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Councillor says house rent rise is ‘very small’

LOCHABER’S senior councillor says a very small rise in rents will help to ensure a continued housing service to tenants while meeting Highland Council’s legal requirements.

Andrew Baxter, Independent councillor for Fort William and Ardnamurchan, was commenting after the local authority agreed Highland housing tenants will pay a small 0.5 per cent increase in council house rents for the coming financial year 2018/19, which equates to an average weekly rise of 36p.

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