Argyll And Bute Council

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Link Group Ltd’s new development at Dunbeg, Oban has been officially opened by Argyll and Bute Council’s policy lead for strategic housing, Gaelic, community and culture, Councillor Robin Currie. The £3.5 million construction of 25 homes for social rent commenced in February 2015, using £1.6m

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Argyll Community Housing Association (ACHA) has completed 10 new homes in Connel near Oban. The development provides a mixture of family homes for rent and will be named after the late Harry Powell, who passed away this year and was a stalwart of the local community, giving over 50 years voluntary s

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with Connel bridge in the background, the site for 10 new homes in Connel Argyll Community Housing Association (ACHA) will move ahead with a project to build a third phase of affordable homes in a village near Oban after Argyll and Bute Council confirmed planning approval.

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Progress was made towards a new Argyll and Bute housing development yesterday. Councillors have approved a planning application for a new bonded warehouse, the first step in a distillery and residential housing development, at Polphail village, Portavadie, as well as a masterplan which will guide th

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People across Argyll and Bute are being invited to have their say on the future of housing in the area via an online survey. Argyll and Bute Council is inviting feedback on the proposed vision, priorities and actions that have been developed for the local housing strategy.

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First minister Nicola Sturgeon with Brendan O’Hara MP and Association tenants Mr and Mrs Birnie A major milestone has been reached by an advice project run in partnership with Argyll Community Housing Association (ACHA).

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Work starts on the tenement at 52 Soroba Road, Oban One of Oban’s most familiar buildings is to get a comprehensive facelift thanks to Argyll Community Housing Association.

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Argyll and Bute Council has made solid improvement but needs to build on this for the future, according to a new report from the Accounts Commission. Published today, the report by the local government watchdog welcomes progress since 2013 in the council's decision making, scrutiny, governance, and

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An Inveraray housing development that was halted* after the contractor went bust should have the homes completed within four months, the Argyllshire Advertiser has reported. The £1.7 million social housing contract at Barn Park, was awarded by Argyll Community Housing Association (ACHA) to Stewart

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Argyll and Bute Council is calling on homeowners over the age of 60 to take advantage of a Scottish Government initiative designed to help older people live independently in their own home for as long as possible. The Help to Adapt scheme encourages people to make alterations to their property now t

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Argyll and Bute Council’s Empty Homes Service has scooped a top award at this year’s prestigious Howdens Scottish Empty Homes Conference in Edinburgh for the second year in a row. The team won the category of 'Best Before and After Photo' for images of an empty property brought back into use, an

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