Highland Council

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The Highland Council wants to hear the views of residents, visitors, interested groups and organisations on the council’s short-term let draft policy statement and proposed additional conditions for a licence. Earlier this year the Scottish Parliament approved legislation to introduce a new li

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The Highland Council is now accepting expressions of interest for the Regeneration Capital Grant Fund for 2023-2024.  The fund, which is delivered in partnership with the Scottish Government, supports locally developed regeneration projects for communities, helping with job creation and support

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Concerns have been raised that the proposed National Planning Framework 4 (NPF4) falls short on delivering key regional priorities for Highland and also in achieving Scotland’s transition to net zero. NPF4 will be a long-term plan that will guide spatial development, set out national planning

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The Highland Council has formally extended its long-term relationship with EJ Parker Technical Services by re-appointment to its new Heating Framework for a further three years with an optional two-year extension. The framework is part of the council's commitment to make the highlands an even better

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Five affordable self-build plots on Elizabeth Crescent in Dornoch are seeking budding home-builders. The plots are for sale at £25,000 each by Dornoch & District Community Association (DADCA), following a community asset transfer of land from the Highland Council.

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The Highland Council has agreed £10 million additional investment in 2022-23 as part of a collaborative budget and an ambitious Health and Prosperity Strategy for the Highlands, aiming to secure medium-term financial sustainability for the council. The agreed budget will see £5.5m additi

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At the meeting of the Highland Council's Sutherland Area Committee, members agreed a one-year Housing Revenue Account Capital Programme that will see £533,000 spent on projects to improve Sutherland Council homes over 2022/23. The HRA Capital Programme 2022-23 has been developed in line with t

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Householders in Inverness who meet the eligibility criteria for the Inverness Common Good Fund’s Winter Payment Scheme are to benefit from a one-off extension to the scheme and an increased payment. Members of the Highland Council’s City of Inverness Area Committee have agreed to extend

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The Highland Council is to invest £1.074 million into carrying out improvements to its housing stock in Caithness over the next 12 months. At a meeting of the Caithness committee, councillors agreed a one-year Housing Revenue Account Capital Programme that will see £940,000 spent on main

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