Home   News   Highland Council

HIGHLAND COUNCIL




Councillors call for a share of renewable energy profits to be invested in Highland roads

Councillors call for a share of renewable energy profits to be invested in Highland roads

Councillors call for a share of renewable energy profits to be invested in Highland roads

Councillors are calling for some of the profits from renewable energy schemes in the Highlands to be set aside to help improve the region's roads.


Road closures cancelled after work finished early

Road closures cancelled after work finished early

Road closures cancelled after work finished early

NIGHT-time road closures which were affecting motorists on Culloden Road in Inverness have finished early.


Highland Council to begin recruitment for a depute chief executive

Highland Council to begin recruitment for a depute chief executive

Highland Council to begin recruitment for a depute chief executive

Recruitment for a depute chief executive is to begin following agreement today on a slimmer top tier in a revised senior management structure.


WATCH: Hidden features revealed during work at Inverness Castle

WATCH: Hidden features revealed during work at Inverness Castle

WATCH: Hidden features revealed during work at Inverness Castle

Hidden features have been uncovered during work at Inverness Castle, giving a new insight into its past life.


New partnership aims to promote squash across the Highlands

New partnership aims to promote squash across the Highlands

New partnership aims to promote squash across the Highlands

High Life Highland is teaming up with Scottish Squash in a bid to encourage greater Highland participation in the racket sport.


Council publishes new welfare guide

Council publishes new welfare guide

Council publishes new welfare guide

A new welfare guide has been published on Highland Council’s website to highlight the range of available financial support and guidance to residents.


Community is ‘concerned’ by plans for Loch Ness estate

Community is ‘concerned’ by plans for Loch Ness estate

Community is ‘concerned’ by plans for Loch Ness estate

Solarsancturay Ltd has applied to Highland Council for planning permission to convert a barn into a 'shelter and meeting place'.


New £122k role could be created at Highland Council

New £122k role could be created at Highland Council

New £122k role could be created at Highland Council

Highland councillors will tomorrow debate whether to create a new deputy chief executive post as part of a cost-saving shake-up of senior management.


Temporary path diversion in Inverness

Temporary path diversion in Inverness

Temporary path diversion in Inverness

Highland Council would like to notify the public that a temporary pathway diversion will be put in place next week near Whin Park.


Anja 'proud and excited' to take on role as Highland youth convener

Anja 'proud and excited' to take on role as Highland youth convener

Anja 'proud and excited' to take on role as Highland youth convener

Newly appointed Highland youth convener Anja Johnston says she will be looking to focus on mental health as part of the year-long role.


This site uses cookies. By continuing to browse the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies - Learn More
');