News published September 2018
Temporary road closures in Inverness for bridge inspectionsPublished 27 Sep 2018
Three overnight temporary road closures will be in operation next week to allow Network Rail to safely inspection railway bridges in Inverness.
Chair welcomes start of A82 improvementsPublished 27 Sep 2018
The Highland Council’s Chair of Environment, Development and Infrastructure has welcomed the news that the road surfacing project on the A82 route between Fort William and Inverness is set to start on Sunday (30 September).
Nairn Links Development Plan moving to next stagePublished 27 Sep 2018
Two public engagement events have already been held as part of the initial work to prepare a Development Plan for the Links.
Inverness Botanic Gardens Celebrates 25th AnniversaryPublished 26 Sep 2018
A much loved local attraction celebrated its 25th Anniversary last night when members of the team that shaped the development of High Life Highland’s Inverness Botanic Gardens and Nursery joined guests to mark the 25th anniversary of the gardens.
Temporary road closure along stretch of U1096Published 26 Sep 2018
The U1096 Essich – Bunachton – Dunlichity Road will be temporarily closed to traffic from Thursday 27 September in order for improvement works to be carried out.
Trialling of a new Digital Heritage Trail.Published 25 Sep 2018
The Inverness Townscape Heritage (TH) Project has been working in partnership with High Life Highland to create a digital heritage trail to preserve the history of work, shopping and leisure on Academy Street.
Tenants welcomed into new Grantown homesPublished 25 Sep 2018
The Highland Council has taken delivery of 10 new houses in Grantown on Spey and yesterday (Monday 24 September) local Councillors Bill Lobban and Muriel Cockburn paid a visit to welcome Lorna Cottam and her two children to their new home.
Highland Licensing Policy Statement agreedPublished 25 Sep 2018
A special meeting of the Highland Licensing Board took place yesterday (24 September) in Inverness to agree the terms of the Board’s Licensing Policy Statement for 2018-2023.
Take Action on Plastic this Recycle WeekPublished 24 Sep 2018
Take Action on Plastic this Recycle Week
Councillor to resignPublished 24 Sep 2018
A by-election for Highland Council Ward 5 is to be held on 6 December, following the resignation of Councillor Kate Stephen (Lib Dem).