News archive

News published May 2018

  • Town House Tours to begin

    Published 31 May 2018

    Tours of the Inverness Town House are to begin in June.

  • Increases approved for Inverness Winter Payments Discretionary Scheme

    Published 31 May 2018

    The Inverness Winter Payments Discretionary Scheme is a discretionary scheme designed to support members of the community most in need of financial assistance during the coldest months of the year when extra fuel is needed.

  • Step closer for final phase of Town House refurbishment

    Published 31 May 2018

    Members of the City of Inverness Area Committee have agreed in principle to accept the tender costs for the third and final phase of the Town House refurbishment project which will see the completion of restoration works to the historic A listed building in the centre of the Inverness and secure its future for generations to come.

  • Re-modelling and Re-branding Victorian Market

    Published 31 May 2018

    The City of Inverness Area Committee has given the go ahead for the next steps to deliver an Action Plan for the Victorian Market that will build a business case for the remodelling of the Market Hall.

  • Preparation for Stage two of the West Link is underway to include new park

    Published 31 May 2018

    A new park is to be part of the plans for the West Link project, using the beautiful parkland setting of the current golf course adjacent to the canal.

  • Inverness East Planning blueprint gets go ahead from City Committee

    Published 31 May 2018

     A major planning document set to shape the growth of Inverness was approved by Members of The Highland Council’s City of Inverness Area Committee today (31 May)

  • Committee endorses work of Inverness community safety project

    Published 31 May 2018

    The effectiveness of a joint multi-agency initiative to tackle anti-social behaviour and keep people safe has been endorsed by Members of The Highland Council’s City of Inverness Area Committee.

  • Inverness twinned town links to be developed further

    Published 31 May 2018

    The Highland Council is to develop further economic links with Inverness’ twinned city of Augsburg with the assistance of £10,000 Inverness Common Good Funding approved by Councillors today at the City of Inverness and Area Committee.

  • Highland success in Scottish beach awards

    Published 31 May 2018

    Environmental charity, Keep Scotland Beautiful, has announced that 12 beaches in the Highlands have received Scottish Beach Awards in 2018, recognising the high standards provided to users - from keeping sand litter free to providing excellent information and accessible amenities.

  • Inverness Common Good Fund supporting local community benefit

    Published 30 May 2018

    Monies collected in rent payments from businesses on Common Good Land (the historic burghs of Scotland) make up the Common Good Funds which are used for projects that benefit communities.