Inverness

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Highland Council has appointed Morgan Sindall to carry out a £4 million extension and refurbishment contract for Smithton Primary School in Inverness. Enabling works started in April, comprising the installation of decant accommodation, additional car parking and associated external works. These ha

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Inverness Airport has been identified as the preferred location for a proposed remote towers control centre for seven regional airports. Highlands and Islands Airports Limited (HIAL) said a scoping study from consultants Ekos, setting out why Inverness should be the preferred location, has been acce

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A major planning document set to shape the growth of Inverness has been approved by councillors. The Inverness East Development Brief identifies land for new facilities including a district park, sports facilities at Inverness Campus, a new urban centre, two new primary schools and a high school, an

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Morrison Construction has won a £6.2 million contract to deliver the final phase of the Smithton and Culloden Flood Protection Scheme in Inverness. The development aims to protect 129 properties in Smithton and Culloden which are at risk of flooding during a 'once-in-200-years' event. Significant f

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New plans have been unveiled for a new road in Inverness linking the A9 and A96 trunk roads which developers say will provide enhanced facilities for road users, cyclists and pedestrians. A 3 metre shared surface is planned for both sides of the carriageway while a dedicated cycleway and separate fo

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Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) is inviting tenders to design and build a new bridge linking the north end of Inverness Campus with the Inverness retail and business park. The bridge will cross the main Inverness-Perth railway line and enable access for pedestrians, cyclists and buses to and

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Plans lodged by Capital Developments in December last year Highland councillors have approved proposals for the redevelopment of a vacant corner block in Inverness into a modern retail and residential building.

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Collapsed Inverness housebuilder Roy Homes owed more than £1 million to creditors when it ceased trading in January 2017, it has emerged. The self-build home business and its sister company Roy Homes Timber Frame Ltd ceased trading last year with the loss of 17 jobs.

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Work has begun on Scotland’s first purpose-built justice centre in Inverness due to be completed late 2019. As well as providing modern court and tribunals facilities, a range of justice and support organisations will be based in the centre providing integrated facilities for victims, witnesse

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Robertson Northern has been appointed to construct a new £4.5 million building on Inverness Campus to support growth in life sciences and technology sectors. Inverness Campus developer Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) has commissioned the firm to build the new 2460 m2 facility. It will be cal

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Robertson Homes has extended its presence in Inverness with the launch of three new developments in the city. In a major expansion of its profile in the Highlands, the company is to build more than 180 new homes at Ness Castle, Great Glen Heights and Great Glen Hall.

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An Inverness hospital which had to postpone a number of operations due to dust contamination in its theatres has ruled out recent construction work as the cause. Floors of the theatres in the main theatre complex at Raigmore Hospital were found to be contaminated by dust resulting in a number of pos

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Work is underway on a “game-changing” transformation of former Inverness school buildings to give the Highlands its first creative hub. The initial £1.2 million project is the first phase of a wider £5.7m scheme to transform the Midmills buildings (once part of the Inverness Royal Academy and

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Capital Developments Ltd has submitted a planning application for a new residential and commercial development in Inverness in partnership with the Highland Housing Alliance and the Highland Council. The development at 79 Academy Street will add to the regeneration of a gateway to the city centre to

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