Scottish Borders Council

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The keys to Berwickshire Housing Association’s latest modern affordable homes at Acredale in Eyemouth have been given to the tenants moving in to their new homes. The new form the third phase of BHA’s new house building at Acredale, providing 30 new homes and contributing to the much nee

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Borderers are being urged to get their bids in for a share of over £300,000 to improve local communities. Individuals and groups have until 5pm on February 28 to submit their applications for the latest round of the Localities Bid Fund.

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Springfield Properties has been granted planning permission for 57 new affordable homes in the Scottish Borders. Scottish Borders Council has approved the developer’s proposals to build 57 homes just off Main Street in Chirnside next to the playing fields.

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Where new homes and businesses can be built and how further town centre regeneration can take place are just two of the questions the Borders public are being asked as part of an upcoming Scottish Borders Council (SBC) consultation. As part of the development of a new Local Development Plan in 2021,

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Scottish Borders Council has agreed to provide financial assistance to Waverley Housing to enable a large scale regeneration of Upper Langlee in Galashiels. The estimated £21.5 million housing-led project, which focuses on Beech Avenue, Hawthorn Road, Larch Grove and Laurel Grove, will see 115 new

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Eildon Housing Association has been awarded up to £1.8 million to enable the development of 39 extra care homes in Galashiels after its projected bill was increased by the discovery of asbestos on the site. Eildon Housing is currently seeking planning consent for the new development at Langhaugh, h

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Scottish Borders Council is to explore the potential of merging with NHS Borders to create a single public authority for the region. The proposals would see the combined council and health board take charge of 9,000 staff and more than £400m in public funding.

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Scottish Borders Council is undertaking a survey to help it understand the housing needs and aspirations of young people from across the region, including those currently living outwith the Borders. The survey is looking to find out if young people’s needs are currently being met, what could be do

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Eildon chairman Trevor Burrows (left) joins Councillor Rowley to cut the ribbon Councillor Mark Rowley, Scottish Border Council’s executive member for business and economic development, cut the ribbon to mark the official opening of Eildon Housing Association’s latest development at Roxburgh and

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Berwickshire Housing Association’s vision of creating thriving rural communities continued apace as work started on a new affordable housing development in Chirnside. The 25 unit development at The Glebe/Glebe Place will be a mix of housing types suitable for individuals and families on what was p

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