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Highland Council is to consider plans for a new multi-million pound golf course at Castle Stuart Golf Links by summer 2018, with the creation of 20 jobs.
Highland Council is to consider plans for a £13m upgrade to Inverness Retail Park, including three new restaurants, which could create up to 180 jobs.
Highland Council is looking to recruit 140 additional nursery staff, in order to increase its childcare provision by August.
Highland Council is to consider plans for the expansion of the Eastgate Shopping Centre in Inverness, including a cinema and up to 220 jobs.
Highland Council is to approve plans from Kishorn Port to develop an offshore energy fabrication facility at its site in Wester Ross, with the creation of up to 2,500 jobs.
Highland Council is considering a number of options to consolidate its 12 offices in Inverness and eight in Dingwall into fewer sites.
Highland Council has awarded outline permission to the Cawdor Maintenance Trust for a £70m development near Nairn, including a golf course, hotel and 300 homes.
Highland Council has selected Parklands Highland as preferred bidder for a £5m project to take over and replace two care homes in Muir of Ord and Tain.
Highland Council has announced plans for a £3.5m investment in improvements to the Sconser ferry terminal on Skye.
Highland Council is to receive plans from CWP to develop a £15m supermarket for a major unnamed chain at Fort William's shinty ground, with the creation of 300 jobs.
Highland Council has approved plans from City Centre Estates Leisure to set up a £1m egg farm at Upper Smerral.
Highland Council is to consider plans from Jacobite Cruises for the development of a new £2.5m harbour and visitors' centre at Brackla on Loch Ness.
Highland Council is to consider plans from Northern Energy Developments to build a £20m wood-fired energy plant in Invergarry.
Highland Council is to consider plans from Nairnside to convert a chicken farm at Clephanton into a fish processing plant, with the creation of up to 150 jobs.
Highland Council has approved plans from Ardmuir Developments to build a 98-bedroom £8m hotel in Inverness by summer 2010.
Highland Council is considering plans to build a network of three waste incinerators in Caithness, Inverness and Skye, at a cost of more than £70m.
Highland Council has unveiled plans to invest £21m in the development of five new care homes in Caol, Burnside in Inverness, Grantown, Muir of Ord and Tain.
Highland Council is considering plans to set up a new £15m Highland museum and art gallery, and three potential sites in Inverness have been identified.
Highland Council is to consider plans from the Fort William Waterfront consortium for a £80m waterfront scheme in Fort William, including a 100-bed, three-star hotel and 350 homes.
Highland Council is to help fund the development of a £1.5m artificial white water canoeing course in Fort William by the Fort William Tailrace Development Group.
Highland Council has held talks with Jacobite Cruises about proposals for the £3m development of a new tourist attraction at a derelict lighthouse on the north shore of Loch Ness.
Highland Council is expected to work with local businesses and development agencies on proposals for the multi-million pound transformation of Wick's waterfront, including a five-star hotel, a marina and a water sports centre.
Highland Council is to consider plans from Praban na Linne for the development of a £3m all-Gaelic distillery and visitor centre on the Isle of Skye.
Highland Council is to consider plans from Tulloch Dounreay for the development of a £20m leisure and business complex at Upper Dounreay Farm in Caithness, including hotels, a swimming pool and self-catering apartments.
Highland Council has approved plans from the National Trust for Scotland to build a new £7m visitor centre at the historic Culloden battlefield by February 2007.
Highland Council is to consider plans for the development of a £20m golf course at Castle Stuart, including a 57-bedroom hotel, 36 self-catering apartments and 200 new jobs.
Highland Council is considering plans for the development of a £8m historical research centre next to Inverness Cathedral, in order to benefit from rising interest in genealogy.
Highland Council is considering plans from the Rennie MacKintosh Group for the development of a £6.5m six-storey three-star hotel in Inverness city centre.
Highland Council is considering the possibility of relocating its Inverness headquarters to a new site on the edge of the city centre.
