Tulloch Homes has submitted a proposal of application notice to build a development of 1,200 homes, shops and a new primary school at the site of Druid Temple Farm and Welltown of Leys in Inverness.
Fourteen years after opening an Inverness studio, Threesixty Architecture has taken occupation of its new studio on Academy Street - a unique and contemporary development in the heart of Inverness. Threesixty relocated to Academy Street at the start of 2022. The new studio space, formed by combining
Network Rail engineers have completed a £7 million project to improve the West Highland Line as new images have been released showing further progress on the new Inverness Airport station.
Concerns have been raised that the proposed National Planning Framework 4 (NPF4) falls short on delivering key regional priorities for Highland and also in achieving Scotland’s transition to net zero. NPF4 will be a long-term plan that will guide spatial development, set out national planning
The Highland Council has formally extended its long-term relationship with EJ Parker Technical Services by re-appointment to its new Heating Framework for a further three years with an optional two-year extension. The framework is part of the council's commitment to make the highlands an even better
Construction work to deliver a new primary school in Inverness has been delayed by up to four weeks and may not be ready for the new school session in August.
The Highland Council's redevelopment of the Meiklefield area of Dingwall has progressed to the planning stage with the submission of an application for 117 new homes.
Design work is rapidly advancing on Glencoe Folk Museum’s £1.3 million lottery-funded redevelopment, which is scheduled to open in 2023. Peter Drummond Architects and exhibition designers Mather & Co are working with staff and the local community to create a vibrant attract
Five affordable self-build plots on Elizabeth Crescent in Dornoch are seeking budding home-builders. The plots are for sale at £25,000 each by Dornoch & District Community Association (DADCA), following a community asset transfer of land from the Highland Council.
Construction work to transform Inverness Castle into a new world class visitor attraction has moved a step closer following the issue of the main construction contract to Bancon Construction Ltd. The Highland Council, as announced by Kate Forbes, cabinet secretary for finance and the economy, during
Public views are now being sought regarding a masterplan to create approximately 400 homes and a commercial opportunity in Milton of Leys. A planning application is being brought forward by Hazledene Ltd, Park Lane and Highland Housing Alliance to develop the currently vacant 25.2-acre site.
A new nursery building at Ardgour Primary School has been completed and handed over to the school. Councillor John Finlayson, education chair at the Highland Council, said: “It is great news that the brand-new building for ELC provision at Ardgour Primary School has now been handed over to the
As work continues to create the £14 million Inverness Airport station, transport minister Jenny Gilruth visited the site to see first-hand the progress that has been made.
The Highland Council is set to consider an additional £5.5 million investment in the region's roads infrastructure as part of its collaborative £10m investment plan for 2022-23. The additional £5.5m proposed is on top of £25.5m already agreed for roads in recent months, and w
Work has begun on a new £23.94 million affordable housing development in Upper Achintore, Fort William.