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£3.1m Ayr housing development unveiled

September 12 2016

£3.1m Ayr housing development unveiled
Ayrshire Housing has unveiled a £3.1m development of 22 flats on Ayr’s King Street, a key route into the town centre.

Designed by John Gilbert Architects Cross Gait is arranged around a central courtyard and has been built to high standards of energy efficiency with an emphasis on air tightness, insulation and sustainable materials.

Each home has access to a private glazed balcony for airing clothes and relaxation as well as mechanical heat recovery ventilation systems.

South Ayrshire Council’s depute provost Mary Kilpatrick said “… the partnership with Ayrshire Housing is really important to the Council in reducing the long waiting lists for housing. I’m sure that these houses will become delightful homes for the new tenants”.

Built by Ashleigh the homes will be made available at affordable rent courtesy of a Scottish government grant and a loan from Allia, managers of an affordable housing bond.
Tenants will benefit from high standards of insulation
Tenants will benefit from high standards of insulation

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