Highland Council in housing debt write off plea

Highland Council owes £205 million in housing debt.

A PLEA has been made to write off millions of pounds of Highland Council debt. Council leader Margaret Davidson is working to have some of the £205 million housing arrears wiped to ease the burden on the

Highland council tax could rise by 26 per cent


Published: Sat 22 Oct 2016

Tough times ahead: Council leader Margaret Davidson and finance director Derek Yule.

HIGHLAND householders could be set to pay a council tax rise of more than £500, but half of this could be spent elsewhere in Scotland. It is expected the levy will be raised from April and homes in bands

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