The former Arnotts building on Union Street in Inverness has been transformed into high-quality flats across four storeys, which will help to address the demand for rental properties in the city.
Inverness And Highland City-Region Deal
The history of 51-53 Castle Street in Inverness is being celebrated after the sympathetic restoration of the building was completed to create eight new homes and a new commercial unit for the city centre.
Members at The Highland Council's Economy and Infrastructure Committee noted the significant progress which has been made on the Inverness and Highland City-Region Deal despite the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic and Brexit. The annual report for 2020/21, published on Highland Council&rsqu
A turf cutting ceremony was held at Inverness Campus this week as Robertson Construction Northern started work on a new £9 million life sciences innovation centre. Designed by Austin-Smith: Lord, the 2500m² building will provide facilities for businesses to work collaboratively with acade
Robertson Construction Northern is set to begin work on a major new development on Inverness Campus. Following an open public tender process, the company was awarded a £9 million contract to build a 2500m² life sciences innovation centre, which was designed by Austin-Smith: Lord.
The Highland Council has published the main construction contract for the Inverness Castle transformation on the procurement website Public Contracts Scotland (PCS). The contract signals the next stage in the transformation of Inverness Castle to become a tourism gateway for the Highlands.
A vital stage of the West Link project in Inverness swung into place yesterday with the opening of the new Torvean Bridge. The swing bridge opening represents a core element of the transformational West Link Project which is now drawing towards its conclusion.
Planning permission has been granted for ten specially-designed assisted homes in Nairn to provide accommodation for tenants with various medical needs. The 'FitHomes' development allows residents to be supported while maintaining their independence.
The original formal entrance of Inverness Castle has been revealed this week for the first time in almost 50 years, as part of the transformation of the building to create a gateway for Highland tourism.
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
New images of how the buildings at Inverness Castle may be transformed have been released as the site is developed into a new visitor attraction. LDN Architects' proposals for the castle’s transformation will include the creation of a one storey building to link the two towers of the castle an
The Highland Council has completed the purchase of the South Tower of Inverness Castle, paving the way for the next stage of the building’s transformation into a visitor attraction. The transformation of the Castle is supported by a £15 million Scottish Government investment through the
The ground has officially been broken on a substantial new residential development delivered by Highland Housing Alliance in partnership with Cairn Housing Association in the picturesque harbour village of Avoch on the Moray Firth. (from left) Mhairi Ross Grey (Scottish Government), Jason MacGilp (C
Progress in the redevelopment of Inverness Castle has been marked with the announcement of a contract awarded to the architect for the project.
(from left) UK government minister Andrew Dunlop, Highland Council leader Margaret Davidson and economy secretary Kieth Brown The £315 million Inverness and Highland City-Region Deal was formally signed yesterday, paving the way for the release of funding for three business cases.