Scottish Government invests £9.4 million in affordable housing for the Western Isles



81 houses of which 51 are for affordable renting are to be built with £9.4 million from the Scottish Government and £300 thousand from the local authority. You’ll see in that ratio of investment why I’m sometimes annoyed when local authorities announce comparable projects and kind of forget where most of the money comes from. This one didn’t.

4 thoughts on “Scottish Government invests £9.4 million in affordable housing for the Western Isles

  1. Redrock July 13, 2017 / 6:57 am

    Really do agree with you on this, European Union part funded projects have their boards proclaiming their participation so why can’t the Scottish Government do likewise.

    P.s Do keep up your good work it’s much appreciated.


  2. Clydebuilt July 13, 2017 / 9:09 am

    Totally O/t (Apollogies)

    O/t. Call KayE , debate on sexism in sport, a caller brought racism into the debate, pointing out that the English (mens) football team get all their games broadcast on council telly, whilst Scotlands games are not.(unless they are playing England). Is this an example of racism? the caller asked? All of a sudden KayE’s voice hardened.

    One of the few places that Scotland exists internationally is in football, it’s our national sport. BUT unless a kid’s parents can afford a Sky sports package they won’t get to see their national team playing their national sport.

    What sort personality accepts this and votes for a unionist party to keep it all going?


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