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Gairloch bungalows ready for new tenants; Highland Council says new homes will help people with mobility issues

By Hector MacKenzie

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Some of the new bungalows in Gairloch.
Some of the new bungalows in Gairloch.

THE completion of new bungalows for rent in a Wester Ross village has been welcomed by Highland Council.

The local authority has taken possession of the eight new bungalows for people with mobility issues to rent at Gairloch Ginn Park.

Two of the new homes are fully wheelchair accessible and the other six are suitable for tenants with varying needs.

They were designed by Bracewell Stirling and the contractor was Compass.

Funding for the project has come from Highland Council and the Scottish Government.

All of the flats will be for rent by the council to people on the Highland Housing Register.

Highland Council said today that tenants will be moving in shortly.

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