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

16 New affordable homes to be built in the City of Inverness

12 Jun 2017

Work has begun on sixteen new affordable homes at Inverness’ Raining’s Stairs, as part of the City-Region Deal

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.

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