Highland Council

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The Highland Council has agreed to use City-Region Deal funding to part fund new mid-market housing projects throughout the Highlands. The affordable housing projects will be developed by Albyn Housing Society and Highland Housing Alliance in Ullapool, Fort William, Alness, Inverness, Aviemore, Gran

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The homes are planned for a site within the boundary of the Culloden (Battlefield) Conservation Area The Highland Council has deferred a decision on a planning application for 16 new homes at the site of Viewhill in Inverness to allow the developer to ensure the house designs “better reflect the H

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Highland Council tenants are to receive a 0.5% increase in council house rents for the coming financial year 2018/19, which equates to an average weekly rise of 36p, the local authority has announced. The council’s people committee approved the move which would result in an increase in the average

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Two aspiring young builders joined experts from Robertson Northern to help lay the first bricks on a new block of homes in Midmills, Inverness. The firm has begun works to transform the area into a development of 31 affordable apartments as part of its £3.6 million contract with Highland Council.

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Capital Developments Ltd has submitted a planning application for a new residential and commercial development in Inverness in partnership with the Highland Housing Alliance and the Highland Council. The development at 79 Academy Street will add to the regeneration of a gateway to the city centre to

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Nineteen new council houses in Invergordon have been completed within a development selected as a pilot for a new collaboration between the Highland Council, NHS Highland and independence and inclusion charity Birchwood Highland. The houses have been built at the newly named Dewdale Court, formerly

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Inverness is regarded as a high priority area A five-year strategy to enable the delivery of 6,000 new homes across the Highlands, of which 2,500 will be socially rented, has been agreed by councillors.

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Two major planning documents that will shape the growth of Inverness have been approved by members of the Highland Council’s city of Inverness area committee. The Draft Inverness East Development Brief sets out plans for developers to deliver up to 3,000 new private and affordable homes and a suit

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Robertson Northern is starting work on a £3.6 million contract to build a selection of affordable homes in the Midmills area of Inverness. The contract, awarded by Highland Council, will see Robertson Northern build 31 new apartments at the former Inverness College site.

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Highland Council leader, Councillor Margaret Davidson cuts the turf at Drumnadrochit for new housing with (left to right) Calum Macaulay CEO Albyn Housing Society; Thom Macleod, Compass Construction director and Gail Matheson CEO Highland Housing Alliance Compass Construction has started work on the

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The Highland Council has pledged to approve 500 affordable housing units each year for the next five years of which 70% will be for affordable rent and 30% for low cost home ownership. Councillors on the environment, development and infrastructure committee yesterday agreed a Strategic Housing Inves

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Communities and developers will be invited to have their say in shaping a refreshed approach to dealing with developer contributions for developments across Highland. Members of the Highland Council’s environment, development and infrastructure committee yesterday gave the go ahead for a six week

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