Highland Council has approved plans from CRE Energy to build a £20m wind farm with 17 turbines near Dornoch Firth.
Highland Council is to consider plans from Inverness Estates for a £320m business, retail, housing and industry development to the east of Inverness.
Highland Council is considering plans from Fairways Developments to build a £3m shopping centre at the Culduthel Farm development in Inverness.
Highland Council is to consider plans from Inverness Estates for the development of a £30m retail park on the outskirts of Inverness.
Highland Council is to consider plans from the Wind Energy consortium to build a large wind farm with 500 turbines on the Morvern and Adnamurchan peninsula and on the isle of Mull.
Highland Council has approved plans from Highland Light & Power to build two hydroelectric power stations in Wester Ross.
Highland Council is to consider plans from Cliffs Legacy Club of the US for the development of a £20m upmarket holiday resort at Aldourie Castle, near Dores, with the creation of 50 jobs.
Highland Council is considering plans from Macdonald Estates for the development of a £20m DIY and garden centre at the former Inverness Precast Concrete site in Inverness, which could create up to 250 jobs.
Highland Council has approved plans from Amec to build a £30m 27-turbine onshore wind farm in Skye.
Highland Council is to consider plans from RDC Scotland for the development of a £15m wind farm with 14 turbines near Dunvegan on Skye.
Highland Council has approved plans from a Tulloch Construction-led consortium for the £30m redevelopment of the Aviemore Centre, including a new supermarket and 140 houses.
Highland Council has announced a £7.8m project to build a car ferry terminal on the Hebridean island of Eigg, which will be operated by Caledonian MacBrayne.
Highland Council is to consider proposals for the development of a £30m cultural quarter in Inverness, including arts, entertainment and music venues, to support its bid to become European Capital of Culture in 2008.
Highland Council is considering proposals for the £10m transformation of Fort Augustus Abbey into timeshare units and a visitor attraction.
Highland Council has received plans from Tulloch for the development of a £15m Vincero Productions film studio and visitor centre near Inverness, and work is due to start in March.
Highland Council is to consider revised plans from Tulloch for the £30m redevelopment of the Aviemore ski resort, including 140 homes, a hotel, a Tesco supermarket, chalets, a bowling alley, an ice-rink and a swimming pool.
Highland Council is in discussions with Aberdeen-based TVP Film & Multi Media about plans to develop a £30m film studio in Inverness, and details are expected to be announced next month.
Highland Council is to receive plans for the £35m redevelopment of the Aviemore ski resort in October, and members of the consortium behind the project include Tulloch, Macdonald Hotels and Bank of Scotland.
Highland Council is to relocate its harbours and ports service from Inverness to Lochinver, in Western Sutherland, by April.
Highland Council is to support a design competition to seek proposals for the £30m redevelopment of Fort William's waterfront into a major new tourist destination.
Highland Council is to consider three alternative proposals from Ferguson Transport, Boyd Brothers, and Clydeport Operations for the development of new port facilities near Fort William.
Highland Council is to consider plans from Robertson Group of Elgin for the construction of a £10m movie studio in Inverness, as part of a £100m project that would also include housing and a hotel.
Highland Council has awarded a £2.9m contract to George Prior Engineering of Hull to build a car ferry to link the Ardnamurchan Peninsula with the rest of Lochaber.
Highland Council has given outline planning permission to Kinloch Base for a £3m project to convert the former Kishorn fabrication yard in Wester Ross into an oil supply depot and rig decommissioning centre, which could create 600 jobs.
Highland Council has agreed the sale of land at the site of the former Glebe Street swimming pool in Inverness to builders Upland Tulloch for the construction of a £10m hotel and conference centre, which will create 100 jobs.
Highland Council is expected to receive a planning application from Vincero Productions of Aberdeen for the construction of a £6m film studio and museum of the moving arts in Inverness, creating about 50 jobs.