Aberdeenshire Council

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As organisations across the country mark Scottish Housing Day today, Aberdeenshire Council is highlighting its Empty Homes Advice and Information Service that aims to bring more properties back into use. Scottish Housing Day takes place today promoting messages about housing options and dispelling m

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Work being undertaken to bring Aberdeenshire Council properties back into use was discussed at the latest meeting of the local authority’s communities committee. The matter was raised as part of an update on housing performance highlighting the latest figures for re-let times for homes, and the wo

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(from left) Housing minister Kevin Stewart, James Knowles - chairperson at Langstane Housing Association and Helen Gauld – chief executive at Langstane Housing Association Langstane Housing Association has made an addition to its affordable housing provision with the delivery of 15 new-build homes

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Aberdeenshire Council’s latest new-build development has been completed with 16 affordable homes in Inverurie now ready for occupation. The development at North Street, a mix of one and two-bedroom flats for rent, was handed over to the council by contractor Bancon Homes, which designed and built

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A developer has launched an appeal to the Scottish Government in a bid overturn Aberdeenshire Council’s decision to reject its plans for almost 250 new homes. Barratt North Scotland had proposed to deliver 247 homes on Fordoun Road in Laurencekirk.

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A partnership of North East social landlords is holding a house party event tomorrow to allow all residents in Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire to speak to a host of organisations about a range of housing related issues. NETRALT (North East Tenants, Residents, Landlords Together), which includes Aberdeen

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(from left) Glenn Adcook, Osprey chief executive; Emma Bugden with Sophia; John Forsyth and housing minister Kevin Stewart Housing minister Kevin Stewart has officially opened the second phase of a popular Aberdeenshire development for Osprey Housing.

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Proposals to build 247 new homes in Laurencekirk have been rejected by Aberdeenshire Council. Councillors on the Kincardine and Mearns area committee cited concerns of housing density and the layout of roads for the plan at Fordoun Road.

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A north-east MSP has called on the Scottish Government to do more to help Aberdeenshire Council build more homes after new figures revealed that local authority has spent almost £7 million putting homeless people into temporary accommodation in the last six years. The statistics, which were release

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Planners have set out a timetable for the production of a new Aberdeenshire Local Development Plan (LDP), which provides a planning blueprint for the area. Just months after the adoption of the current plan, work has started on the pre-planning phase of a four-year project to produce the next one.

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