ACHA Completes Major Housing Development in Oban
Argyll Community Housing Association has just completed its 107 new homes development at Glenshellach in Oban.
The 7 year project completed in 5 phases has a mixture of flats, semi-detached, detachedand terraced houses to meet a variety of different needs, including large mainstream family accommodation and housing for special needs and amenity housing. The development cost just over £15million and was delivered through a funding partnership of the Scottish Government, Argyll and Bute Council and ACHA. The development was scheduled to be completed at the end of March this year but has been delayed until now due to lockdown related to Covid 19.
Alastair MacGregor, ACHA’s Chief Executive commented
“We are delighted to get over the finishing line with the last 12 properties in our Glenshellach new build completed. It has been a struggle getting there but we would like to thank everyone who pulled together to get the houses ready and to get our new tenants in.”
He further added
“This has been ACHA’s biggest new build development in Oban and it adds to our housing stock in the town in a way which meets a variety of different needs.”
The new build was completed by MacLeod Construction of Lochgilphead and at any one time 70 tradesmen were employed on the project over its 7 year duration.
The last houses handed over in ACHA's new build development at Glenshellach, Oban