Inverness

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A music venue in Inverness looks set to be demolished to make way for a £30 million hotel. Ironworks in Inverness opened 14 years ago with Biffy Clyro, Babyshambles and The Charlatans among the bands to play there.

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A new early learning and childcare building at Hilton Primary School in Inverness has been completed and handed over to the school by Morgan Sindall. With a capacity for 129 children, the purpose-built facility provides four new ELC classrooms with free flow access to outdoor space, inclusive of a n

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Highland Council has appointed Fairhurst to lead part of the £7.1 million upgrade at Bught Park in Inverness. The firm will construct a new pavilion as well as work on improvements to the existing B-listed wooden grandstand. The contract was worth £72,000.

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The Highland Council has confirmed a start date for the works to reinstate the damaged building on Pumpgate Street in Inverness. Following damage caused by a vehicle collision to the privately owned property in the Merkinch area of Inverness last year, the Council initiated emergency works under Dan

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Planning permission has now been granted for a new active travel route that will connect the National Cycle Network in Inverness between Cradlehall Business Park and Inverness Campus. The works will involve upgrading the current earth-beaten track into a wider, tarmac-surfaced route for active trave

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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

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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

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