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Forth Ports has been granted Listed Building Consent by the City of Edinburgh Council to fully repair the Category A Listed Victoria Swing Bridge located at the Port of Leith to conserve the bridge for the future and create a useable space for the local community. The private six-figure investment w

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Forth Ports has today announced plans to fully repair the Category A-Listed Victoria Swing Bridge located at the Port of Leith to conserve the bridge for the future and create a useable space for the local community. The private six-figure investment will see the bridge, which is the largest counter

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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

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Women in Property Highlands & Islands has announced Pinny Muir as regional head of the property and construction industry influencer and networking organisation.  Pinny, who has been a member of Women in Property for two years, is an associate architect with LDN Architects based in For

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The Highland Council has published the main construction contract for the Inverness Castle transformation on the procurement website Public Contracts Scotland (PCS). The contract signals the next stage in the transformation of Inverness Castle to become a tourism gateway for the Highlands.

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The Highland Council has today granted approval for a planning application that will see the transformation of Inverness Castle to become a tourism gateway for the region. The application covered the works necessary to restore the Category A Listed building and convert it for use as a new visit

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Landscaping proposals for the Inverness Castle development have now been lodged with the Highland Council as part of the statutory applications for the planned transformation for Inverness Castle to become a tourism gateway for the Highlands.

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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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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

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Works will be restarting on council house build projects throughout the Highlands and the restoration of two iconic buildings following Scottish Government guidance on returning to construction sites in Scotland, the local authority has confirmed.

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Highland Council has decided not to proceed with a new affordable housing project adjacent to the Merkinch Nature Reserve amid concerns from the community. The local authority had proposed to build 35 homes in the recreational field behind the Merkinch Nature Reserve and Carnarc Crescent in Invernes

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