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The Goathill Development Project has been presented with the Clinician’s Choice Award at the Building Better Healthcare awards.

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A meeting was held in Stornoway on Tuesday 29th August to bring together local public sector representatives and the renewable energy development community to explore key issues and identify areas of collaboration over the next period. Over the next years SSEN Transmission will deliver the HVDC inte

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A decision by Comhairle nan Eilean Siar to approve plans for a spaceport in the Hebrides will stand after Scottish Ministers decided not to call in the application.

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Ceremonies were held on Isle of Lewis as Hebridean Housing Partnership (HHP) opened five new homes. Four properties have been delivered at Leana Ruadh, Timsgarry and one at Eireastadh following the conversion of the care unit. All homes have three bedrooms providing opportunities for young fami

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The final phase of a development project in Goathill reached a significant milestone recently with the completion of the care home and housing with extra care facilities, both constructed by McLaughlin & Harvey.

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Six local authorities have been confirmed for the Key Agencies Group collaborative support offer following today’s release of the new Scottish Government guidance for producing Local Development Plans (LDPs). Pilot work on the Collaborative Local Development Plan Offer will be taken forward wi

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Plans to transform the Western Isles into a world-leading hub for clean energy production are to take a leap forward with the support of a match-funded grant from the Scottish Government’s Hydrogen Innovation Scheme’s Emerging Energy Technologies Fund, worth £1.129 million. In a ma

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A project to restore a community-owned 19th century mill on the Isle of Lewis has been awarded funding from Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE). The Garrabost Mill was built in 1893 and was in the ownership of the Morrison family for more than a century as commercial operation, milling barley and

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The CITB has awarded a total of £1.3 million to two projects that will directly help address the construction industry’s skills gap and increase employment retention across the Highlands and Islands. Providing vital support to new starters at the beginning of their construction care

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A new housing development launched by Hebridean Housing Partnership (HHP) was officially opened on Thursday 11 August. Johnstone Court in Balivanich was named after Donald John Johnstone, a popular and well-respected taxi driver. The development was opened by his sister, Agnes Johnstone.

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Comhairle nan Eilean Siar has agreed to confirm a major investment of £1.95 million into a new sports and recreation facility at Stornoway Primary School. The funding will secure the provision of a large sports hall, proposed to be four badminton courts in size, with associated storage and cha

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