The Highland Council has taken possession of thirty new flats at Mart Road in Dingwall that it said will significantly enhance the town centre and provide much needed affordable quality housing in the heart of the Ross-shire town. Re-named ‘Morganti House’ and ‘Ross Buildings&rsquo
The Highland Council has welcomed the family of the late Joe Yates to view the completed housing development in Dingwall that bears his name. Joe Yates Court consists of six new flats for rent by the council, forming part of the Scottish Government’s More Homes newbuild target, and funded by t
The Highland Council is looking forward to welcoming tenants to their new homes in the heart of Dingwall at the recently completed Joe Yates Court development, named after one of the town’s greatest characters. The six, one-bedroom flats have been designed by Trail Architects and local develop
A planned £12.5 million retail and residential development on the site of the former Arnotts department store in Inverness city centre is moving closer to fruition.
With coronavirus restrictions continuing to ease across Scotland, work is set to commence at a brand new residential development of six flats in Dingwall. No.1-6 Joe Yates Court, from local developer Ark Estates, will comprise six one-bedroom flats over three floors, providing much needed affor
Work is set to begin on a major city centre retail and residential development in Inverness after a delay due to the coronavirus crisis.
Ark Estates has revealed plans to knock down the former shop of a homeless charity in Inverness to make way for a new four-storey block of flats.
The completion of a 92-home mixed tenure residential development in Balgate, Kiltarlity, has been marked with the final handover of seven new homes to the Highland Council.
Paula MacPherson and John McHardy from the council's housing team with Cllr Robertson in one of the new 1 bedroom flats overlooking Academy Street A former Citizens Advice Bureaux office in Inverness has been converted into four 1 bedroom flats for rent from the Highland Council.
Gail Matheson, Highland Housing Alliance; Cllr Janet Campbell; Cllr. Bet McAllister; Highland Council leader Cllr Margaret Davidson and minister for local government, housing and planning, Kevin Stewart, at the new homes at Raining's Close The Highland Housing Alliance (HHA) led housing minister Kev
How the completed development will look Onsite building works are underway on 16 new homes and a commercial unit for the Highland Housing Alliance at Inverness’ Raining’s Stairs.
(from left) Gail Matheson, chief executive of Highland Housing Alliance, Steven Paterson, More Homes Division co-ordinator, John McHardy from Highland Council and Willie Gray, managing director of William Gray Construction at the Raining’s Stairs site, Inverness The Highland Housing Alliance (HHA)