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27/1/2021
Highland Council To Discuss Expanding Assistance for Unemployment
On 4th February 2021 The Economy and Infrastructure committee of Highland Council will debate a wide ranging paper The Highland Labour Market on how to deal with the rising numbers of unemployed people in Highland.   The meeting will be web cast at https://highland.public-i.tv/core/portal/home The paper covers many aspects of how to help people find and get back into work.  
27/1/2021
Highland Council To Discuss Expanding Assistance for Unemployment
On 4th February 2021 The Economy and Infrastructure committee of Highland Council will debate a wide ranging paper The Highland Labour Market on how to deal with the rising numbers of unemployed people in Highland.   The meeting will be web cast at https://highland.public-i.tv/core/portal/home The paper covers many aspects of how to help people find and get back into work.  
25/1/2021
Council Tenant Briefing focuses on supportThumbnail for article : Council Tenant Briefing focuses on support
As we continue to deal with Level 4 temporary lockdown restrictions, more and more people are experiencing an impact on their finances and wellbeing.  The Highland Council Housing Tenant Participation team have produced a ‘Tenant Briefing' advising tenants what housing services are available, and where they can access help and support if they need it.  
25/1/2021
Fuel Support Fund For Low Income Highland Households Experiencing Fuel Insecurities - Deadline to apply 28 FebruaryThumbnail for article : Fuel Support Fund For Low Income Highland Households Experiencing Fuel Insecurities - Deadline to apply 28 February
Households in the Highland who are on low income and experiencing fuel insecurities as a result of COVID-19 can apply for a Fuel Support Fund from The Highland Council.   The £270,000 Fuel Support Fund has been set up by the Council using Scottish Government funding which can be used flexibly to alleviate financial insecurities.  
25/1/2021
Fuel Support Fund For Low Income Highland Households Experiencing Fuel Insecurities - Deadline to apply 28 FebruaryThumbnail for article : Fuel Support Fund For Low Income Highland Households Experiencing Fuel Insecurities - Deadline to apply 28 February
Households in the Highland who are on low income and experiencing fuel insecurities as a result of COVID-19 can apply for a Fuel Support Fund from The Highland Council.   The £270,000 Fuel Support Fund has been set up by the Council using Scottish Government funding which can be used flexibly to alleviate financial insecurities.  
25/1/2021
Highland Businesses Start Receiving Closure Grants - Have You Applied Yet?Thumbnail for article : Highland Businesses Start Receiving Closure Grants - Have You Applied Yet?
Businesses throughout Highland will today start seeing Closure Grant payments in their bank accounts.  The Business Closure Grant is a Scottish Government scheme, administered by The Highland Council, which gives grants of £2000 and £3000 to businesses who have had to close due to the COVID-19 protective measures introduced on Boxing Day.  
25/1/2021
Highland Businesses Start Receiving Closure Grants - Have You Applied Yet?Thumbnail for article : Highland Businesses Start Receiving Closure Grants - Have You Applied Yet?
Businesses throughout Highland will today start seeing Closure Grant payments in their bank accounts.  The Business Closure Grant is a Scottish Government scheme, administered by The Highland Council, which gives grants of £2000 and £3000 to businesses who have had to close due to the COVID-19 protective measures introduced on Boxing Day.  
22/1/2021
Hydroelectric turbine to provide STEM learning opportunity for young people of HighlandThumbnail for article : Hydroelectric turbine to provide STEM learning opportunity for young people of Highland
The Highland Council has begun detailed designs works on a major £2.5m energy project, part-funded by the Scottish Government through Salix Finance.   At a site on the River Ness, near Whin Park in Inverness, the council is preparing to install a 92kW ‘Archimedes Screw' hydroelectric power turbine.  
22/1/2021
Hydroelectric turbine to provide STEM learning opportunity for young people of HighlandThumbnail for article : Hydroelectric turbine to provide STEM learning opportunity for young people of Highland
The Highland Council has begun detailed designs works on a major £2.5m energy project, part-funded by the Scottish Government through Salix Finance.   At a site on the River Ness, near Whin Park in Inverness, the council is preparing to install a 92kW ‘Archimedes Screw' hydroelectric power turbine.  
22/1/2021
Digital presence vital for Inverness local business recoveryThumbnail for article : Digital presence vital for Inverness local business recovery
Inverness Councillors on The Highland Council's City and Area Recovery Group today discussed the importance of local businesses having an online digital presence for customer access during the pandemic and post-lockdown recovery.   Good digital access via websites and social media was the common theme raised by two speakers from Business Gateway and the Highland Food and Drink Trail in presentations to Councillors.