Scottish Futures Trust

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A Broughty Ferry development containing the first homes to be delivered in the Dundee area under the Scottish Government’s National Housing Trust (NHT) initiative has made it through to the final stages of the prestigious Scottish Home Awards. The Sandy Loan development has been selected as a fina

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Scotland’s councils are to invest a further £56 million in energy saving LED street lighting over the next 12 months which will help reduce their energy consumption by over 50 per cent. Of the 900,000 existing street lights across Scotland, 125,000 new LEDs have already been installed, with that

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Alex Neil Almost 900 Edinburgh affordable homes for rent are to be delivered by the National Housing Trust initiative (NHT), social justice secretary Alex Neil revealed today.

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Councillor Frances Renton and Margaret Burgess MSP officially open the new homes Minister for housing and welfare Margaret Burgess MSP visited this week Peebles to officially open new affordable homes delivered through the National Housing Trust initiative.

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New tenant Martyn Rae (left) with Lachie Macdonald (centre) the chair of Highland Housing Alliance and Darren Black (right) Martin's flatmate The Highland Housing Alliance has completed a development of new affordable flats in Inverness and handed over the keys to the tenants.

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A completed home in the Westercraigs development More than 1,000 affordable homes for rent with a total value of £146 million have now been delivered through the National Housing Trust initiative (NHT) over the last four years.

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Work has started on an affordable homes development in the Scottish Borders. An agreement was reached with developers Waverley Tweed Ltd at the end of last year for Scottish Borders Council (SBC) to acquire three flats at a long-standing gap site in Innerleithen High Street, in addition to a further

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Alex Neil Up to 160 new affordable homes will be provided in the north east as part of a Scottish Government-led initiative unveiled yesterday by social justice secretary Alex Neil.

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Mrs Burgess and Cllr Cammy Day. (Photo credit: Donald MacLeod) The Scottish Government has given the go ahead for 80 new affordable homes in Edinburgh, part of almost 1,000 homes earmarked for sites across the city.

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The first houses built for mid-market rent are set to be handed over to Aberdeenshire Council by the end of this month, councillors have been informed. The first development of 12 houses in Westhill is nearly finished with a further 12 being completed by the end of August.

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The Sailmaker Apartments in Leith, which were built by the City of Edinburgh Council and its partners, have won an esteemed industry award. The development of 145 affordable homes took the title of Best Partnership in Affordable Housing at the prestigious Homes For Scotland Awards 2015.

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An abandoned Edinburgh market that has lain derelict for 14 years will finally be redeveloped, with diggers set to move on to the site by the end of the month. Ediston Real Estate and RBS has concluded final contracts that will allow the regeneration of the 8.5 acre former fruit market site at Chess

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