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Aberdeen-based construction firm CHAP Group has initiated work on a new £19 million student accommodation project in Dundee. The project is being developed by Maven Capital Partners, alongside Glenmore Group and supported by Axiom Project Management, CAG Architects, Indev Consult and Hutcheon

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A new affordable housing development in Fraserburgh is to be named after one of the town’s most famous sons, iconic fashion designer Bill Gibb. At a meeting of Aberdeenshire Council's Banff and Buchan Area Committee earlier this month, councillors unanimously agreed to name the flats on the co

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Castlehill Housing Association has taken delivery of 24 flats at Deer’s Den, Kintore. Located on the west side of Kintore, the flats comprising 18 one-bedroom and 6 two-bedroom affordable rented homes were built by CHAP Construction.

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Work has started on three new council housing developments as part of Aberdeen City Council’s flagship 2,000 new council houses building programme. (from left) Councillor Marie Boulton (convener, capital programme committee), John McHardy (business development director, Robertson Con

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Ayrshire charity CHAP, which helps people with debt, welfare and housing challenges, has noted a marked rise in people asking for information and assistance around Christmas. The government’s advice to ‘stay home’ during the pandemic saved many lives but ongoing uncertainty continu

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Building is underway at Angus Council’s new housing development in Mayfield Terrace, Arbroath, which will see 14 one-bedroom council flats being made available for affordable rent.

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New council houses were officially opened in two Aberdeenshire communities on Friday. The completion of work on 31 homes at Dales View Drive and Ruby Crescent in Peterhead was celebrated with a ribbon-cutting ceremony, while a further 26 properties were revealed in Oldmeldrum.

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Inverurie, Oldmeldrum and Peterhead are the latest communities to benefit from Aberdeenshire Council’s new-build housing strategy, with 63 new homes reaching completion between the three developments. A total of 26 flats and houses at Meadowside, Oldmeldrum, and 31 flats and houses at Clerkhil

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Four Aberdeenshire communities are the latest to benefit from the local authority’s new-build housing strategy with 50 new homes for rent being completed across the developments. A total of 22 flats and houses at Lyall Terrace, Laurencekirk, were recently handed over to Aberdeenshire Council b

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