Inverness And Highland City-Region Deal

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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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The ground has officially been broken on a substantial new residential development delivered by Highland Housing Alliance in partnership with Cairn Housing Association in the picturesque harbour village of Avoch on the Moray Firth. (from left) Mhairi Ross Grey (Scottish Government), Jason MacGilp (C

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Highland Housing Alliance has been shortlisted for the 'Best Regeneration Project' award at the Inside Housing Development Awards. The Alliance has been nominated for its successful regeneration project of the previously derelict Inverness site known as Glendoe Terrace – a historic site situat

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Works are progressing at two developments by Highland Housing Alliance that will deliver more than 80 homes. Onsite building works are under way at Glenfield in Ullapool, which will see 49 homes becoming available in winter 2019, while demolition work nears completion at a 37-home project in Inverne

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Artwork designed by pupils from Merkinch Primary School has been incorporated as part of the finishing touches to a £6 million plus project to create new homes in Inverness.   The P1 and P4 pupils jumped at the chance to get creative and draw images of iconic landmarks around the city. Th

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Work has begun on a landmark development to reinvigorate the heart of Inverness and create new homes and business opportunities. Over the next 16 months, the derelict building at 79 Academy Street, formerly known as Farm Foods, will be demolished and the prime site transformed into a new development

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Albyn Housing Society has started work on its first ever affordable housing scheme in Ardgay, Sutherland, as part of its ambitious plan to build 750 affordable homes in the Highlands by 2020. Compass Building and Construction has been appointed as lead contractor at the Drovers Square development, a

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(from left) Calum Macaulay, chief executive Albyn Housing Society; Dawn Kane, business development manager, Bancon Construction; Scott Clark, project manager, Bancon Construction; Brian McGuiness, contracts manager, Bancon Construction. Front: Yvonne Simpson, asset investment officer at Albyn Housin

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