The next phase of a 700-home masterplan at Scone North has been unveiled with new plans lodged for 217 properties.
Edinburgh-based SB Architects has submitted a planning application on behalf of housing developer A & J Stephen for the first phase of their residential masterplan in Brechin.
Perth and Kinross Council has unanimously approved a development of 85 homes in Pitlochry.
Caledonia Housing Association is releasing nine new homes in Perthshire this week as part of its shared equity scheme that gives more people the opportunity of buying a new home without being required to fund the entire cost.
Perth-based developer A&J Stephen has submitted plans for the second phase of a 700-house development in Scone. The application, first submitted to Perth & Kinross Council on April 9, details plans to construct 58 new homes on the H29 North Scone site.
Perth-based housebuilder A&J Stephen has announced plans to build a development of up to 85 homes near Pitlochry. The agricultural Port-naCraig site on the south side of the River Tummel would be connected to the town with new infrastructure for vehicles and pedestrians if approved.
Fife Councillors have approved plans submitted by A&J Stephen's to create a new western gateway in Cupar.
Plans to build a new western gateway for Cupar are set to be recommended by Fife Council next week.
A Perth housebuilder has launched a campaign to protect the humble hedgehog.
The first phase of a 700-home development on the northern edge of Scone has narrowly gained planning approval.
The first Scottish-only builder to receive a five star rating in an annual Customer Satisfaction Survey has been announced. Perth-based A&J Stephen joins the ranks of other UK “five star” companies following extension of the initiative north of the border in November last year.
Perth-based housebuilder A&J Stephen has warned it expects to lose money in the current financial year due to delays in development sites coming forward. The family firm, which currently has developments in Perth, Glenfarg, Inverness and the outskirts of Aberdeen, trebled its profits last year.
A&J Stephen has submitted plans for the first phase of a housing development on the edge of Scone. The developer wants to build the first 42 homes on the west side of the Scone North site, which will eventually be home to 700 new properties.
Perth councillors have approved plans for 50 new affordable homes for sale on a 10-acre plot near the southern edge of the city, the Evening Telegraph reports. A&J Stephen won outline planning consent for the development five years ago and has now received approval from Perth & Kinross Counc
Homes previously delivered by A&J Stephen Housing plans which will more than double the size of a Perthshire village have won support from councillors.