Highlands

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Morgan Sindall Construction has successfully completed and handed over 12 of 13 early years centres worth a combined £13 million from the Highland Council, with the final due to be handed over in mid-April. The new early years centres - which were all built using sustainable building mate

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Not-for-profit community organisation Caol Regeneration Company (CRC) has signed a £1 million contract with Gael Force Group Ltd to construct the third and final phase of its £3.5m Thomas Telford Corpach Marina project. It is expected that the entire marina will be commissioned

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Fourteen years after opening an Inverness studio, Threesixty Architecture has taken occupation of its new studio on Academy Street - a unique and contemporary development in the heart of Inverness. Threesixty relocated to Academy Street at the start of 2022. The new studio space, formed by combining

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Concerns have been raised that the proposed National Planning Framework 4 (NPF4) falls short on delivering key regional priorities for Highland and also in achieving Scotland’s transition to net zero. NPF4 will be a long-term plan that will guide spatial development, set out national planning

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The Highland Council has formally extended its long-term relationship with EJ Parker Technical Services by re-appointment to its new Heating Framework for a further three years with an optional two-year extension. The framework is part of the council's commitment to make the highlands an even better

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Design work is rapidly advancing on Glencoe Folk Museum’s £1.3 million lottery-funded redevelopment, which is scheduled to open in 2023. Peter Drummond Architects and exhibition designers Mather & Co are working with staff and the local community to create a vibrant attract

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Five affordable self-build plots on Elizabeth Crescent in Dornoch are seeking budding home-builders. The plots are for sale at £25,000 each by Dornoch & District Community Association (DADCA), following a community asset transfer of land from the Highland Council.

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