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Morgan Sindall Construction has successfully completed and handed over 13 early years centres worth a combined £13 million for Highland Council.  The new early years centres - which were all built using sustainable building materials and methods – include Ardersier, Bridgend, Obsdal

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Highland Council has appointed Fairhurst to lead part of the £7.1 million upgrade at Bught Park in Inverness. The firm will construct a new pavilion as well as work on improvements to the existing B-listed wooden grandstand. The contract was worth £72,000.

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The Port of Nigg has unveiled its new East Quay, which, at 225m long and 50m wide, increases the leading port facility’s deep water quayside capacity to over 1,200m - placing it amongst the largest in the country.

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Members have agreed to progress to the next stage of awarding the contract for the building of the new Tain 3-18 Campus. Rising costs as a result of global and national circumstances have impacted on construction projects across the UK in recent weeks and months and Members considered proposals to m

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A 17th-century turfhouse has been recreated using traditional materials, tools and techniques in Glencoe. The turf, wattle and thatch structure was erected by a team of skilled craftspeople in 2021. It has the same footprint as one of the late 17th-century dwellings excavated by conservation charity

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The Highland Council has confirmed a start date for the works to reinstate the damaged building on Pumpgate Street in Inverness. Following damage caused by a vehicle collision to the privately owned property in the Merkinch area of Inverness last year, the Council initiated emergency works under Dan

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FW2040, the Masterplan and Delivery Programme for Fort William and Lochaber, has taken a significant step forward with the appointment of its first dedicated project manager. Martin Culbertson has been appointed and will co-ordinate its overall delivery, help support and develop individual projects,

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Planning permission has now been granted for a new active travel route that will connect the National Cycle Network in Inverness between Cradlehall Business Park and Inverness Campus. The works will involve upgrading the current earth-beaten track into a wider, tarmac-surfaced route for active trave

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More than £2.5 billion of new private sector investment in the UK’s vital green energy sector is at stake as ministers choose the locations for two Scottish Green Freeports this summer, according to Opportunity Cromarty Firth (OCF), the consortium bidding to win the status for the S

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