Highland Council

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The Highland Council has begun work on the £2.9 million development of Tweeddale in Fort William town centre. The local authority has taken possession of the key site, which has lain empty for a long period, to provide 22 housing flats for council rent. The housing development is due for completion

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Highland Council is asking its tenants for their views on how their rent should be spent over the next year. The local authority would like to hear views on the council's proposals for next year’s rent and to find out which housing services are the most important to its residents.

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Cllrs MacLennan and Murphy meet former Nurses outside the Belhaven Ward Work is due to begin preparing a site in the Highlands for a housing development project, it has been announced.

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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.

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The Highland Council is appealing to private landlords or people who own vacant houses who may be able to offer a house for rent to Syrian refugees. The council is expecting to take around 25 to 30 families from Syrian refugee camps early in the New Year as part of the UK Refugee Resettlement Progra

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Three online consultations on planning and housing issues have been launched by the Highland Council. In addition, the authority has launched a review of its main planning policy document, the Highland-wide Local Development Plan (HWLDP).

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Almost 100 Highland council houses have been found to have an unacceptable level of radon gas following tests by the local authority. The Highland Council’s community services commissioned Public Health England (PHE) last year to test around 1,150 homes at the highest risk from radon gas. Of the n

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New affordable homes could be built in the centre of Fort William after the Highland Council agreed a deal to buy surplus land from Tesco. The local authority purchased a site surplus to the supermarket’s requirements in Fort William for £2 million to make provision for a new hospital for NHS Hig

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The Highland Council has launched online consultations to discuss planning and housing issues across the region. A review of the council's main planning policy document, the Highland-wide Local Development Plan (HWLDP), is also included.

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The Highland Council has approved an innovative Community Land Use Plan designed to reverse population decline on the Isle of Rum and attract new investment to the village of Kinloch. Commissioned by The Isle of Rum Community Trust (IRCT), the plan has been produced by PAS following a significant am

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Fully assembled social homes are ready to leave the factory for Highland tenants after just three weeks of construction work, thanks to a pioneering new project. Believed to be the first of its kind in Scotland, the social housing project delivers fully assembled buildings which are ready for tenant

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New properties built to help people on low incomes own their first home have been officially opened in Ullapool by social justice secretary Alex Neil. The four one and two-bedroom flats have been made available to local house hunters through the Low-cost Initiative for First Time Buyers (LIFT) schem

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Work has almost been completed on ten new homes across two sites in Carnoustie and Inverness for Houses for Heroes Scotland. The developments are shortly to be handed over to charity Scottish Veterans Garden City Association (SVGCA) and will soon be occupied by veterans. Both projects are being deli

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