News published August 2021
Blazing a Wartime Trail Around Loch Ewe – official launchPublished 31 Aug 2021
Blazing a Wartime Trail Around Loch Ewe – official launch
Glendale Community Hall awarded Highland Coastal Communities FundingPublished 31 Aug 2021
Glendale Community Hall awarded Highland Coastal Communities Funding
Fees set for the licensing of activities involving animalsPublished 31 Aug 2021
New legislation comes into force from 1 September 2021 which will affect people who run certain activities in the Highlands concerned with animals.
Over £240K invested in public toilets and waste collection for visitorsPublished 31 Aug 2021
Visitors to the Highlands are benefiting from over £240K investment by The Highland Council on public toilets and comfort schemes and increased waste collection at key visitor sites.
Portree Link Road reaches planning permission stagePublished 31 Aug 2021
Portree Link Road reaches planning permission stage
Community asset transfers approved for Raasay Ferry TerminalPublished 31 Aug 2021
Community asset transfers approved for Raasay Ferry Terminal
Skye and Raasay Future – Investment for People and PlacePublished 31 Aug 2021
Skye and Raasay Future – Investment for People and Place
Emergency Services workers to be acknowledged on 999DayPublished 30 Aug 2021
The essential work of emergency service workers will be acknowledged across the country on 9 September during Emergency Services Day.
Council engaging with Scottish Government on licensing of short term letsPublished 30 Aug 2021
A response to the Scottish Government from The Highland Council seeks clarification on the Government’s proposals for licensing of short term lets.
Rapid COVID-19 community testing available at Grantown-on-SpeyPublished 27 Aug 2021
Rapid COVID-19 community testing will be available in Grantown-on-Spey from Monday 30 August to Friday 3 September.