The completed biomass plant at Bonar Bridge Primary School, Sutherland A swathe of Highland schools are set for a warm winter after state-of-the-art biomass boilers were fitted to keep pupils warm throughout their studies.
Artist's impression of the Elgin student accommodation development Robertson Northern is nearing completion on two student accommodation developments worth £8.5 million for the University of Highlands and Islands and Cityheart.
Plans to build at least 200 new affordable homes in Fort William are to progress following the award of a £1.2 million grant from the Scottish Government to Lochaber Housing Association. The site will develop a variety of mixed tenure homes for rent and private use, on the Association’s recently
Highland Council has submitted plans to transform the Inverness Museum and Art Gallery (IMAG). Developed in collaboration with Threesixty Architecture and Lightfolio, the proposals will also see the urban environment surrounding the building enhanced to make it safer and more attractive to visitors.
Two directors of a groundworks company in the Highlands have been banned from running or controlling any further companies after failing to properly keep their accounts in order. Inverness Sherriff Court has handed an eight year disqualification to Donald Cameron (37), while his fellow director Stev
Plans have been approved for the construction of apartments and cottages within the grounds of Dornoch’s Royal Golf Hotel. Working alongside Dornoch Development Ltd and Lippe Architects, Kirkwood Homes is to deliver two apartment blocks each housing twelve, two bedroom apartments as well as four a
The Scottish Government and Highland Council have given approval for a £500 million development by Hazledene Inverness which will feature 1,500 homes, surrounding a new town centre with retail, leisure and community facilities. Minister for local government & housing, Kevin Stewart MSP, visited
The Scottish Courts and Tribunals Service (SCTS) said it has improved the designs of its proposed Inverness Justice Centre as the plans are set to be unveiled to the public. Designed by Reiach & Hall Architects, the two-storey justice centre is to be developed on the site of a former bus depot b
Commercial property specialist Colliers International has prepared and lodged a Planning Permission in Principle (PPP) application for the first new prison in the Highlands of Scotland for more than a century. The new HMP Highland will replace the 112-year-old HMP Inverness Prison, located in the ci
Work on a £3 million leisure centre refurbishment project in the Highlands is now complete. The scheme at Thurso Leisure Centre was carried out by Pick Everard, Leslie Hutt Architects and O'Brien Construction on behalf of the local authority.
Plans have been submitted to Highland Council to build a dairy in a Wester Ross village. Revised proposals lodged by the Lochcarron Community Development Company feature a dairy, a retail area and cafe, along with parking for 30 vehicles at Ribhuachan.
An architecture practice from Skye has unveiled plans to more than double in size as it hopes to “give value to Highland architecture”. Dualchas Architects, formed in 1996 by twin brothers Alasdair and Neil Stephen, is celebrating its 21st anniversary with a rebrand that its founders hope will e