Highland Council

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The Highland Council reached a key milestone this week at its Coulhill housing development in Alness after it took possession of the properties from Compass Building and Construction Services. The site consists of Coulhill Primary School’s former Janitor’s House and the neighbouring form

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A funding boost of nearly £1 million of revenue investment is set to benefit rural areas across Highland. The Highland Strategic Local Action Group who met during September, considered, and agreed funding for revenue projects submitted to the first round of the 2023/24 Community Regeneration F

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A housing development at Dulnain Bridge in Badenoch & Strathspey has reached a key milestone as the Highland Council and Highland Housing Alliance (HHA) proceeded with the official handover of the properties. With a range of two-to four-bedroom homes available across the site, the demand for the

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The Highland Council has been awarded Scottish Government grant funding to deliver the Energy Efficient Scotland: Area Based Scheme (EES:ABS) programme for the 11th consecutive year. The EES:ABS programme is fully funded by the Scottish Government and offers eligible Highland residents grant funding

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The Caol and Lochyside Flood Prevention Scheme in Fort William, Lochaber has officially opened. The Highland Council’s Economy and Infrastructure chair, Councillor Ken Gowans, opened the Flood Prevention Scheme with pupils from local Primary Schools and Lochaber High School, alongside communit

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Derek Brown has taken up the post of the Highland Council’s chief executive from yesterday. Derek comes to the Highlands with extensive experience in his previous roles as deputy chief executive of North Lanarkshire Council and a professional advisor on the National Improvement Framework.

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The Highland Council is inviting community groups and organisations to apply for Community Regeneration Funding (CRF) to finance capital and revenue projects that will respond to the needs of their local areas and deliver positive impacts. The deadline to submit an Expression of Interest is 12pm Fri

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Members of Highland Council’s Economy & Infrastructure Committee have agreed two reports that relate to developer contributions and the next steps for the preparation of a new style Development Plan for the region. One of the reports confirmed how a new Development Plan aims to represent a

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Councillors at yesterday's meeting of Highland Council approved the local authority's Net Zero Strategy which was recommended by members at May's Climate Change Committee. Climate Change Committee Members had reinforced the importance of making progress and agreed several recommendations (contained

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With work on the Caol and Lochyside Flood Protection Scheme in Lochaber near completion, the chair of the Highland Council’s Economy and Infrastructure Committee has praised the work of staff leading on the major project. The work will provide protection to around 300 homes in a coastal commun

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