A major housebuilder is preparing to return to Moray for the first time in more than 20 years with plans for more than 100 homes.
A north commuter village faces a population explosion if a £20million, 100-home development is given the go-ahead.
A footballer has hit the net again – with his second successive annual National House Builders Council Pride In The Job award.
Work has begun on creating one of the largest housing developments to be built in the Highlands for years.
Police in Inverness are investigating complaints of dozens of trees in the city’s Cradlehall area being deliberately poisoned.
Consultants put on display yesterday plans that will potentially see 150-homes developed in the south of Inverness
Viewers have been beating a path to see inside Tulloch’s new Tarvie showhome at the firm’s Fairview development in the Slackbuie area of Inverness.
Caley Thistle have completed a land deal which sees them assume ownership of the lease of the three stands at Caledonian Stadium.
Proposals for a 200-home development in the Druid Temple area of Inverness are in the pipeline.
“A hidden gem” - that’s how new home owners have described Tulloch Homes’ prestigious Westfield development at Bridge of Don, Aberdeen.
It will be a catwalk with a difference, where every model has been affected by cancer.
Developers have revealed their vision for a multi-million pound care home providing dozens of much needed places for elderly people and creating 100 full-time jobs in Inverness.
An Inverness resident chopped down 20 trees on land that does not belong to him because they were blocking his view - but soon realised his mistake when police arrived.
Tulloch Homes, the Highlands’ largest house-builder, said yesterday it was seeking more sites in the central belt in 2018 to build on a successful re-entry there.
Caley Thistle have dismissed concerns raised by two former chairmen that the club is being forced to accept a deal from Tulloch Homes or risk becoming insolvent.
Inverness housebuilder Tulloch Homes is ramping up development plans, after receiving a £20million funding package from the Bank of Scotland.
Major plans have been unveiled to convert an historic Inverness mansion into a new housing development.
It was meant as a tribute to a well-thought-of local councillor after his untimely death.
The strong desire among home buyers to return to country living, as indicated by a Housing Futures research survey, is underlined by the popularity of Chanonry Park, the attractive Tulloch Homes development in Fortrose on the Black Isle.
Plans for a new "neighbourhood centre" in the Milton of Leys area of Inverness are expected to move a step forward next week.
A trio of controversial housing developments are poised to proceed in the south of Inverness despite local opposition.
Work is not expected to start on a prominent eyesore site in the centre of Inverness until at least late this year.
Revised plans for a previously controversial development in an Inverness suburb have been drawn up.
Controversial plans for homes criticised for their "Soviet style" architecture have been withdrawn.
A generous donation will enable a centre in Inverness which cares for people with dementia to get a new vehicle for collecting day care clients.
Plans to expand a major housing development on the edge of a Black Isle village have been approved.
Work is to begin within days on new flats at a prominent Inverness city centre which has lain derelict for years.
A developer is poised to finally lodge plans to create a "focal point" for an Inverness suburb years after the first homes were built.
An Inverness housing developer has pledged to invest £20million in and around the Highland capital this year.
Are you one of the lucky ones who has already bagged a home at this new Aberdeen development from Tulloch Homes?
The first reservations are being accepted this month at Tulloch Homes’ debut development in Aberdeen city centre – while at its second development, at Bridge of Don, two-bedroom apartments and three-bedroom semi-detached villas are for sale.
Councillors will decide on whether to allow new flats at two prominent sites in Inverness city centre next week after visiting both sites.
Housebuilder Tulloch Homes is planning a fresh assault on the central belt in a further move to spread its reach well beyond its Highland heartland.