Argyll And Bute Council

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A new initiative between Argyll and Bute Council and key community partners will deliver vital accommodation for key workers on Coll, Tiree, Mull and in the Lorn area. The move is the latest action by the local authority to tackle Argyll and Bute’s housing emergency which was declared in June

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Argyll and Bute Council is preparing to set its budget this week.  Ahead of the council setting its budget on Thursday, leader of Argyll and Bute Council, Councillor Robin Currie, said: “Councils can only spend what we can fund. We have to make choices that deliver the most benefit possib

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New funding approved by Argyll and Bute Council will help safeguard two historic Lochgilphead buildings, in the heart of the town’s Conservation Area. Councillors have given the green light to an investment of £534,955.38 to carry out essential repair and conservation work at 2-4 Argyll

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Argyll and Bute councillors have approved proposals to tackle the area’s housing emergency by using new Scottish Government powers on council tax charges. The move comes in response to a recent Scottish Government consultation that included a proposal that would enable local authorities to cha

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Vulnerable people in Argyll and Bute accessed more than £4.3 million of additional income in 2022/23 thanks to the council’s Welfare Rights Team. This is the highest annual figure ever achieved in the area and includes £534,669 for families affected by cancer, supported by the coun

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Argyll Community Housing Association (ACHA) has just completed four new homes for special needs in Dunoon. The site at Eton Avenue in the centre of Dunoon previously housed buildings which had reached the end of their useful life, and were demolished by the Association leaving the site available for

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