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Office space at Inverness Town House available for rent


By Val Sweeney

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Highland Council staff are set move out of Inverness Town House by April.
Highland Council staff are set move out of Inverness Town House by April.

Office space at Inverness Town House is now being marketed as Highland Council staff prepare to move out.

The departure of 100 staff to the council's headquarters is scheduled for April.

A range of offices, from small individual offices to large open-plan space, are being made available for rent starting at £6000 per year including rates and utilities.

They are marketed as being as suitable for a range of businesses from small start-ups to larger established businesses.

The smallest space is 17 square metres and able to accommodate two desks.

The largest available space is 213 square metres with space for 16 desks and with a yearly rent of £60,000.

Highland Council to leave Inverness Town House after 140 years

Inverness Town House, an A-listed building, has had a £7.4 million renovation which was completed in 2021.

Built in the Flemish-Baronial style in 1878-82, it was the headquarters of Inverness Burgh Council until the 1960s and has been used as council offices ever since.

It is used to host civic and hospitality events throughout the year and is regarded as a key tourist attraction in the city. It is located next to Inverness Castle which is currently being redeveloped as a visitor attraction centre and is expected to provide a major boost to the city centre when completed in 2025.

By moving out of the Town House, the council expects to save £370,000 a year.


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