About 60,000 homes are expected to be built in Lothian as a part of the City Deal Programme. It hopes to transform the City of Edinburgh’s housing situation by providing 25,000 extra homes by 2026, according to official estimates.
Last week’s Autumn Statement revealed the UK Government is committed to securing a multi-billion pound investment in the Lothian region, to respond to the growth in population that has recently affected the area.
David Cameron has said that he aims to help more people in the UK become home-owners. The government […]
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Over 5,000 people, 500 of these registered as homeless, are currently on waiting lists for housing. With property […]