Highlands



175-bed hotel approved at former Inverness swimming pool site

Development company Vastint Hospitality has secured planning permission for a new hotel on the banks ...

Published 6 December 2019

Dispute over Tomatin name ‘could jeopardise £12m development’

The entrepreneur behind a proposed £12 million hotel and restaurant at the Tomatin junction on ...

Published 21 November 2019

Work commences on 46-home development in Highland village

The ground has officially been broken on a substantial new residential development delivered by High ...

Published 19 November 2019

Hampton by Hilton to deliver largest hotel in Inverness

Councillors have given the green light to a 210-bed hotel in Inverness. Located on a new street c ...

Published 30 October 2019

Highland Council appoints two new chief executive officers

Highland Council has appointed Malcolm Macleod as executive chief officer - infrastructure and envir ...

Published 29 October 2019

Carbon Dynamic (Scotland) completes Isle of Rum accommodation contract

Highland-based modular building manufacturer Carbon Dynamic (Scotland) Ltd has completed its first j ...

Published 15 October 2019

Kessock Bridge awarded category B status

Kessock Bridge near Inverness has been listed as a category B structure by Historic Environment Scot ...

Published 11 October 2019

And finally... Indian tycoon plans to build 17th-century village in Highlands

The tycoon behind a £3 million transformation of three Highland hotels has turned his attentio ...

Published 9 October 2019

Highland Council drops affordable housing project following community concerns

Highland Council has decided not to proceed with a new affordable housing project adjacent to the Me ...

Published 4 October 2019

Councillor encourages support for Skye Community Trust crowdfunding appeal

People across the Highlands are being encouraged to support a community crowdfunding appeal which ai ...

Published 3 October 2019

Contractor’s £25m ‘unlawful state aid’ claim against Scottish Government dismissed

A contractor which claimed the Scottish Government acted unlawfully in giving taxpayers' money to a ...

Published 30 September 2019

Deputy First Minister marks construction milestone at Highland school

John Swinney, the Deputy First Minister and cabinet secretary for education and skills, visited Merk ...

Published 12 September 2019

Highland Housing Alliance completes delivery of 16 new homes in Inverness

Highland Housing Alliance has handed over keys to tenants at a new development marking the completio ...

Published 11 September 2019

World’s first ocean powered data centre planned for Caithness

A sustainable energy projects developer has announced plans for the first ocean powered data centre ...

Published 9 September 2019

Offshore wind farms provide major opportunities for Highland firms

Highland firms are being invited to bid for work worth tens of millions of pounds from one of the wo ...

Published 3 September 2019