Currently the area is available for private bookings with customers able to reserve four-hour sessions.
Council staff were praised by members of the authority's housing and property committee a at meeting in Inverness today.
Inverness Taxis (IT) is one of the city’s major operators.
Project will transform the site into a major new visitor attraction and include the creation of a one storey building to link the two towers.
The £60m investment in the Youth Guarantee follows the coronavirus pandemic and was announced by Economy Secretary Fiona Hyslop.
Ahead of reopening one Inverness jeweller received a number of phone calls from customers asking them when they were planning to be back in business.
Rogerson Shoes moved to the Eastgate Shopping Centre just weeks before the coronavirus lockdown started.
Staff at a long-established barber shop are pleased to be back at their Victorian Market base in Inverness.
A group of 25 members of staff at Highland Hospice will be clocking up the miles when they tackle a 24-hour running challenge.
The main shopping centre in Inverness is seeing positive signs as more people start to come through the doors and spend again.
Ancestral Name had relocated to new premises in the Victorian Market just days before the coronavirus lockdown kicked in.
Visitor numbers travelling to Inverness Airport are on the increase, bringing much-needed tourists to the Highland capital.
More businesses are open again at the Victorian Market in Inverness as the site undergoes a phased reopening following the coronavirus lockdown.
Organisers of Inverness Farmers' Market have promised even more stalls next month following a successful return.
The Best of Both Worlds marketing campaign highlights Inverness's unique combination of a vibrant city and incredible rural landscapes.
The scheme is now up and running with many places in Inverness and the Highlands taking part – which will see customers get money off food and drink.
The owner of Castle Gallery in Inverness is glad to be back in business after spending her time in lockdown clearing out the attic.
WH Smith, which has branches in Inverness railway station and airport as well as on the High Street, is considering plans to cut 1500 jobs.
When coronavirus lockdown restrictions were eased, bosses at Blackfriars in Academy Street decided to reopen the business in stages.
A new laboratory is to be constructed next to the An Lochran building at Inverness Campus.