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Construction work to deliver 140 new homes in the Highland village of Evanton is to begin shortly following the appointment of a building contractor. Compass Building has won the contract to build the development at Thomas Maciver Street.

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Statutory applications for the planned transformation for Inverness Castle to become a tourism gateway for the region have now been lodged with the Highland Council. Submitted by project architects LDN Architects, the applications for listed building consent and building warrant approval are in prep

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Highland councillors have agreed to raise a Compulsory Purchase Order (CPO) to acquire the Struan House Hotel in Carrbridge to develop the land into much needed affordable housing. The Order, which is to be applied for under Sections 9 and 10 of the Housing (Scotland) Act 1987, will see the council

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Badenoch and Strathspey is poised for a triple housing bonus in 2021 with Tulloch Homes beginning work on more than 200 new homes. The developments at Aviemore, Newtonmore and Carrbridge will see a springtime start to infrastructure and construction activity, sparking a record Tulloch investment in

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GL Roofing Architectural and Cladding Systems has been awarded the roof and wall cladding contract for Phase 5a & 5b of the affordable housing development project, delivered by Albyn Housing Society, in Alness, Ross-Shire.

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A Highland councillor has issued a plea to people obsessed with notorious occultist Aleister Crowley not to spoil the restoration of his former house after the project was given the green light. Two applications relating to Boleskine House, overlooking Loch Ness, were yesterday approved by

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Aberdeenshire-based Bancon Construction has secured a batch of new contracts valued at more than £25 million, paving the way for continued growth into 2021. The new business will see the company working in Aberdeen, Dundee, Nairn and Inverness, following Bancon’s first contract win in th

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Members of the Highland Council’s south planning applications committee have unanimously refused a planning application for a six-storey, 162-bed hotel in Inverness city centre.

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