Lochalsh & Skye Housing Association

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Dualchas Architects has submitted plans to build 16 affordable homes at Dunvegan on the Isle of Skye, including a possible four self-build plots. The joint venture between the Highland Council and the Lochalsh and Skye Housing Association will deliver rural homes for rent close to Dunvegan Prim

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Outgoing Lochalsh and Skye Housing Association chief executive Lachie Macdonald has spoken of his 35 years at the organisation during which he oversaw its growth from four homes to almost 800. The Lochalsh and Skye Housing Association was established on 21st March 1983. On 1st April 1986, Lachie was

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Lochalsh & Skye Housing Association has announced the appointment of Neil Clapperton as its new chief executive following the imminent departure of its current chief executive Lachie MacDonald after 35 years’ service. Mr Clapperton brings a wealth of career experience over m

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Highland Council and other Highland Housing Register social housing landlords have launched a consultation seeking feedback on the proposed changes to the way they allocate their houses and the way people access housing.  The Highland Housing Re

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Housing partners throughout the Highlands are asking tenants to have their say on proposed changes to the mutual exchange policy. Highland Council is proposing to update the criteria used to make decisions on mutual housing exchanges, which help around 180 households move each year. 

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Seven affordable housing providers across the Highlands are urging tenants claiming Universal Credit to update their claim this April 1 to ensure their entitlement covers their annual rent increase for the year ahead. Those who fail to do so will face a shortfall in their housing entitlement, p

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Highland Council has approved plans for six new three-bedroom houses on a common grazing tenanted by the Stenscholl crofting township, the first such development in almost two decades. The new homes will be delivered by Staffin Community Trust (SCT) in partnership with the Highlands Small Communitie

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(from left) Gail Ward, Highland Council; Fiona Munro, Albyn project Co-ordinator (with scarf); Liberty Bligh, Libertie Project; Ley-Anne Forsyth, Cairn Housing and Amanda Gregory, Highland Council A programme focusing on money saving solutions rolled out across the Highlands has helped local residen

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