Green light for sustainable homes

A brownfield site in Inverness that has lain derelict for over 15 years will be transformed to provide 100 sustainable homes, backed by Scottish Government funding, Highland Housing Alliance has purchased the Glendoe Terrace site in Merkinch near the city centre – with £1 million finance from The Highland Council and £530000 Vacant & Derelict Land funding provided by the Scottish Government. The plans were unveiled by the First Minister as he joined Housing & Communities Minister Alex Neil and local councillors to see the finishing touches being made to Scotland’s Housing Expo – hosted by the Highland capital and expected to attract around 30000 visitors from across the country.

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