Highland Council

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The establishment of a short-term let control area in the Badenoch and Strathspey ward of The Highland Council took a step closer yesterday with members agreeing the non-statutory Short-term Let Control Area Planning Policy for use in the determination of applications and the timetable to move forwa

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People on low income can apply for a one-off payment of £106 from the Highland Council’s City of Inverness Area Committee 2023/24 Winter Payments Scheme to help them with winter fuel bills. Leader of Inverness City and Area, Councillor Ian Brown, said: “If you live in the Aird and

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At the Struan development (from left) Front: Cllr John Bruce, B&S chair, Cllr Russell Jones, Cllr Muriel Cockburn, convener THC, Cllr Bill Loban, Compass - Paul Cowie. Back: Angela Matheson (THC project manager), THC - Faye Dyer, Compass - Peter Hunter, Robert Tewnion (Image credit: Th

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The Highland Council is inviting all tenants to have their say on the rent levels for the year ahead. The council is encouraging everyone that lives in a council house to take this chance to have their say, the results of this will have a direct impact on the services the council is able to deliver

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Highland Council’s engagement with communities and staff will help to inform the budget proposals and consequent decisions which will be made in February 2024. This includes allocating resources to deliver the council’s strategic priorities and enable the best outcomes across the Highlan

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Members of the Highland Council's Caithness Committee had an opportunity on Monday to look at the benefits the Wick District Heating project is providing to locals and to discuss the potential to expand the scheme so more properties across the town can be included. The current project is well underw

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Springfield Properties has signed a new affordable housing contract, worth £6.1 million, with the Highland Council. The design and build phase of the contract is due to commence in the coming weeks and will be delivered over a period of approximately 18 months, with the Group receiving payment

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Members of the Highland Council's Sutherland Committee have agreed the investment priorities in the Sutherland Housing Revenue Account (HRA) Capital Programme with £5.2 million spent on projects to improve Sutherland Council homes for 2023-27. The HRA Capital Programme 2023-27 has been de

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The Highland Council has forecast a significant financial gap for the coming years, with a projected budget gap of £60-70 million for next year (2024/25). Members have a legal obligation to set a balanced budget and proposals will be developed and presented to council for agreement at the end

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The Highland Council’s Net Zero Strategy was launched at last week's meeting of the local authority's Climate Change Committee. The Strategy sets out the council’s approach to addressing the climate emergency and contributes towards Scotland’s national legally binding target to bec

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The Highland Council has revealed that the Stratherrick and Foyers Community Council Local Place Plan is the first to be registered in the Highland Council development plans area. Following its validation in accordance with the Scottish Government requirements, the Stratherrick and Foyers Local Plac

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