West Highland Housing Association

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Four years after embarking on an ambitious project to deliver four affordable homes at Ulva Ferry on the Isle of Mull, Mull and Iona Community Trust (MICT) handed over the keys to the new homes on Wednesday.

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West Highland Housing Association (WHHA) has appointed Oban-based Neil McGougan Ltd as the new contractor for its £4 million major works programme. The works will include the replacement of 150 kitchens, 400 bathrooms, 90 windows and doors and 150 heating upgrades.

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Link Group’s development in Dunbeg has benefited from £8 million of funding delivered by Allia Impact Finance through a Scottish Charitable Bond. The loan will be used to partially fund Dunbeg Phase 3, which will deliver 300 properties with 261 for social rent and 39 for Shared Equity.

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Representatives from Link, Argyll and Bute Council and West Highland Housing Association (WWHA) welcomed the minister for local government and housing for Scotland, Kevin Stewart, to a sod cutting event at Link’s Dunbeg development in Oban this week. The event marked the start of construction

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Six apprentices from Argyll Community Housing Association worked in partnership with three apprentices from West Highland Housing Association to take part in a five-day course with the Outward Bound Trust at Loch Eil, Fort William. The apprentice-specific course was designed to help them build their

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The work of West Highland Housing Association over the past year has been celebrated at its AGM. Dougie Mackie, chair of West Highland, welcomed former Dunbeg Primary School headteacher, Sine MacVicar, as well as West Highland members to the AGM.

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Link Group Ltd’s development at MacVicar Court, Dunbeg has been shortlisted for the ‘Best affordable housing development (rural and suburban)’ at the Inside Housing Development Awards 2017. The only Scottish nominee in the category, MacVicar Court comprises 25 homes for social rent including o

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A document which sets out Argyll and Bute Council’s shared vision and investment priorities for the area’s housing sector over the next five years has been submitted to the Scottish Government for ministerial approval. The Local Housing Strategy was developed in partnership with the Scottish Gov

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