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The staff and pupils of Grantown Primary School celebrated the completion of works at their newly refurbished school. The project was managed by the Highland Council’s in-house Property Team who oversaw a number of internal and external improvement works to both buildings. Works to the main sc

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In a joint initiative by the Highland Council, Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE), and the Lochaber Chamber of Commerce, a transformative dynamic masterplan for the future of Fort William's town centre has been created with the next steps involving a series of public engagements events being he

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At the Struan development (from left) Front: Cllr John Bruce, B&S chair, Cllr Russell Jones, Cllr Muriel Cockburn, convener THC, Cllr Bill Loban, Compass - Paul Cowie. Back: Angela Matheson (THC project manager), THC - Faye Dyer, Compass - Peter Hunter, Robert Tewnion (Image credit: Th

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The land acquisition for the new site for St Clements School in Dingwall has concluded, the Highland Council has confirmed. The purchase of the site was included in the one-year Capital Programme approved in March 2023.

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Burns & McDonnell has been awarded an engineer-procure-construct (EPC) contract for the Errochty Grid Supply Point (GSP) project by SSEN Transmission. The development of the Errochty substation will see the installation of new transformers and will renew and modernise the transmission and distri

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UK-based orbital launch services company Orbex is inviting the local community to participate in a series of consultation meetings regarding proposed changes to its spaceport in Sutherland. The sessions follow the submission of a Proposal of Application Notice (PoAN) to the Highland Council on 2nd N

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Property group Hazledene and not-for-profit developer HHA have secured planning permission from The Highland Council to deliver a mixed-use development in Milton of Leys, near Inverness. Located to the south of the city, the 25.2-acre development is near the A9 interchange and has been managed by Gl

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A Highland cottage once owned by disgraced television presenter Jimmy Savile could finally be demolished under fresh plans to replace the building with a new home. Allt-Na-Reigh near Ballachullish in Glencoe has been subjected to continued vandalism despite also being the previous home of mount

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