Highland Council

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Retiring Steve Barron was presented with a Quaich Retiring Highland Council chief executive Steve Barron received tributes from councillors across the chamber yesterday as he attended his final meeting of the council.

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(from left) Cllr Bill Lobban, Lorna Cottam, Cllr Muriel Cockburn with Della and Tavish (front) Highland Council has taken delivery of 10 new houses in Grantown on Spey and this week local councillors Bill Lobban and Muriel Cockburn paid a visit to welcome Lorna Cottam and her two children to their n

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The Highland Council has adopted a new Local Development Plan for Caithness and Sutherland. The Caithness and Sutherland Local Development Plan (CaSPlan) will replace the previous plans and will immediately be used to guide decisions on planning applications.

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A new hospital, up to 250 houses, a science academy, community and commercial buildings could be constructed in Fort William under new proposals submitted by Highland Council. The local authority is seeking planning permission in principle for its masterplan for land north east of Blar Mhor Industri

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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

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A total of 238 affordable homes are planned for Badenoch and Strathspey over the next five years, the Highland Council has announced. Highland’s Local Housing Strategy sets the targets for affordable housing, and the Highland’s Strategic Housing Investment Plan sets out how resources will be use

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Minister for local government, housing and planning, Kevin Stewart, visited a housing development in Inverness on Monday to mark the completion of the 750th new council home built in the Highlands since the re-introduction of the Council House Build Programme in 2010. The Kirk Brae development in In

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The financial contributions that new developments will be required to make towards facilities including schools, roads and the provision of affordable housing in the Highlands have been updated following the approval of new planning guidance. Members of the Highland Council’s environment, developm

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Kyrena MacKay and her son outside their new home at Kirk Brae in Inverness. Image by Phil Downie Councillor Trish Robertson joined staff from Highland Council’s Inverness housing management and development teams to pay a house warming visit this week to wish a tenant all the best in her new home a

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(from left) Calum Macaulay, chief executive Albyn Housing Society; Dawn Kane, business development manager, Bancon Construction; Scott Clark, project manager, Bancon Construction; Brian McGuiness, contracts manager, Bancon Construction. Front: Yvonne Simpson, asset investment officer at Albyn Housin

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Up to 50 new affordable homes are expected to be delivered on the Isle of Skye this year, according to the Highland Council. Members the Skye and Raasay committee recently discussed a report focusing on local housing issues in the region, as well as examining the council's performance against a numb

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