Highland Council

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At the turf cutting ceremony on the new Kilbeg housing sites are (from left) Steven Gregg, Highland Small Communities Housing Trust; Cllr Audrey Sinclair, The Highland Council; Prof Boyd Robertson, principal, Sabhal Mòr Ostaig; John Swinney, deputy first minister; Angus MacDonald, James MacQueen Bu

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A Highland community has indentified affordable housing among a number of local strategic priorities for the area. Members of Highland Council’s Badenoch and Strathspey area committee have drawn up a list of priorities in order to ensure that local needs and issues are taken into account by the co

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Work has begun on a project to turn a former medical centre in Fort William into accommodation for rent. Highland Council is working with Lochaber Housing Association on the £1.6 million project involving the Belhaven Ward, which closed in 2013.

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The Alness community is set to benefit from a new homes boost after Albyn Housing Society took handover of the first phase of its new Dalmore development. Featuring a total of 37 homes including 10 for purchase via the LIFT scheme, 12 for mid-market rent and 15 for rent with the Highland Council, th

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Calum Macaulay, chief executive at Albyn Housing Society, and Scott Pettitt, development manager at Barratt North Scotland Work has started on the first phase of a much-anticipated affordable housing development which is set to bring 51 quality new homes to the Highland capital by April next year.

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Initiatives being undertaken by The Highland Council to prevent homelessness and improve the lives of homeless people have been warmly welcomed by members of the local authority’s community services committee. The Temporary Accommodation Re-Provisioning Project aims to reduce the use of leased pri

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Cllr Margaret Davidson with Keith Brown MSP (left) and Lord Dunlop Inverness is to benefit from a major increase in the city’s homes over the next 20 years following the award of a £315 million City Deal.

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Members of The Highland Council’s resources committee have welcomed the considerable involvement and work carried out by council staff on issues relating to welfare reform and have agreed to support the potential role of local authorities as financial assessment delivery partners for Scotland’s

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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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