Inverness

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A blog on Inverness by the Scottish Cities Alliance featuring The West Link as it opens to traffic and Inverness Airport Business Park's opportunities. A vital piece of infrastructure has opened in Inverness which will boost economic growth and ease congestion.

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George Fraser, chief executive of Tulloch Homes, outside another development in Inverness Proposals for 767 new homes in Inverness look set to be granted planning permission by councillors next week.

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Multi-disciplinary design and engineering company BakerHicks has started work on the full concept design for the new £70 million HMP Highland in Inverness. The initial designs by BakerHicks, which were used to achieve Planning Permission in Principle, are now being developed by their design team to

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Hotel development company Patio Hotels (Aberdeen) is planning to redevelop an office building in the heart of Inverness city centre after buying the property for an undisclosed sum. The firm, which also operates the Kingmills Hotel in Inverness, intends to redevelop the 23,000 sq ft building, former

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Developers are being invited to register their interest in developing a hotel at Inverness Campus. Campus owner, Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE), is promoting a site of around three acres for the development of a business-class hotel with around 120 bedrooms, meeting rooms, bistro, bar and lo

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Work to build Scotland’s first purpose-built justice centre in Inverness is set to start after Highland Council gave the updated design the green light. The Scottish Courts and Tribunals Service (SCTS) submitted plans for an improved design for Inverness Justice Centre in May, with the final d

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Five ambitious active travel proposals from Edinburgh, Glasgow, Stirling and Inverness have been successful in the final judging of the Sustrans Scotland’s Community Links PLUS (CLPLUS) competition. Run by Sustrans and funded by the Scottish Government, the competition delivers pioneering and game

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The Highland Council is planning to install a Hydro Electric Archimedes Screw at Whin Park Lade in Inverness. The 100KW turbine will control the water flow from the River Ness through to Whin Park and will be able to generate 672,529 KWh, which is equivalent to the power for 150 homes.

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Lee Quinn An Inverness-based business which specialises in environmental consultancy has been taken over by a new owner in a five figure deal.

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Plans have been submitted for 67 new homes to help address a “particular need” for affordable housing in Inverness. Joint applicants Redco Slackbuie Ltd, Robertson Partnership Homes and Caledonia Housing Association, want to build the properties and five business or retail units in a field by Sl

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An aerial view of the Longman roundabout Work to improve the well-known Inverness traffic bottleneck took another step forward today after Transport Scotland announced the intention to award a contract to carry out option assessment and design work on the A9/A82 Longman roundabout improvement scheme

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Highland Council has submitted plans to transform the Inverness Museum and Art Gallery (IMAG). Developed in collaboration with Threesixty Architecture and Lightfolio, the proposals will also see the urban environment surrounding the building enhanced to make it safer and more attractive to visitors.

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The demolition of all non-listed buildings at the Inverness College site at Midmills in the city centre is to begin next month to make way for more than 80 retirement homes. Retirement home provider McCarthy & Stone, which acquired the site from Highland Council, will build 45 homes on the vacan

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