News published January 2016
Volunteer Day at Anagach Woods, Grantown-on-SpeyPublished 25 Jan 2016
Highland Council Countryside Rangers are inviting families and individuals outdoors for some volunteering fun and to join in with a new volunteer programme working in the woods for the benefit of everyone on Sunday 31 January.
Caithness and Sutherland Proposed Local Development PlanPublished 25 Jan 2016
A new document identifying potential future developments across Caithness and Sutherland has been published for consultation by Highland Council.
School roll capping in Highland for 2016-17Published 25 Jan 2016
The Highland Council is ‘capping’ or limiting school rolls and reserving places in primary and secondary schools for the 2016/17 academic session.
Highland Council highlights free advice service for Blue Badge applicationsPublished 25 Jan 2016
The Highland Council highlights free advice and guidance provided for Blue Badge applications
New building for Alness AcademyPublished 25 Jan 2016
The Highland Council welcomes the confirmation today (25 January 2016) of Scottish Government funding to achieve a new building for Alness Academy.
Council welcomes Cadets’ contributions to Highland communitiesPublished 22 Jan 2016
The work of the Cadet Presentation Team in Highland was welcomed by members of The Highland Council’s Education, Children and Adult Services Committee this week (20 January 2016).
Rio Tinto assets in LochaberPublished 22 Jan 2016
Lochaber Area Leader Cllr Thomas MacLennan expressed his deep concern following the news of the strategic review of Rio Tinto assets in Lochaber.
Caithness and Sutherland Proposed Local Development PlanPublished 22 Jan 2016
The Highland Council has launched a proposed template for growth in the Caithness and Sutherland areas over the next 20 years and beyond.
Highland Council tenants invited to share their opinions on Council’s landlord servicesPublished 22 Jan 2016
An independent survey by market research company Progressive Partnerships is being carried out on behalf of The Highland Council’s Housing Service.
Director wanted for High Life Highland BoardPublished 20 Jan 2016
High Life Highland (HLH) is a charity registered in Scotland and a company, limited by guarantee, wholly owned by The Highland Council.