Aberdeenshire Council

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New council houses were officially opened in two Aberdeenshire communities on Friday. The completion of work on 31 homes at Dales View Drive and Ruby Crescent in Peterhead was celebrated with a ribbon-cutting ceremony, while a further 26 properties were revealed in Oldmeldrum.

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The Scottish Government has overturned Aberdeenshire Council's rejection of plans to build 113 homes in Tarves, The Press and Journal reports. Councillors at the local authority refused Scotia Homes' plans last year due to concerns over the scale of the development and lack of accompanying amenities

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Police Scotland has lodged plans to build flats on Inverurie police station grounds. The force wants to build nine two-bedroom flats within a three-storey block inside land by the station on Blackhall Road, The Press and Journal reports.

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Aberdeenshire Council will hold a drop-in day at various sheltered housing locations across Aberdeenshire to celebrate Scottish Housing Day. The council is inviting the public to celebrate on September 18th by attending the drop-in events to showcase the sheltered housing accommodation and provide i

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Peterhead’s affordable housing stock received a significant boost this week with the official launch of 23 new homes by Osprey Housing Group. The nine two-bedroom flats and 14 three-bedroom houses in Lingbank Close in the town’s Upper Grange area were officially opened by housing ministe

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Aberdeenshire Council is to update its housing allocation policy to take account of changes introduced by the Housing (Scotland) Act 2014 and a move towards reducing timescales for rehousing tenants. The authority currently has around 13,000 properties for rent and plans to invest more than £1

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An additional £9 million of funding will be provided to local authorities to prevent homelessness and help people into more permanent accommodation.

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Housing provider Sanctuary Homes is on site in Portsoy to build 44 much-needed new affordable properties. (from left) Cllr Anne Stirling, Cllr John Cox, Pat Cahill, Cllr Glen Reynolds and Neil Donald

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Inverurie, Oldmeldrum and Peterhead are the latest communities to benefit from Aberdeenshire Council’s new-build housing strategy, with 63 new homes reaching completion between the three developments. A total of 26 flats and houses at Meadowside, Oldmeldrum, and 31 flats and houses at Clerkhil

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A collective of tenants, residents, registered social landlords and local authorities in the North East celebrated the launch of a strategy and action plan over lunch with social housing tenants, residents, staff and partners.

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