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Bid for hotel, shops and holiday accommodation in heart of Aviemore is refused

Bid for hotel, shops and holiday accommodation in heart of Aviemore is refused

Bid for hotel, shops and holiday accommodation in heart of Aviemore is refused

The scale of the proposed development has been described as 'overpowering' and as a 'step too far'


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The Highlands, Islands and Moray property market is particularly buoyant at the moment.


How a local company is turning ropes into plant pots

How a local company is turning ropes into plant pots

How a local company is turning ropes into plant pots

Marine equipment and technology supplier Gael Force Group is partnering with a business that works to turn waste into recyclable garden products.


The Ironworks remain open for business despite its uncertain future

The Ironworks remain open for business despite its uncertain future

The Ironworks remain open for business despite its uncertain future

Venue director thanks all involved with the venue for helping 'create something we should all be incredibly proud of'


Developer 'disappointed' not to get planning permission to redevelop the Ironworks

Developer 'disappointed' not to get planning permission to redevelop the Ironworks

Developer 'disappointed' not to get planning permission to redevelop the Ironworks

But Bricks Group remain committed to the £30 million hotel plan


Ironworks win a reprieve as councillors defer decision on the future of the music venue

Ironworks win a reprieve as councillors defer decision on the future of the music venue

Ironworks win a reprieve as councillors defer decision on the future of the music venue

Developers want to build a £30 million Courtyard by Marriott hotel on the site


Fibre network beneath city streets could now cover the length of Loch Ness 10 times

Fibre network beneath city streets could now cover the length of Loch Ness 10 times

Fibre network beneath city streets could now cover the length of Loch Ness 10 times

Fibre cabling laid beneath the streets of Inverness could stretch the length of Loch Ness 10 times over.


Shock move sees councillors grant a reprieve to the Ironworks

Shock move sees councillors grant a reprieve to the Ironworks

Shock move sees councillors grant a reprieve to the Ironworks

They deferred the final decision on plans to demolish the venue and build a hotel


MSP Fergus Ewing: Producing more drops our carbon footprint

MSP Fergus Ewing: Producing more drops our carbon footprint

MSP Fergus Ewing: Producing more drops our carbon footprint

He argues that we'll 'need oil and gas for decades' as transition to renewables


HospitalityUK Scotland appoints new chairman

HospitalityUK Scotland appoints new chairman

HospitalityUK Scotland appoints new chairman

Chris Wayne-Wills, chief executive of Crerar Hotels has taken on the role of chairman of UKHospitality Scotland.


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