Projects

  • Enterprise Park, Forres

    The Enterprise Park Forres provides a unique and inspirational range of high quality business units over 100 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds.
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  • Connected Communities

    CnES and NHS-Western Isles use the Connected Communities network extensively to provide broadband services to over 90 sites
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  • Mareel Creative Industries Centre

    A hub for the growth and development of the creative industries sector in Shetland.
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  • John O'Groats masterplan

    As part of the Caithness and North Sutherland action plan, the John O'Groats masterplan outlines developments to redevelop the area as a first class tourism destination.
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  • Arnish Development Park

    Arnish is the development of a major manufacturing yard to support the expanding renewable energy sector.
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  • Scrabster Harbour

    A £20 million investment programme at Scrabster Harbour is securing jobs and helping to position the north of Scotland at the forefront of the renewables revolution.
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  • Nigg fabrication yard

    The Nigg fabrication site on the Cromarty Firth was successfully purchased by Global Energy Group (GEG) in October 2011 with £1.8m funding package from HIE to help transform the largely dormant site into a multi-use modern energy park.
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  • CuillinFM

    Every morning between 7.30am and 9.00am the inhabitants of Skye and Lochalsh can wake up to breakfast with community radio station Cuillin FM.
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  • North Harris Trust

    Until 2003 the 55,000 acres of the North Harris Estate, home to 700 people, was in private ownership. When the estate came up for sale in 2002, a group of islanders saw this as great opportunity.
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  • Fyne Futures

    A six acre community garden powered by an on-site wind turbine, and a fleet of kerbside collection lorries running on used chip shop oil are just two examples of the creative approach to business being adopted by Bute based Fyne Futures.
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  • Laurence Odie Knitwear Ltd

    Laurence Odie Knitwear Ltd, a manufacturing business based in Sandwick, is increasing its workforce and investing in new machinery with support from HIE.
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  • Black Isle Bronze

    Established by Farquhar Laing in 1994, Black Isle Bronze is the UK's leading bronze foundry and the largest foundry in Scotland.
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  • Copernicus Technology Ltd

    Giles Huby of Copernicus Technology Ltd, a Moray based business, talks of how HIE's support and academic collaboration has support his business' growth.
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  • Mallaig Yachting Development

    Mallaig's new yachting facility, which can provide berths for up to 48 yachts, was part funded under the Sail West project and co-financed by Mallaig Harbour Authority, HIE and The Highland Council.
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  • Loch Duart

    Loch Duart, another HIE account managed business, is an award-winning independent Scottish salmon farm based in Sutherland and the Hebrides.
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  • Handa Shellfish

    HIE is supporting two fishermen, with over 50 years experience on the seas between them, to expand their business to attract more tourists to the north west coast of Scotland.
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  • Breanish Tweed

    An Isle of Lewis family business operating in the luxury fabrics market has seen its order books grow following support from HIE.
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  • Calder Engineering

    HIE helps Thurso based engineering company successfully diversify into the offshore wind industry.
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  • Cairngorm Mountain

    Highlands and Islands Enterprise, the owner of Scotland’s busiest snowsports centre is looking for a new operator to run visitor facilities at the resort on its behalf.
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  • Horizon Scotland

    Horizon Scotland is a property owned by HIE and located at the Enterprise Park Forres, it operates as an innovation and incubation centre.
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  • Morefield Industrial Estate

    The Morefield site was purchased by the Ullapool Harbour Trust in 2009 and the mixed development of commercial and industrial units and storage facilities is due to be completed in July 2013.
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  • Project Trust

    Project Trust, a company limited by guarantee and an educational charity, is based on the Isle of Coll, in Argyll.
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  • Maximising Community Assets

    Maximising Community Assets is a programme of support which helps to develop the skills and knowledge of people actively involved in community ownership.
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  • Findhorn Bay Arts Festival

    Findhorn Bay Arts Festival Limited was formed in January 2012 with the specific purpose of creating a bi-annual arts festival.
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  • The Highlanders' Museum

    The Highlanders’ Museum is one of the largest (outside of Edinburgh) and most highly regarded military heritage museums in the United Kingdom. It has been situated within Fort George, an eighteenth century barracks complex outside Inverness, since 1964. The Fort itself receives over 66,000 visitors per annum, and the museum is one of the main attractions within the Fort. It is home to a huge archive which is used primarily for ancestry research and operated by a number of volunteers.
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  • Machrihanish Airbase Community Company

    The Machrihanish Airbase Community Company (MACC) owns and manages the former NATO airbase just north of Campbeltown in Kintyre. They have been operating for a year following a four-year acquisition effort and own 1,000 acres of land and some 200 buildings, all bought for £1.
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  • Colintraive and Glendaruel Development Trust

    Colintraive and Glendaruel Development Trust (ColGlen) was formed in 2008 and aspires to tackle a range of challenges facing the local area.
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  • Earthtime CIC

    Earthtime CIC is a unique and innovative organisation which was established in March 2011 to facilitate outdoor play and education, primarily, but not exclusively for 2-8 year olds and their families. As well as offering a nature based programme of workshops for young people, Earthtime also offer unique outdoor birthday parties, corporate outings and activities, together with a developing range of eco-friendly craft products.
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  • Pulteneytown People's Project

    Pulteneytown People’s Project (PPP) was established 11 years ago as a locally driven community response to regenerate the Pulteneytown area of Wick.
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  • Timespan

    Timespan is a cultural development organisation and a creative hub. It provides a high quality venue and programme for people locally, nationally and internationally. Its strength is building partnerships and collaborating with researchers, artists, audiences and participants of all ages and backgrounds to preserve, sustain, celebrate and amplify the unique culture of the region.
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  • Northmavine Community Development Company

    Northmavine Community Development Company is a community regeneration organisation based in the fragile area of Northmavine, Shetland, that has been in operation since the area gained Initiative at the Edge (IatE) status in 2004.
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  • Iain Dix, Inshore Fisherman

    Iain Dix is a 23 year old inshore fisherman with 7 years experience who has recently started his own fishing business and purchased his first vessel.
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  • Iain Dix, Inshore Fisherman

    Iain Dix is a 23 year old inshore fisherman with 7 years experience who has recently started his own fishing business and purchased his first vessel.
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