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Securing jobs and homes

Looking at all the scaflolding up around Campbeltown people would be forgiven for thinking CARS is very much a construction project, but there’s a much more human element to it, as well as an economic benefit.

_e current CARS project alone has helped safeguard over 49 part-time and full time jobs. _irty three occupied _ats, that could have become uninhabitable if repairs hadn’t been carried out in time, have now been saved. Once the current projects are completed, 15 vacant flats will be available for private rental. Saving buildings has helped secure the future of 17 businesses and helped one new business – Food for fought – get ofithe ground in the former Locarno Café. Billy Brodrick, owner of

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