Rural Stirling Housing Association

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The last tenant has completed their move to Rural Stirling Housing Association’s new 50 home development at Claish Farm, with the construction by Lovell now complete. Sarah and Joseph Thain receive their keys and welcome hamper from Sarah Freel (Lovell) and Mark Griffiths (RSHA) (Photo credit:

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Plans by Rural Stirling Housing Association to build 11 affordable houses have been given conditional approval by Stirling Council’s Planning and Regulation Panel. The proposed development site just outside Killearn, bounded by Lampston Road to the north east, Station Road to the north west an

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The design and construction of affordable homes in Callandar has won an award for the safety of the site’s COVID-19 arrangements, relationship with neighbouring businesses and the use of effective paving in the design. The Claish Farm site near Callandar won Silver in the Lovell National Healt

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In a welcome piece of new year cheer, Rural Stirling Housing Association (RSHA) has announced that its tenants are to be given a rent freeze. Rents won't rise in April and will stay the same for a year.

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Stirling Council has outlined ambitious plans to deliver affordable homes across the region for the benefit of all its communities. The Strategic Housing Investment Plan (SHIP) 2021/22 to 2025/26 sets out the council’s approach to invest in and deliver affordable housing throughout Stirling ov

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Rural Stirling Housing Association (RSHA) praised the endurance of its tenents during the coronavirus emergency during its AGM last Thursday. The Association pledged not to be knocked off course by the disruption caused by the pandemic and to remain “ambitious” by continuing to build hom

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Councillors from Stirling Council have approved a new £112 million housing investment plan to deliver nearly 1,000 affordable homes across the region. The Strategic Housing Investment Plan (SHIP) for Stirling sets out the council’s affordable housing priorities for the next five years.

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Rural Stirling Housing Association (RSHA) has unveiled its latest development of new homes in Doune. The development of six properties costing almost £1 million at Woodyard Court has been built in a location where a timber sawmill once stood.

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More homes are on the way for Stirlingshire following a busy year at Rural Stirling Housing Association (RSHA). The Association’s AGM, which as held in the Woodside Hotel adjacent to its offices in Doune, heard that the organisation had completed new housing at Killearn and Callander.

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