A Skye village has been pinpointed as the latest venue for affordable homes as efforts to meet growing demand for accommodation continues.
Residents stage demonstration as decision over controversial Carrbridge housing development deferred
Dozens of locals gathered yesterday to oppose the construction of 47 new homes in Carrbridge.
Plans to build nearly 20 homes in St Combs have been approved, despite design concerns.
A north commuter village faces a population explosion if a £20million, 100-home development is given the go-ahead.
Homes development worth £1.2m will offer vital carer support for elderly and disabled in Highland village
A £1.2 million specialist housing development aiming to keep more elderly and disabled in their home Wester Ross village was last night welcomed.
A historically controversial Inverness building will finally be demolished – to make way for much-needed homes in a £4.5million development.
A Scottish Government minister has claimed that the Moray growth deal could bring more affordable housing to the region.
Nairn community groups opposed to plans for a 115-home development in the town are seeking a pre-determination hearing.
Proposals for a 32-home development in an Easter Ross village could be approved tomorrow.
Plans for a major housing development to the East of Inverness were on show to the public yesterday during an exhibition in Smithton.
The latest phase of an ambitious £500million plan to create a new town centre on the outskirts of Inverness was unveiled to the public yesterday.
Plans for up to 70 affordable homes on a former Lochaber school site have been changed halfway through a public exhibition due to the strength of local feeling against the layout.
People living close to a former Lochaber school are concerned that plans for a 70-home development on the site could result in the loss of a play park and the creation of a rat run.
A ‘masterplan’ to shape the future of the south of Elgin has been approved.
Plans have been lodged for about 50 new houses in an Aberdeenshire town.
The Crofting Commission has withdrawn a legal appeal over a controversial decrofting application that would make way for a much needed housing development in Lochaber.
This is the first glimpse of how a new neighbourhood on the edge of a north-east port could look.