Part of the Draft Inverness City Centre Masterplan discussed last week during the Highland Council's city of Inverness area committee has highlighted the provision of more quality homes within the city centre.
Inverness councillors have agreed to take forward the ambition to construct major new sports facilities on the east of the city and approved the removal of Drakies Link Road from the ongoing Inshes Junction Improvements.
Network Rail will shortly demolish the existing bridge under the Highland Mainline railway at Lynebeg, near Inverness, and replace it with a new structure. It is part of the advance works for the A9 Dualling: Tomatin to Moy project. Continuous 24-hour working from 23.20 Friday 26 until 05.40 Tuesday
The third and final phase of the Inshes District Park main path infrastructure in Inverness has been completed and is now open to the public. The £358K contract which forms part of the third phase of development at Inshes District Park was awarded to Pat Munro Ltd of Alness and work began on s
Parklands Care Homes, an independent Scottish care provider operating across Highland and Moray, has worked with Triodos Bank UK to secure £20 million of sustainable finance for its nine existing homes, as well as a new multi-million-pound care project in Inverness. Construction on the new 58-
The transformation of Inverness Castle into a tourism gateway for the Highlands made further progress this week with the submission for a planning application for new external lighting. Aiming to improve the visitor experience and safety, whilst illuminating the Highland capital’s archite
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
An Inverness hotel is to pioneer a new £2.5 million low carbon heating innovation which could pave the way for future decarbonisation of the gas grid in the Highland capital and further afield. In what will be a Scottish first, The Glen Mhor Hotel has commenced construction on an emerging syst