Tenants move into new Dingwall council homes
The Highland Council is welcoming tenants to their new homes after the recent completion of eight council houses in Dingwall.
The site at Larch Bridge Way is made up of two and three-bed homes including two bungalows and one of the family homes have a ground floor bedroom and bathroom making it suitable for wheelchair users.
The homes were designed by architects Bracewell Stirling and the site contractor was O’Brien Properties. HGA was the project engineer and KLM provided quantity surveying services. The Highland Housing Alliance acted as development agent and Helica provided the clerk of works service.
Funding for the project came from the Scottish Government and the Highland Council.
Margaret Paterson, Ross and Cromarty civic leader and Dingwall and Seaforth Ward councillor, said: “Providing more quality affordable housing is a priority for the council so I am very pleased that families in Dingwall are now moving into their new well-designed homes.
“I am especially pleased that the needs of tenants with mobility issues have been taken into consideration and I am sure the excellent facilities will make a huge difference to these people.”