EIGHT buildings,with repairs costing £3 million,have been included in a bid for funding to restore and maintain Inveraray’s built heritage.
In an application to Historic Scotland’s Conservation Area Regeneration Scheme (CARS),Argyll and Bute Council identified eight buildings deemed ‘priority projects’.
The buildings are:Relief Land,Arkland,the former Temperance Hotel,Chamberlains House,The Avenue Arch,the former school and community hall,and the court house.
Calling on Historic Scotland for a £1 million grant,the council will be required to match fund the project,attracting other streams of funding,whilst Argyll Community Housing Association (ACHA) will make funds available to invest in its own housing stock.
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