Argyll And Bute Council

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People across Argyll and Bute who have completed developments in the past three years can enter the council’s third sustainable design awards. Recognising, promoting and celebrating examples of exceptional design quality, the awards give developers the opportunity to have their work endorsed by pl

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A Scottish charity is offering the chance for people to live in new build affordable homes in a community forest in Argyll. Kilfinan Community Forest Company (KCFC) is initially offering two homes and two self-build plots in a community-owned forest in Tighnabruaich with the hope of offering more in

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Excavation work begins in Glenshellach, Oban Argyll Community Housing Association (ACHA) has got the go ahead to build 27 new homes for rent in Oban and Connel.

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The amount of money that Argyll and Bute Council will need to save over the next few years is less than it had previously expected, the council has said. The local authority’s savings targets have been reduced to between £21.7 million and £26m, following updated budget estimates. This means a sa

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The Scottish Government has awarded Argyll and Bute Council funding to deliver a range of energy efficiency measures to households in Islay. The Home Energy Efficiency Programme for Scotland: Area Based Scheme (HEEPS: ABS) includes a range of measures – including internal and external wall insulat

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Hayley Ramsey and Councillor Aileen Morton, Helensburgh Central, cut the ribbon to open ACHA’s new homes at Duchess Court Argyll Community Housing Association (ACHA) has completed its first new build housing in Helensburgh.

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