A Fort William landlord has been successfully prosecuted for operating a House in Multiple Occupation (HMO) without a licence.
Published 30 January 2019
The average weekly rent charged by Highland Council to its 13,411 council house tenants is set to increase by 3% for the coming financial year 2019/20.
Published 25 January 2019
Highland Council has unveiled a new approach to budget setting from 2019-22 as it prepares to negotiate a funding shortfall of more than £30 million for next year.
Published 21 January 2019
A reduction in grant funding and additional pressures mean the Highland Council is facing a £31.2 million budget gap for 2019-20, the local authority has warned.
Published 10 January 2019
Artwork designed by pupils from Merkinch Primary School has been incorporated as part of the finishing touches to a £6 million plus project to create new homes in Inverness.
Published 20 December 2018
Big-hearted members of staff at the Tesco store in Dingwall have generously donated gifts to ensure that every child in Ross-shire waking up in homeless accommodation on Christmas morning will have a special parcel to open.
Published 19 December 2018
Highland councillors have approved a new rapid rehousing plan which aims to tackle homelessness in the region.
Published 7 December 2018
Highland Council’s work to continuously improve tenant participation in the region has been recognised by the Scottish Housing Regulator and the Tenant Participation Advisory Service.
Published 7 December 2018
A former Citizens Advice Bureaux office in Inverness has been converted into four 1 bedroom flats for rent from the Highland Council.
Published 3 December 2018
The Highland Council is holding a public drop in event at Lundavra Primary School in Fort William on December 3 on proposals to create new homes at the former Upper Achintore Primary School site.
Published 30 November 2018
Work has begun on a landmark development to reinvigorate the heart of Inverness and create new homes and business opportunities.
Published 28 November 2018
The Highland Council is to invest over £8 million into carrying out improvements to its housing stock in the Inverness area.
Published 23 November 2018
The Highland Council is to invest over £4.2 million into carrying out improvements to its housing stock in Caithness.
Published 21 November 2018
A two-year Housing Revenue Account Capital Programme has been agreed that will see over £2 million invested into improving council homes in the Sutherland area over the next two years.
Published 16 November 2018
The Highland Council remains on track to provide at least 4,500 much-needed affordable homes after members of the environment, development and infrastructure committee approved a new investment plan.
Published 9 November 2018