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Veterans housing completes in Carnoustie & Inverness

June 8 2015

Veterans housing completes in Carnoustie & Inverness
Scottish Veterans Garden City Association, a charity tasked with supporting disabled war veterans, has taken possession of ten new homes at two sites in Inverness and Carnoustie.

Delivered in partnership with Graham + Sibbald and local authorities the work saw delivery of five home sin Carnoustie designed for affordable rent at a cost of £500k.

In Inverness a further five homes have been provided, comprising four semi-detached properties and one detached house.
David Ross, construction partner at Graham + Sibbald, said: “These latest developments are part of a larger scale project across Scotland with Houses for Heroes and I am delighted that we are at handover stage on two of the sites. We have also started construction on a number of properties in Lanarkshire which should be completed in the summer.”

A separate project is underway in Wishaw with a site in Motherwell set to get underway in March.


welcome home
#1 Posted by welcome home on 8 Jun 2015 at 13:45 PM
how homely, painting a wheelchair sign and hatching on your drive - not labeling/stigmatising residents at all....
Class act these designers...
Auntie Nairn
#2 Posted by Auntie Nairn on 8 Jun 2015 at 15:07 PM
The image above must be the Inverness scheme, link to the Carnoustie Scheme:-
Not the best, pretty mundane, and blank wall to the main road - at least the existing Camus House had some mature landscaping to the street.

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