Aberdeenshire Council

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Aberdeenshire councillors are being asked to back a plan to increase rents on council houses to tackle a major waiting list for council homes in the area. In plans going before Aberdeenshire Council’s social work and housing committee next week, councillors are being asked to back a plan to increa

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Plans have been submitted for a 1,500 home development on the outskirts of a North-east village. The Aberdeen Evening Express reports that CHAP Group has lodged an application with Aberdeenshire Council for the new properties at Park Quarry near Drumoak. As part of the 1,500 homes scheme, 500 will b

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Aberdeenshire Council has accepted a tender to complete a low-energy affordable housing development in Fraserburgh which temporarily stalled earlier this year. The council terminated its contracts with Dundee-based Muirfield (Contracts) Ltd after the company went into administration.

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Revised plans to transform part of Inverurie Loco Works into a hostel have been narrowly approved by councillors. Malcolm Allan Housebuilders first revealed plans to create two hostel style accommodation blocks, mainly for offshore workers, late last year.

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A new £5 million extra care housing complex for adults with learning disabilities was officially opened last week by Aberdeenshire Provost Hamish Vernal. The building situated on St James’s Place, Inverurie, just across from Inverurie Hospital, incorporates 24 self-contained apartments with assoc

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Aberdeenshire Council has accepted a tender from Bancon Homes to complete a £3 million affordable housing development in Inverurie which temporarily stalled earlier this year. The council terminated its contracts with Dundee-based Muirfield (Contracts) Ltd after the company went into administration

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A new organisation set up to deliver mid market housing in Aberdeenshire is to acquire its first homes next month. Aberdeenshire Council agreed to lend funds to Create Homes Aberdeenshire to enable the purchase of 24 affordable housing units from Stewart Milne Group at the developers Westfield site

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Alex Neil Up to 160 new affordable homes will be provided in the north east as part of a Scottish Government-led initiative unveiled yesterday by social justice secretary Alex Neil.

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Plans for a 400-home development on the edge of Stonehaven have been withdrawn by Stewart Milne Homes. The Mains of Cowie scheme, to the north of the Aberdeenshire town, would have included a school, petrol station and community facilities.

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The first houses built for mid-market rent are set to be handed over to Aberdeenshire Council by the end of this month, councillors have been informed. The first development of 12 houses in Westhill is nearly finished with a further 12 being completed by the end of August.

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