Highlighting procurement opportunities for local businesses and encouraging them to bid for tenders is a key part of Argyll and Bute Council’s revised Procurement Strategy.

Argyll and Bute Council today set a budget to address a £10 million+ gap in the council’s revenue budget for running services, and a nearly £30 million gap in its capital budget for infrastructure such as roads reconstruction programmes, harbour investment, regeneration projects, bridge maintenance, maintaining social care, education and Live Argyll properties, and weather recovery work.

A new initiative between Argyll and Bute Council and key community partners will deliver vital accommodation for key workers on Coll, Tiree, Mull and in the Lorn area.

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