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Community Housing Scotland (CHS) was commissioned by the Isle of Gigha Heritage Trust to carry out a survey of housing and community needs. The purpose of this survey was to inform further operational and development plans, and to help establish if there is demand for future new housing and a community hub facility on Gigha.

Gigha survey results - there were 54 responses to the survey, representing 132 people. 91% said they permanently reside on Gigha. This is a high response and a good representation of the community’s views.

IGHT have now appointed Collective Architecture to work with the community to take forward plans for a new housing and hub development. The proposal includes 4 x 2-bedroom houses and a central community hub space.

2 of these houses will be designedfor the elderly, while the other 2 units will be designed for younger people on the island.

All 4 houses will be let at affordable housing rent levels and be economic for tenants tooccupy. This housing is addressing needs identified on the island, including helping older residents stay on the island and younger people be able to rent their first home and continue working on Gigha. 







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