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£29m for projects in Ross and Cromarty a sign of 'significant investment', says senior Highland councillor

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“SIGNIFICANT” investment in major projects in Ross and Cromarty was hailed by a senior councillor.

The Ross and Cromarty area committee this week heard that more than £29 million has been allocated for capital projects in Ross-shire in the current financial year – up more than £7 million on the previous 12 months.

Committee chairwoman Fiona Robertson said: “This programme delivers significant investment in a range of key projects across Ross and Cromarty. We are investing in schools, roads, bridges, flood prevention schemes and housing that will help the economy grow and which will benefit our local communities.”

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