Highland Housing Alliance

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A mix of properties for social and mid-market rent will soon be available at the Pinefield housing development located in Carrbridge. The Highland Council has taken ownership of a number of properties from the contractor Tulloch Homes. The five properties which will soon welcome new residents includ

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In an exclusive for Scottish Housing News, Gail Matheson, CEO at HHA, highlights her concerns about the proposed Housing Bill for mid-market rent developers. A sense of dismay was shared across a swathe of developers and housing operators working within Scotland’s housing industry when the Hou

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Springfield Properties has signed a new contract worth £15.3 million for the delivery of affordable housing for Highland Housing Alliance (HHA). Supported by funding from the Scottish Government, The Highland Council, and the Highland City Region Deal, the contract will see high-quality and en

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At the Struan development (from left) Front: Cllr John Bruce, B&S chair, Cllr Russell Jones, Cllr Muriel Cockburn, convener THC, Cllr Bill Loban, Compass - Paul Cowie. Back: Angela Matheson (THC project manager), THC - Faye Dyer, Compass - Peter Hunter, Robert Tewnion (Image credit: Th

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Property group Hazledene and not-for-profit developer HHA have secured planning permission from The Highland Council to deliver a mixed-use development in Milton of Leys, near Inverness. Located to the south of the city, the 25.2-acre development is near the A9 interchange and has been managed by Gl

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A housing development at Dulnain Bridge in Badenoch & Strathspey has reached a key milestone as the Highland Council and Highland Housing Alliance (HHA) proceeded with the official handover of the properties. With a range of two-to four-bedroom homes available across the site, the demand for the

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A new development of homes in Broadford on the Isle of Skye is set to be launched for private sale through a Priority Purchase Scheme. Being delivered by Inverness-based contractor Compass Building and Construction Services, the eight homes are located within the Campbell’s

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Up to £25 million is being made available to help councils identify affordable homes for key workers in rural communities. The five-year initiative, set out in the Scottish Government’s priorities for the next three years, will enable local authorities and registered social landlords to

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The history of 51-53 Castle Street in Inverness is being celebrated after the sympathetic restoration of the building was completed to create eight new homes and a new commercial unit for the city centre.

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