Inverness

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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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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.

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An Inverness suburb is gearing up for the opening of £1.5 million of new retail space this month, the property investment development firm behind the project has confirmed. The development in Culduthel, which comprises four units totalling 4,100 sq ft and with 23 parking spaces is expected to

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