The Highland Council has submitted a report to Visit Scotland that outlines priority infrastructure improvements at key tourist sites across the region and the future process proposed to deliver several of the actions detailed in the plan.
Planning permission has been granted for the first phase of a housing development on the outskirts of Inverness.
The Highland Council is to invest £1.074 million into carrying out improvements to its housing stock in Caithness over the next 12 months. At a meeting of the Caithness committee, councillors agreed a one-year Housing Revenue Account Capital Programme that will see £940,000 spent on main
A community hospital in Aviemore is the latest hospital fit-out contract to be delivered by Dunfermline-based healthcare furniture specialist Deanestor.
Balfour Beatty has been awarded the contract for the First Stage of the Scottish Prison Service’s (SPS) project for the design and construction of HMP Highland, designed by the design, engineering and project delivery company, BakerHicks.
A masterplan to create approximately 400 homes and a commercial opportunity in Milton of Leys has been outlined. Property group Park Lane, acting on behalf of site-owner Hazledene, and not-for-profit developer HHA have submitted a proposal of application notice (PAN) to Highland Council demonstratin
Highland councillors have expressed concerns that the Scottish Government’s new national planning strategy and policies could fall short on delivering regional priorities for the region and in achieving Scotland’s transition to net zero.
Dunnet Bay Distillers has submitted plans to transform a 200-year-old mill into a destination whisky distillery.
Two Highland construction firms have joined forces for the benefit of the community at Milton of Leys Primary School in Inverness. Morrison Construction and Tulloch Homes agreed to contribute £5,000 to the school which will be spent towards developing the playground.
New archaeological discoveries from the Battle of Culloden could potentially be unearthed due to work to build a new school.
The community-led development of five homes and five self-build plots on Raasay has been granted full planning permission. Raasay Development Trust (RDT) is leading the project in the main village of Inverarish with support from the Communities Housing Trust (CHT).
The Scottish Government, SP Energy Networks and Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) Distribution have launched a trial called Project Re-Heat to decarbonise homes in Highland and across Scotland. The industry-first project will trial how electricity networks can respond to the increase
The Highland Council has approved plans for 93 new homes in Cromlet, Invergordon.
A disused school and schoolhouse in Glendale, Skye has received a grant of over £47,000 from the Scottish Government’s Rural Communities in Action Fund to undertake further feasibility, design and development work. The community-led project to renovate the school and schoolhouse into 5-6
Pupils at Bun-Sgoil Shlèite in Skye have been enjoying their brand new nursery building, and outdoor learning shelter courtesy of James MacQueen Building Contractors and R.HOUSE.