Members of Highland Council’s Economy & Infrastructure Committee have agreed two reports that relate to developer contributions and the next steps for the preparation of a new style Development Plan for the region. One of the reports confirmed how a new Development Plan aims to represent a
Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) has received £11 million in an out-of-court settlement relating to the original design and construction of the Cairngorm funicular railway in the 1990s and early 2000s and guarantees in place with the previous operator.
The Highland Council has made a formal request to the Scottish Government for an extension to the operational date for the new Nairn Academy building. One of the conditions of Phase 2 of the Scottish Government’s Learning Estate Investment Programme (LEIP) funding award is that the buildi
Marine and land investigations are underway to inform proposals for a major upgrade of Kishorn Port in Wester Ross. Owner operator Kishorn Port Limited (KPL) has engaged specialist contractors for phase one of the £2.4 million project, after securing a £500,000 investment from Highlands
The Highland Council has written to parents and carers of pupils at two Inverness schools to inform them of emergency works to the buildings that have been reported as having reinforced autoclaved aerated concrete (RAAC) structures. Charleston Academy in Inverness and Nairn Academy were recentl
Investigation works to inform the final design and costs of upgrading flood defences at Dingwall Business Park are set to get underway in the coming weeks. Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) submitted a planning application in May for the upgrade of the existing perimeter bund of approximately 1
With work on the Caol and Lochyside Flood Protection Scheme in Lochaber near completion, the chair of the Highland Council’s Economy and Infrastructure Committee has praised the work of staff leading on the major project. The work will provide protection to around 300 homes in a coastal commun