News published January 2021
Skye and Raasay investment planPublished 29 Jan 2021
Representatives from key groups across Skye and Raasay joined together in an online workshop yesterday evening (28 January 2021) to launch the process of preparing a new Investment Plan for the area.
Connecting with our parent councilsPublished 29 Jan 2021
The Highland Council is providing all parent councils with a Gmail address to help establish a consistent approach to communication across parent councils in Highland.
Highland Council winter road condition report for Friday, 29 January 2021Published 29 Jan 2021
Highland Council winter road condition report for Friday, 29 January 2021
Accounts approvedPublished 28 Jan 2021
Members of the Audit and Scrutiny Committee today approved the Council’s audited accounts for 2019-20.
Deadline draws near for Covid-19 Top Up Business Grant ApplicationsPublished 28 Jan 2021
Retail, hospitality and leisure businesses have until Friday next week (5 February) to apply to The Highland Council, if they want to receive a one-off top-up grant in addition to their Temporary Clos
Work on Wick Spaces For People project to startPublished 28 Jan 2021
As the Spaces for People programme continues to be rolled out across the Highlands, work is scheduled to begin in Wick next week to enhance the active travel environment for walking and wheeling in the area. Work will include improving dropped and pedestrian crossings, making it safer and more convenient to travel actively around main routes.
Head Teacher appointed for Alness AcademyPublished 28 Jan 2021
Craig Paterson has been appointed by The Highland Council as Head Teacher for Alness Academy in the Ross and Cromarty area.
Nigg investment welcomedPublished 28 Jan 2021
The Chair of The Highland Council’s Economy and Infrastructure Committee has welcomed the news that Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) has approved investment of up to £8.3m in Scottish Government funding for an £18.9m project to develop the East Quay at Port of Nigg in Easter Ross.
Public invited to have their say on Wick Pulteneytown Conservation Area Appraisal and Conservation Area Management PlanPublished 28 Jan 2021
Members of the public are invited to view and comment upon the recently created draft Wick Pulteneytown Conservation Area Appraisal and Conservation Area Management Plan.
Highland Council winter road condition report for Thursday, 28 January 2021Published 28 Jan 2021
Highland Council winter road condition report for Thursday, 28 January 2021