Highland Council

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A Green Energy Hub could be developed in the Highlands if councillors agree to work collaboratively with key partners tomorrow.  The Highland Council said the ambitious plan aims to put the region at the forefront of addressing climate change and sustainable energy requirements, deriving v

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The Highland Council's economy and infrastructure committee has approved an updated Rural Housing Supplementary Guidance. The guidance aims to support Highland’s recovery from the COVID pandemic, promote community-led housing and woodland crofts, and to strengthen rural communities and de

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The Highland Council is seeking clarification from the Scottish Government on the proposals for licensing of short term lets. Councillors are to discuss the local authority’s response to the Scottish Government’s Short Term Lets consultation on draft Licensing Order and Busines

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Members of the Highland Council's Corporate Resources Committee have praised the exemplary work of the council’s Welfare Support Team after they were presented with a comprehensive report highlighting the strong performance from the team in assisting Highland residents. According to the report

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Members of the Highland Council's Climate Change Working Group have urged constituents to sign up to the Energy Efficient Scotland Area Based Scheme and be part of the larger fight to protect our environment. The Energy Efficient Scotland Area Based Scheme, which is administered by Highland Council&

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Members of Highland Council's Badenoch and Strathspey area committee have agreed to prioritise local housing need for the place-based fund set up to mitigate the harms caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. The fund was set up to enable a flexible local response to address the four harms of COVID-19, whic

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Demolition day arrived for a number of properties on Meiklefield Road in Dingwall to make way for the development of 14 new homes.  Central Demolition has set up on site and is carrying out pre-demolition works to odd numbered properties from 1 to 23.

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The Highland Council has welcomed the family of the late Joe Yates to view the completed housing development in Dingwall that bears his name. Joe Yates Court consists of six new flats for rent by the council, forming part of the Scottish Government’s More Homes newbuild target, and funded by t

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The Highland Council is looking forward to welcoming tenants to their new homes in the heart of Dingwall at the recently completed Joe Yates Court development, named after one of the town’s greatest characters. The six, one-bedroom flats have been designed by Trail Architects and local develop

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An online event will be held next week to allow the public to view and discuss proposals for the redevelopment of a key area of vacant land in Invergordon. The site sits to the west of Castle Avenue and the proposal is to create up to 30 new affordable homes as a first phase of a wider development w

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Members of the Highland Council's housing and property committee had the chance yesterday to look at the progress made to implement the council's Rapid Rehousing Transition Plan aimed at tackling homelessness. Throughout the Covid pandemic, the council’s housing team have responded to the chal

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