Highland Council

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Three Highland communities are to benefit from the decisions of the Highland Council’s communities and place committee as community asset transfers have been approved for Corpach and Spean Bridge in Lochaber and Lochinver in Sutherland. In Lochaber, the transfers agreed are for the sale of Com

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Members of Highland Council’s Recovery Board all recognised the excellent progress that has been made against the Recovery Action Plan since the last meeting in October. In the previous report “good,” progress was reported against major areas of work, including Service Redesign, Wo

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The Highland Council is inviting communities to come forward with expressions of interest for projects that, if successful, could receive a share of funding aimed at supporting coastal communities throughout Highland. The Highland Coastal Communities Fund has been set up by the council following an

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The important work of the Highland Violence Against Women Partnership (HVAWP) was discussed by members of the Highland Council’s Health, Social Care and Wellbeing Committee meeting yesterday. The Highland Violence Against Women Partnership is a group of services who work together to prevent al

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The Highland Council has successfully bid for 610 IT devices (308 Chromebooks and 302 iPads) for 111 young care leavers and 499 families from Connecting Scotland. Councillor Linda Munro, chair of the council’s health, social care and wellbeing committee, said: “Against a backdrop of a wo

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The proposed one-year Housing Revenue Account (HRA) Capital Programme for Sutherland 2021-22 has been welcomed by Highland Council members at yesterday's meeting of Sutherland County Committee. The programme for 2021-22 included engagement with Members, local maintenance officers, and tenants to ide

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Highland Council’s economy and infrastructure committee has approved a draft Strategic Housing Plan for 2021-2026 that sets out the local authority's key housing investment priorities and demonstrates how they will be delivered for development across the region.

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People in Inverness will now be able to catch the first glimpses of the new Wyvern House on Academy Street after the scaffolding was removed from the nearly-completed housing development. Located on the old Farm Foods site, it is being redeveloped by Highland Housing Alliance (HHA) and Hig

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Highland Council and other Highland Housing Register social housing landlords have launched a consultation seeking feedback on the proposed changes to the way they allocate their houses and the way people access housing.  The Highland Housing Re

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Highland Council has revealed plans to take over Scotland's 'first ski hotel' and redevelop it as affordable housing. The Struan Hotel in Carrbridge played a part in the early days of making the Cairngorms a winter sports destination.

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