Highland Council

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E.ON is working with the Highland Council and the Scottish Government to offer eligible residents in the Highlands up to 100% funding towards the cost of installing a solar PV and battery storage system on their property. By installing solar panels on their homes, residents will be able to generate

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At the meeting of the Highland Council on 4 March 2021, it was agreed by elected members that there will be no increase applied to Council Tax rates for the financial year 2021/22, which begins on 1 April 2021. Rates will therefore remain at the current 2020/21 levels.

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Work is set to start on a new later living village in Inverness this autumn as part of a multi-million-pound investment in care facilities in the city. Independent care home operator Parklands Care Homes is to build 11 homes on a site at Milton of Leys after plans were approved by the Highland Counc

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Families have started to benefit from a 2019 financial inclusion initiative run by Highland Council’s Health Visiting Service and Welfare Team. In 2019, the team was invited to join other organisations from across Scotland to be involved in a national financial inclusion improvement project to

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The Highland Council is progressing plans for setting a budget for the coming year 2021-22. Planning can now take account of the Scottish Government’s settlement proposals, although much uncertainty remains.

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Representatives from key groups across Skye and Raasay joined together in an online workshop last week to launch the process of preparing the Highland Council's new Investment Plan for the area. The workshop, which was attended by over 60 people that are actively involved in delivering improvements

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The Highland Council’s housing and property committee have approved the preferred option of tenants and will introduce a 2% increase in council house rent for 2021/22. This means that the average weekly council house rent will rise by £1.55 per week, from £77.70 to £79.25. Th

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A consultation that will help shape future development across the Inner Moray Firth area has been published by the Highland Council, with affordable housing listed as one of the main areas of interest. The Inner Moray Firth Local Development Plan Main Issues Report sets out the c

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Members of the Highland Council’s Caithness Committee have approved additional funding for a project to bring new life to the site of a former derelict building on Wick High Street. In September last year, the Scottish Government announced extra funding through the Town Centre Fund as part of

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Construction work to deliver 140 new homes in the Highland village of Evanton is to begin shortly following the appointment of a building contractor. Compass Building has won the contract to build the development at Thomas Maciver Street.

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