Gail Matheson, Highland Housing Alliance; Cllr Janet Campbell; Cllr. Bet McAllister; Highland Council leader Cllr Margaret Davidson and minister for local government, housing and planning, Kevin Stewart, at the new homes at Raining's Close The Highland Housing Alliance (HHA) led housing minister Kev
A new housing development has been completed in the Black Isle village of Muir of Ord as Cairn Housing Association delivers on its commitment to build 400 new houses over the next five years. Ten affordable new homes, comprised of two and three bedrooms, were built at Corry Road by Urquhart & Co
Proposals submitted by Capital Developments in December last year Highland councillors have approved proposals for the redevelopment of a vacant corner block in Inverness into a modern retail and residential building.
The population of the Highland village of Evanton could potentially double in the coming years after councillors approved plans for a 160-home development and were informed of another 150 new homes in the pipeline. Building firm Makar Limited is to build the mix of semi-detached, terraced and town h
The Highland Council has agreed to use City-Region Deal funding to part fund new mid-market housing projects throughout the Highlands. The affordable housing projects will be developed by Albyn Housing Society and Highland Housing Alliance in Ullapool, Fort William, Alness, Inverness, Aviemore, Gran
Capital Developments Ltd has submitted a planning application for a new residential and commercial development in Inverness in partnership with the Highland Housing Alliance and the Highland Council. The development at 79 Academy Street will add to the regeneration of a gateway to the city centre to
Highland Council leader, Councillor Margaret Davidson cuts the turf at Drumnadrochit for new housing with (left to right) Calum Macaulay CEO Albyn Housing Society; Thom Macleod, Compass Construction director and Gail Matheson CEO Highland Housing Alliance Compass Construction has started work on the
(from left) Gail Matheson, chief executive of Highland Housing Alliance, Steven Paterson, More Homes Division co-ordinator, John McHardy from Highland Council and Willie Gray, managing director of William Gray Construction at the Raining’s Stairs site, Inverness The Highland Housing Alliance (HHA)
Plans to build 10 new affordable homes in the Black Isle have been given the go-ahead by the Highland Council. Area planning committee members meeting in Inverness this week approved the Cameron Crescent development in Munlochy, the Press & Journal has reported.
New tenant Martyn Rae (left) with Lachie Macdonald (centre) the chair of Highland Housing Alliance and Darren Black (right) Martin's flatmate The Highland Housing Alliance has completed a development of new affordable flats in Inverness and handed over the keys to the tenants.
A completed home in the Westercraigs development More than 1,000 affordable homes for rent with a total value of £146 million have now been delivered through the National Housing Trust initiative (NHT) over the last four years.