Argyll Community Housing Association (ACHA) has just completed four new homes for special needs in Dunoon. The site at Eton Avenue in the centre of Dunoon previously housed buildings which had reached the end of their useful life, and were demolished by the Association leaving the site available for
Heritage bridge works specialist Spencer Group has completed a complex and unique temporary walkway on an iconic bridge near Oban ahead of major work to replace the deck. Spanning Loch Etive, the Grade B-listed Connel Bridge links the villages of Connel and North Connel.
Dal Riata Distillery Ltd has secured planning permission from Argyll & Bute Council to establish a £4.5 million multi-purpose development alongside Campbeltown Loch. The venture will include a distillery, museum, visitor centre, and retail outlet, creating about 20 jobs for the local commu
Work is progressing on giving piers and harbours in Argyll and Bute a makeover as part of a £9.2 million investment by the council to support island and rural communities with marine links to the mainland and/or central belt.
Engineering consulting group COWI has been awarded a contract by renewable energy company Drax to provide consultancy services to support works in advance of the Front-End Engineering Design (FEED) of the expansion of an existing pumped storage hydro-electric generation station located beneath Ben
Scottish Water’s latest solar power scheme is helping to protect the coastal community of Oban from the effects of climate change. The installation of 556 roof-mounted solar photovoltaic (PV) panels at Tullich Water Treatment Works (WTW) on the outskirts of the town is now complete.
A community initiative to support local business in the Isle of Mull has obtained a grant of up to £250,000 from Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE). The project, with a total value just shy of £1 million, is being led by the Mull and Iona Community Trust (MICT), with additional backi