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Roddick Asks Scottish Government About Undoing Right to Buy Damage

Highlands and Islands MSP Emma Roddick (pictured) has asked the Scottish Government what work they are doing to support councils to buy back homes...

Bird’s Eye View as Work to Create New Homes in Evanton Progresses

Picture by Adrian Meek. An aerial photograph showing work underway to create 140 new homes in Evanton has been released. The project by the Highland Council...

70% of Scottish Homebuyers Find Problems With Properties After Buying Under Pressure

71% of Scottish house-buyers felt under pressure to buy their property quickly, 70% found property problems after they had moved in, Scottish homeowners paid...

Prominent Site in Nairn to be Given New Lease of Life

The Highland Council is working with the Nairn Citizens Advice Bureau to provide a new CAB office and IT suite along with twelve 1...

Monster Opportunity as Loch Ness Shores Goes on Sale

A caravan and camping site on the shores of the world-renowned Loch Ness – the Scottish freshwater loch with its own legendary monster –...

100,000 More Affordable Homes

Scotland’s 20-year vision for housing. Plans to deliver 100,000 affordable homes over the next decade are set out today in a 20-year housing strategy. Recognising the...

Affordable Housebuilding Should be The Cornerstone of Scotland’s Recovery

53,000 affordable homes needed to reduce housing need, including 37,100 for social rent. More than 25 organisations sign letter to Cabinet Secretary, including Shelter Scotland,...

HHA and Community Council Come Together in Drumnadrochit Housing Plan

An agreement has been reached between HHA and Glen Urquhart Community Council (GUCC) to develop the site of the old Scotmid shop in Drumnadrochit,...

Keeping Your Highland Home Cosy This Winter

Winter is just around the corner and Highland inhabitants know what that means: cold weather. The north of Scotland is always colder than elsewhere in...

Major Forest Cabins Planning Application Approved in Lochaber

Rural Economy and Tourism Secretary, Fergus Ewing, today welcomed the news that a major £12m tourism development has been given the go-ahead by The...

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