A housing development in Stirlingshire that has brought 50 new affordable homes to the local area has won a national award, with the partners behind the plans believing it could be a blueprint for other parts of Scotland. Built by Lovell for Rural Stirling Housing Association, Claish Farm, just outs
Rural Stirling Housing Association
A new affordable housing development in Croftamie is a step closer to being built. Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park planners have approved a Matters Specified in Conditions application by Rural Stirling Housing Association for 14 two-storey houses, cottage flats and semi-detached units on gra
The last tenant has completed their move to Rural Stirling Housing Association’s new 50 home development at Claish Farm, with the construction by Lovell now complete. Sarah and Joseph Thain receive their keys and welcome hamper from Sarah Freel (Lovell) and Mark Griffiths (RSHA) (Photo credit:
Plans by Rural Stirling Housing Association to build 11 affordable houses have been given conditional approval by Stirling Council’s Planning and Regulation Panel. The proposed development site just outside Killearn, bounded by Lampston Road to the north east, Station Road to the north west an
Councillors from Stirling Council have approved a new £112 million housing investment plan to deliver nearly 1,000 affordable homes across the region. The Strategic Housing Investment Plan (SHIP) for Stirling sets out the council’s affordable housing priorities for the next five years.
Rural Stirling Housing Association (RSHA) has unveiled its latest development of new homes in Doune. The development of six properties costing almost £1 million at Woodyard Court has been built in a location where a timber sawmill once stood.
Fiona Maguire has been appointed as the new asset and development manager for Rural Stirling Housing Association. Ms Maguire has taken up the newly created post as the housing association undertakes a significant programme of building homes.
Fifty new affordable homes are to be built in Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park after plans were given approval by the National Park Authority. The homes will be built on land at Claish Farm in Callander, one of the most expensive areas to buy a home in Scotland, and managed and owned by
Housebuilder Mactaggart & Mickel has secured approval for 88 new family homes in Drymen, of which a significant number will be affordable properties for rent and possibly sale.
Open Day offers Callander subcontractors chance to find out about Claish Farm housing development opportunities
Local tradespeople are being invited to attend a special Open Day to find out about opportunities for subcontracted work on a new 50 unit housing development at Claish Farm in Callendar. Taking place between 10am and 3pm on August 16 at Forth Valley College in Stirling, the Open Day is being organis
The first ever affordable housing development in the village of Killearn has been handed over to tenants by Rural Stirling Housing Association. Local MSP Bruce Crawford formally opened the twelve new homes for rent at the Aitken Street and Wilson Crescent development at a celebration ceremony.
Twenty-two new homes are now in the pipeline for Balmaha due to an innovative approach to tackling the issue of the lack of affordable rural housing. Planning permission has been granted to Rural Stirling Housing Association to build 20 affordable and social rented homes on land allocated for housin
Stirling Council will work with partners to build more than 700 new affordable homes over the next five years. Communities in Cornton, Cultenhove, Raploch and in a number of rural settlements will all benefit from the creation of more social rented houses, while affordable housing will also be provi
CALA Homes (West) has submitted a planning application to Stirling Council for a proposed housing development in Kippen. The housebuilder is proposing a development of 31 homes on the Oakwood site, which is allocated for housing in the adopted Stirling Local Development Plan 2014.
Artist’s impression of the proposed homes courtesy of John Gilbert Architects Rural Stirling Housing Association has responded to claims that its plans to build affordable homes on the banks of Loch Lomond will “devastate” the famous West Highland Way long-distance walking route.