Argyll and Bute Council



MP opens Argyll Community Housing Association’s 30th new build home in Connel

Brendan O’Hara, MP for Argyll and Bute, has opened new Argyll Community Housing Association (ACHA) homes in the village of Connel on the outskirts of Oban.

Published 4 December 2017

Argyll and Bute residents invited to submit views on future development

Residents are being encouraged to submit their views on how future development should look in Argyll and Bute.

Published 28 November 2017

Argyll Community Housing Association opens eight new homes in Oban

Argyll Community Housing Association (ACHA) has just completed eight new family homes in Oban.

Published 20 November 2017

Over 760 new affordable homes planned for Argyll and Bute

Argyll and Bute Council has revealed plans to build more than 760 new affordable homes in the next five years.

Published 9 November 2017

ACHA opens first new build homes on the Island of Coll

Argyll Community Housing Association (ACHA) has officially opened its first new build homes on the Island of Coll.

Published 13 October 2017

Argyll and Bute Council to host housing surgeries in Bute and Cowal

Argyll and Bute Council is hosting events in Dunoon and Bute this month to enable members of the public to get information and advice on housing issues.

Published 13 September 2017

Link completes new development for social rent in Luss

Link Group Ltd’s development at Beinn Dubh View in Luss has been officially opened by Councillor Robin Currie, Argyll and Bute Council’s policy lead for communities, housing, islands and Gaelic.

Published 5 September 2017

Big game for Grenfell arrives in Argyll

The biggest football game in Argyll for many years kicks off this afternoon at the Lochgilphead Joint Campus, between teams from Argyll and Bute Council and Argyll Community Housing Association.

Published 28 July 2017

Game on for Grenfell in Argyll

Housing services from across Argyll will come together on the football pitch to help those who lost their homes in the Grenfell Tower tragedy.

Published 14 July 2017

Businesses and homes saved by ambitious buildings restoration

Businesses and homes have been saved, and new jobs created in Campbeltown with the completion of an ambitious £350,000 buildings restoration project.

Published 7 July 2017

Former Islay police station given new lease of life as affordable housing

Islay residents will soon have more affordable housing options, as major renovation work to convert the former police station in Port Ellen into six self-contained one bedroom and studio flats gets underway.

Published 5 July 2017

Campbeltown restoration project wins UK award

An Argyll and Bute Council project to save an historic Campbeltown tenement from the brink of demolition has received a UK National Empty Homes Award for the work.

Published 27 June 2017

Grant to help make Argyll and Bute homes more energy efficient

Argyll and Bute Council is giving householders the opportunity to make their homes more energy efficient as a result of the Scottish Government’s Home Energy Efficiency Programmes for Scotland: Area Based Scheme (HEEPS: ABS).

Published 20 June 2017

Campbeltown restoration project triumphs in national empty homes awards

An Argyll and Bute Council project to save a semi-derelict and vacant tenement building in Campbeltown town centre from demolition and bring it back to life has won two awards in the National Empty Homes Awards 2017.

Published 25 May 2017

Link Group’s Dunbeg ‘masterplan’ of 600 affordable homes approved

Argyll and Bute Council has approved Link Group Ltd’s 'Dunbeg Development Corridor Masterplan' of 600 new homes.

Published 2 May 2017