Scotland’s affordable housing supply continues to increase ahead of non-Scottish parts

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In Scottish Housing News today:

Plans to invest more than £150 million to continue the development of affordable housing across Aberdeenshire over the next five years have been agreed. The Strategic Housing Investment Plan (SHIP) outlines opportunities across the area from 2019-2024. Having been agreed by Aberdeenshire Council’s communities committee, the document has now been passed to the Scottish Government, which will provide funding for the projects. Over the course of the next five years, 2,354 homes could potentially be built across Aberdeenshire, with around 590 suitable for households with particular needs, and 73 fully accessible for wheelchair users.

http://www.scottishhousingnews.com/25106/new-aberdeenshire-plan-could-see-more-than-2350-affordable-homes-built-over-next-five-years/

As always, related posts on affordable housing:

‘Social housing: One of Scotland’s best kept secrets?’ Tell our Nomedia

92% of Scots happy with their housing!

SNP Government builds affordable/social housing at almost twice the rate of Tories in England

Scotland increasingly ‘streets ahead’ of England on affordable housing delivery

Scottish social housing more accessible and cheaper than in rest of UK

Good news on affordable housing from the Scotsman despite unnecessary quotation marks, a wee ‘despite’ and a ‘but’

Once more, an East Renfrewshire social rent housing project in Scottish Housing News forgets to credit the huge Scottish Government subsidy

 

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