Argyll And Bute Council

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Argyll and Bute Council planning officers have approved plans to build eight new apartments at the former council office outside Helensburgh. Callum Williamson Ltd submitted plans to redevelop Blairvadach House, at Shandon. The plans will see three apartments on the ground floor, two apartments on a

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Argyll and Bute Council will invest £1.5 million of funding to further support local economic recovery from the impact of Covid. A series of measures, approved by councillors will provide ongoing support as communities across the region cope with the challenges of the current cost of living cr

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Argyll and Bute Council’s Housing Services team has had five nominations shortlisted in Shelter’s 2022 Empty Homes Awards. The annual awards celebrate the impactful and transformative work undertaken across Scotland to bring back many of the country’s 43,000 long-term empty homes.

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Mull and Iona Community Trust (MICT) has handed over the keys to another long-term rental property. Pennyghael Schoolhouse was purchased in 2021 with funding from the Scottish Land Fund, Argyll & Bute Council and Ecology Building Society, to ensure it remained a permanent home in perpetuity.

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Argyll and Bute Council has been awarded funding from the Scottish Government to help people who are in rent arrears as a result of Covid-19. The Tenant Grant Fund is aimed at providing assistance to people living in social and private housing who have fallen behind with their rent between 23 March

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Argyll and Bute’s Local Housing Strategy (LHS), outlining the council’s vision and investment priorities for the area’s housing sector, has been submitted to the Scottish Government for ministerial approval. The five-year strategy sets out the joint approach the council and its par

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Supporting tenancies, making houses more homely and providing immediate help in emergencies were just some of the real benefits that Argyll and Bute Council's Rapid Rehousing Transition Plan (RRTP) funding offered people in vulnerable situations in 2020/21. Councillor Robin Currie, policy lead for e

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More vulnerable people have been able to remain independently in their homes throughout Argyll and Bute and much-needed improvements have been made to existing private housing stock, thanks to the council-managed Private Sector Housing Grant (PSHG).

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Argyll Community Housing Association (ACHA) has just confirmed that it will be building four new homes for affordable rent in Tarbert. The new homes will be located next to the Association’s existing development at Oakhill.

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Argyll and Bute Council has detailed the progression of the Campbeltown Flood Protection Scheme. The council said that developing a flood protection scheme for Campbeltown will not only cut down on flood risk, but also deliver financial and economic benefits for homeowners and businesses by avoiding

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Argyll and Bute Council has received an additional £2.3 million from the Scottish Government’s Energy Efficient Scotland: Area Based Scheme Programme to help reduce fuel poverty in the area. The grant will be used by Argyll Community Housing Association (ACHA), in partnership with Argyll

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