Aberdeenshire Council

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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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The Scottish Government has paved the way for the development of 121 homes in a coastal Aberdeenshire village. Barratt North Scotland had planned to deliver 109 houses and 12 flats on a site near Park Place in Newtonhill. A quarter of the properties are for affordable housing.

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A decision on plans by the Trump Organisation to build hundreds of new homes in Aberdeenshire has once again been delayed by the local authority. Aberdeenshire Council said a planning application for 550 homes at the Menie Estate, near Balmedie, will now be considered later this year following the r

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