Inverness

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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.

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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

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Members of the Highland Council’s south planning applications committee have unanimously refused a planning application for a six-storey, 162-bed hotel in Inverness city centre.

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The category B listed suspension Infirmary footbridge in Inverness which traverses the River Ness between Ness Walk and Ness Bank may need to close for public safety until the Highland Council considers and secures funding for necessary repairs.

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Tulloch Homes has pledged to create and safeguard jobs and boost hard-hit suppliers after receiving planning approval for 267 homes in Inverness and Moray. The 155-home development at Druid Temple, Inverness, and the 112-home development at Knockomie, Forres, will represent a combined £70

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Inverness-based joinery business, IBI Joiners, has successfully purchased and refurbished a once-popular food-stop near the city, to create its new HQ thanks to a £255,000 funding package from Royal Bank of Scotland. Founded in 2004 and incorporated in October 2010 IBI Joiners predominantly op

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Highland Council has today awarded the enabling contract for the transformation of Inverness Castle to Compass Building and Construction Services Limited. The enabling contract will start on October 5 and is anticipated to last for one year. The findings of these works will influence the length of t

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