Hha

1-15 of 59 Articles
Clock icon 2 minutes

Public views are now being sought regarding a masterplan to create approximately 400 homes and a commercial opportunity in Milton of Leys. A planning application is being brought forward by Hazledene Ltd, Park Lane and Highland Housing Alliance to develop the currently vacant 25.2-acre site.

Clock icon 2 minutes

A masterplan to create approximately 400 homes and a commercial opportunity in Milton of Leys has been outlined. Property group Park Lane, acting on behalf of site-owner Hazledene, and not-for-profit developer HHA have submitted a proposal of application notice (PAN) to Highland Council demonstratin

Clock icon 1 minute

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

Clock icon 2 minutes

HHA, the Inverness-based not-for-profit property development company, has submitted a planning application to Highland Council to create 15 new homes in Drumnadrochit.

Clock icon 4 minutes

A significant affordable housing development, delivered by HHA and Cairn Housing Association, has officially opened, contributing towards the Scottish Government’s drive to deliver upwards of 50,000 new homes by the end of 2021. Kate Forbes, cabinet secretary for finance and the economy, joine

Clock icon 3 minutes

Inverness-based not-for-profit property development company HHA has agreed a multi-million-pound funding arrangement with Scottish Widows and the Scottish Government which secures the tenancies of more than 160 mid-market rental (MMR) properties across the Highlands for the next 25 years.

Clock icon 1 minute

A dozen new homes for mid-market rent are being made available in Avoch by not-for-profit development company HHA. The three-bedroom homes at Memorial Field are due to be completed in early summer and prospective customers have a deadline of 30 April to register interest.

Clock icon 2 minutes

Members of the Highland Council’s Caithness Committee have approved additional funding for a project to bring new life to the site of a former derelict building on Wick High Street. In September last year, the Scottish Government announced extra funding through the Town Centre Fund as part of

1-15 of 59 Articles