Highland Roads Recovery

Over £28M invested in Highland roadsThe Council has invested £20 million capital and additional £1.3 million revenue on road maintenance in 20/21 on top of the £7.2M revenue budget.

Work on repairing Highland Council maintained roads is underway.

As lockdown restrictions have eased, Highland Council teams across the region have switched from their winter roads duties to road surfacing, patching, lining, edging and verging of prioritised projects.

The Council is highlighting some of its roads maintenance works that have recently been completed and these are being featured on this webpage and social media with the hashtag #HighlandRoadsRecovery.

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Partnership improves parking in Fort Augustus

19 Aug 2021

A partnership between Lovat Estates and The Highland Council has seen the creation of 75 additional new parking spaces created at the existing Riggs Car Park in the community of Fort Augustus.

Road sweeper machine supports Highland Roads Recovery

1 Jul 2021

A new road sweeping vehicle is the latest addition to The Highland Council’s roads fleet which is helping Highland Council’s roads and parking teams to deliver more projects across this region.

Highland Roads Recovery – More road works completed in Ross-shire

24 Jun 2021

The Highland Council’s Roads Team has been very busy completing more road projects in Wester Ross according to the prioritised Area Capital Programme for 2021 – 2022.