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Work has almost been completed on ten new homes across two sites in Carnoustie and Inverness for Houses for Heroes Scotland. The developments are shortly to be handed over to charity Scottish Veterans Garden City Association (SVGCA) and will soon be occupied by veterans. Both projects are being deli

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Option C for the Longman junction The emerging findings of a major study looking at a range of options to help tackle congestion, improve accessibility and support future planned development along the A96 in Inverness has recommended that the Longman roundabout should be grade-separated.

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Inverness Castle Progress on the preparations being made for two projects valued at £3 million for the City of Inverness and Highland regional economy has been welcomed by members of the Highland Council’s city of Inverness area committee.

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Wick Community Campus (pic from Ryder Architecture) Wick Community Campus has been hailed as one of the best educational developments in Europe after judges awarded hub North Scotland a prestigious prize at an international awards ceremony.

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Pupils in West Lothian and Highland secondary schools are set to benefit from a new foundation apprenticeship in construction which has been launched at the new Forth crossing. The Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) and Skills Development Scotland have been working with local employers, sch

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More construction apprenticeships will be available for young people in the Highlands thanks to a ground breaking scheme, launched in Inverness today. The Shared Apprenticeship Scheme (SAS) is a partnership between the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB), the Highland Council and local const

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Graham Construction has been appointed the main contractor to refurbish the critical care and theatre suites at the biggest hospital in the Highlands. The original building at Raigmore Hospital in Inverness was constructed in 1980.

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The Highland Council is to proceed with its proposal to establish a £45 million school campus in Tain after the Scottish Government decided not to call in the development. Separate proposals to close four schools on Skye and replace them with a new building on one of the sites is still to be decide

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Highland Council has now given the go-ahead to plans by the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) for a nuclear archive at Wick in Scotland. Planning permission for the Reiach and Hall Architects-designed facility was granted this week by the North Planning Committee meeting at Dingwall, following

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Reiach and Hall Architects have unveiled designs for the proposed £20 million nuclear archive in Wick as the development is recommended for approval by councillors. The Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) building will house records from all the civil nuclear sites in the UK and will also store

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