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The Highland Council has written to parents and carers of pupils at two Inverness schools to inform them of emergency works to the buildings that have been reported as having reinforced autoclaved aerated concrete (RAAC) structures. Charleston Academy in Inverness and Nairn Academy were recentl

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Investigation works to inform the final design and costs of upgrading flood defences at Dingwall Business Park are set to get underway in the coming weeks. Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) submitted a planning application in May for the upgrade of the existing perimeter bund of approximately 1

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Network Rail has submitted an application for listed building consent to Highland Council to carry out temporary repairs on the Glenfinnan viaduct.

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With work on the Caol and Lochyside Flood Protection Scheme in Lochaber near completion, the chair of the Highland Council’s Economy and Infrastructure Committee has praised the work of staff leading on the major project. The work will provide protection to around 300 homes in a coastal commun

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Glasgow-based energy services firm Union Technical has commenced work to retrofit 18 homes in Skye in a bid to help address the island’s ongoing housing crisis. Work has begun on a £540,000 upgrade of the 18 terraced and semi-detached bungalows at Shulishader Beag in Portree, which were

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A project manager from Inverness has been recognised for his proven dedication and making their mark as one of the best in the UK after winning a top housing industry award. Kevin Benstead, who works for Robertson Homes on its Torvean development in Inverness, is celebrating having received a Qualit

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Inverlochy Castle Management International (ICMI) has extended its management agreement with Crossbasket Castle, helping support the five-star hotel as it undergoes an ambitious £15 million expansion. ICMI, which manages a global portfolio of properties, has overseen the management of the awar

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Members of the Highland Council's Caithness Committee have agreed to transfer two community assets – one in Wick and one in Thrumster - to allow local groups to press ahead with exciting redevelopment plans. At the meeting held yesterday, councillors approved to pass ownership of Loch Street g

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