Modular Homes for Rural Community - The Wee House Company

Client: Mull and Iona Community Trust (MICT)

Location: Isle of Mull; Oskamull and Acharonich

Project value: £1.02M

Number of homes: 4

Property range: 2 and 3 bedroom bungalows

Project timeline: July 2020 – May 2021

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The Wee House Company, working with Mull and Iona Community Trust (MICT), and Ulva School Community Association (USCA), have designed and built four affordable houses for two locations on the Isle of Mull; Oskamull and Acharonich. Homes were constructed in the company’s Ayrshire factory before being transported to site with ready-fitted kitchens, bathrooms, plumbing and electrics. The housing is a mix of two and three bedroom houses.

Delivering affordable long-term rental homes will have a real positive impact for the local community at Ulva Ferry, including an increase in the primary school roll, and the number of working age adults to work locally which will boost the fragile local economy.

MICT Convenor, Sandy Brunton, added, “affordable housing is consistently a priority issue across Mull and Iona and this project is a really good example of community powered regeneration”.

With a wealth of experience building in remote and island communities, The Wee House Company have relished working with MICT and USCA to deliver these much needed homes for residents on the idyllic Isle of Mull.

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