Inverness

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ScotRail Alliance has appointed a design team to work on a new look for Inverness Station prior to tenders for the construction work being invited in autumn 2017. Mott Macdonald will produce detailed designs around how the station’s frontage, forecourt and concourse will look when the £6 million

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George Fraser, chief executive of Tulloch Homes outside a development in Inverness Tulloch Homes has unveiled a £250 million vision to build 800 new homes in Inverness on land near the West Link road project.

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Kirkwood Homes managing director Colin Crombie (left) and Graham Fiddes BOS relationship manager in front of a Kirkwood site Aberdeen-based housebuilder Kirkwood Homes has announced plans to acquire six new sites in 2017 as it expands its operations to Inverness and Dundee.

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Plans for a major new Inverness development consisting of 60 new homes and a family restaurant have been granted approval by councillors. Aberdeen-based developer Kirkwood Homes and Tweed Estates applied to build the homes on land close to the city’s Asda supermarket at Slackbuie. A quarter of the

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Architectural practice Sheppard Robson has announced the completion of an office, academic, business and research hub in Inverness for the University of the Highlands and Islands (UHI). An Lòchran Enterprise & Research Centre is located on Plot 10 on the Inverness Campus, a major educational an

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A potential site is being considered for a new justice centre in Inverness after plans to develop another location were dropped. The former Stagecoach depot in Burnett Road could be transformed into a facility with new courts and offices, replacing the existing premises at Inverness Castle.

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A new multi-million pound micro-brewery and visitor attraction for Inverness has been given the green light. Councillors were asked to approve revised plans for the Glen Mhor Hotel on the city’s riverside after the owners were initially refused permission in October last year for their plans to de

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Councillors have been asked to approve revised plans for a multi-million pound brewery and visitor attraction in the centre of Inverness. The owners of the Glen Mhor Hotel on the city’s riverside were refused permission in October last year for their plans to demolish a bar to incorporate the Coli

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Head boy Marlon Hall and head girl Samantha Fraser with (from left) Gordon Piper (dept head teacher), Robin Fyfe (acting head teacher), hub North Scotland Ltd chief exec Angus MacFarlane, Cllr Drew Millar, Donald Mclachan, Morrison Construction and Cllr Norrie Donald. A topping out ceremony has been

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Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) has opened the doors to a new £2.2 million facility for life sciences companies on the 215 acre Inverness Campus site. Designed to encourage collaboration between research and industry, the BREEAM Excellent rated premises has been delivered with the flexibilit

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Fresh plans have been submitted for a multi-million pound brewery and visitor attraction in the centre of Inverness. Issues including parking and the proposed scale of the development saw initial plans turned down in October last year.

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