Highlands

46-60 of 586 Articles
Clock icon 5 minutes

Construction work to transform Inverness Castle into a new world class visitor attraction has moved a step closer following the issue of the main construction contract to Bancon Construction Ltd. The Highland Council, as announced by Kate Forbes, cabinet secretary for finance and the economy, during

Clock icon 2 minutes

Public views are now being sought regarding a masterplan to create approximately 400 homes and a commercial opportunity in Milton of Leys. A planning application is being brought forward by Hazledene Ltd, Park Lane and Highland Housing Alliance to develop the currently vacant 25.2-acre site.

Clock icon 2 minutes

A new nursery building at Ardgour Primary School has been completed and handed over to the school. Councillor John Finlayson, education chair at the Highland Council, said: “It is great news that the brand-new building for ELC provision at Ardgour Primary School has now been handed over to the

Clock icon 2 minutes

The Highland Council is set to consider an additional £5.5 million investment in the region's roads infrastructure as part of its collaborative £10m investment plan for 2022-23. The additional £5.5m proposed is on top of £25.5m already agreed for roads in recent months, and w

Clock icon 3 minutes

The Highland Council is to invest £1.074 million into carrying out improvements to its housing stock in Caithness over the next 12 months. At a meeting of the Caithness committee, councillors agreed a one-year Housing Revenue Account Capital Programme that will see £940,000 spent on main

Clock icon 4 minutes

Balfour Beatty has been awarded the contract for the First Stage of the Scottish Prison Service’s (SPS) project for the design and construction of HMP Highland, designed by the design, engineering and project delivery company, BakerHicks.

Clock icon 2 minutes

A masterplan to create approximately 400 homes and a commercial opportunity in Milton of Leys has been outlined. Property group Park Lane, acting on behalf of site-owner Hazledene, and not-for-profit developer HHA have submitted a proposal of application notice (PAN) to Highland Council demonstratin

Clock icon 3 minutes

Two Highland construction firms have joined forces for the benefit of the community at Milton of Leys Primary School in Inverness. Morrison Construction and Tulloch Homes agreed to contribute £5,000 to the school which will be spent towards developing the playground.

46-60 of 586 Articles