New images of how the buildings at Inverness Castle may be transformed have been released as the site is developed into a new visitor attraction. LDN Architects' proposals for the castle’s transformation will include the creation of a one storey building to link the two towers of the castle an
Rose Street Foundry in Inverness, the former home to AI Welders, has reopened as a bar following significant public and private investment. Originally opened in March, just days before the implementation of lockdown restrictions, the team is now cautiously welcoming the first customers.
A project to save one of the oldest buildings in Inverness and bring it back into meaningful use will commence next month. (from left) Gail Matheson (HHA chief executive) The Provost of Inverness Helen Carmichael, Claire Dolan (HHA development officer) and Thom Macleod (managing director of Compass
The Highland Council has completed the purchase of the South Tower of Inverness Castle, paving the way for the next stage of the building’s transformation into a visitor attraction. The transformation of the Castle is supported by a £15 million Scottish Government investment through the
Inverness is celebrating a major milestone in its digital transformation with work now well underway to build a future-proof full fibre network to reach almost every home and business in the city thanks to CityFibre.
Work has restarted on building critical digital infrastructure in Inverness with NHS sites such as Raigmore Hospital being treated as a priority due to coronavirus. Construction activity initially began in autumn last year but was put on hold at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. With the approval