Eildon Housing Association

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Plans have been submitted to Scottish Borders Council for the former Kelso high school, to be converted into homes for the elderly and affordable housing. Planners wish to convert one of the town's more recognisable landmarks into a facility holding 34 extra care apartments for older people. Develop

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Eildon Housing is to undertake an “exciting” new building project which will deliver warmer, cheaper, affordable homes while also considering the future of house building and its impact on the environment. The Association is investing millions of pounds as part of its strategy to make su

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Eildon Housing Association has pledged to unveil alternative proposals to develop new affordable homes at Tweedbridge Court in Peebles after its initial plans were rejected by the Scottish Government. The Association had acquired and demolished vacant buildings at the site and submitted plans to Sco

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Eildon Housing Association has welcomed planning approval for two Borders developments which will provide more than 90 new affordable homes. Working with Edinburgh-based Hart Builders, the Association will deliver 63 affordable homes in a second phase of development at Newtown St Boswells and at Hud

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Eildon Housing Association has been awarded up to £1.8 million to enable the development of 39 extra care homes in Galashiels after its projected bill was increased by the discovery of asbestos on the site. Eildon is currently seeking planning consent for the new development at Langhaugh, however f

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Social Justice Secretary Alex Neil with Phil Caroe, Allia's director of social finance; Colin Connell, development director at Persimmons Partnerships; Jim Whiston, director of Ayrshire Housing Association, Nick Pollard, Kingdom Housing Association director of finance; Sandy Dennison, finance manage

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Eildon Housing Association is set to invest about £2.6 million in its Scottish Borders housing stock over the next three years. The social landlord, which has over 2,200 properties in the area, is seeking expressions of interest in two major contracts as part of a stock investment programme.

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