Inverness and Highland City-Region Deal

The vision behind the Inverness and Highland City-Region Deal is to position Inverness and the Highlands as a region of digital opportunity. This vision was turned into reality on 30 January, when the Inverness and Highland City Region Deal was signed off at a ceremony in Invergordon. This formalised the commitment of £315 million worth of funding - £135m from the Scottish Government, supported by £127m from The Highland Council and its partners, and another £53m from the UK Government.  

Transforming the Highland Economy

Heads of terms agreement

Region of Digital Opportunity

Project information

City-Region Deal - significant long term benefits anticipated

4 Apr 2017

In response to a call for evidence on the impact of city-region deals in Scotland, by a Scottish Parliament Committee, Highland Council Director of Development and Infrastructure, Stuart Black said...

Sealing the Deal – Funding released for 3 projects as the Inverness and Highland City-Region Deal is signed

30 Jan 2017

The £315 million Inverness and Highland City-Region Deal was formally signed today, sealing the Deal for the release of funding for a number of business cases.

Members agree actions to address skills gap in Lochaber through City-Region Deal

19 Jan 2017

Lochaber Area Committee members received an update on the City-Region Deal, and heard what it means for Lochaber

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