Highland Council

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The Highland Council is to involve tenants and other customers in the design and delivery of its housing services. Two tenant representatives will be invited to attend the People Committee and the People Committee Policy Development Group as advisors in relation to housing items.

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Affordable housing, infrastructure and tourism were high on the agenda as councillors on the Highland Council’s Lochaber committee reviewed the area’s local priorities. Originally agreed as local priorities for the area in 2015, plans for ambitious housing development and infrastructure investme

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Residents are being invited to submit their views on the Highland Council's draft Local Housing Strategy. The initiative sets out aims for housing in the region over the next five years. Members of the public have until August 18 to submit their views.

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The number of families categorised as homeless on Skye has more than doubled over the last 12 months with an increase in tourists highlighted as a contributing factor. A report to Highland Council's Isle of Skye and Raasay committee revealed that 32 families on the island presented as homeless this

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MSPs have taken evidence from construction professionals on whether the current building regulations in Scotland are operating effectively. During a meeting at the Scottish Parliament, the local government and communities committee discussed if there are widespread problems with new-build homes, if

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(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)

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Plans to build 10 new affordable homes in the Black Isle have been given the go-ahead by the Highland Council. Area planning committee members meeting in Inverness this week approved the Cameron Crescent development in Munlochy, the Press & Journal has reported.

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The demolition of all non-listed buildings at the Inverness College site at Midmills in the city centre is to begin next month to make way for more than 80 retirement homes. Retirement home provider McCarthy & Stone, which acquired the site from Highland Council, will build 45 homes on the vacan

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