Compass Building And Construction Services

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The Highland Council has taken possession of a further ten new homes at Kinellan in Strathpeffer. The phased handovers of small groups of properties in the Kinellan development have added a total of twenty-one new homes to the council’s housing stock, including a range of wheelchair accessible

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A pilot scheme by the Highland Council to develop housing provision that sits as a 'stepping stone' between living entirely independently in the community and living as a resident in the Telford Centre Care Home in Fort Augustus has been completed. The Telford Centre housing development pilots a new

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Construction work to deliver 140 new homes in the Highland village of Evanton is to begin shortly following the appointment of a building contractor. Compass Building has won the contract to build the development at Thomas Maciver Street.

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GL Roofing Architectural and Cladding Systems has been awarded the roof and wall cladding contract for Phase 5a & 5b of the affordable housing development project, delivered by Albyn Housing Society, in Alness, Ross-Shire.

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A project to save one of the oldest buildings in Inverness and bring it back into meaningful use will commence next month. (from left) Gail Matheson (HHA chief executive) The Provost of Inverness Helen Carmichael, Claire Dolan (HHA development officer) and Thom Macleod (managing director of Compass

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Works are progressing at two developments by Highland Housing Alliance that will deliver more than 80 homes. Onsite building works are under way at Glenfield in Ullapool, which will see 49 homes becoming available in winter 2019, while demolition work nears completion at a 37-home project in Inverne

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Albyn Housing Society has started work on its first ever affordable housing scheme in Ardgay, Sutherland, as part of its ambitious plan to build 750 affordable homes in the Highlands by 2020. Compass Building and Construction has been appointed as lead contractor at the Drovers Square development, a

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Minister for local government, housing and planning, Kevin Stewart, visited a housing development in Inverness on Monday to mark the completion of the 750th new council home built in the Highlands since the re-introduction of the Council House Build Programme in 2010. The Kirk Brae development in In

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Kyrena MacKay and her son outside their new home at Kirk Brae in Inverness. Image by Phil Downie Councillor Trish Robertson joined staff from Highland Council’s Inverness housing management and development teams to pay a house warming visit this week to wish a tenant all the best in her new home a

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