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Laurieston Living in Glasgow could soon add more than two dozen new homes to the scope of its ongoing development. Regeneration specialist Urban Union recently submitted a planning application to Glasgow City Council which outlined plans for 28 new units.

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Many of the 50,000 new affordable homes which the Scottish Government has pledged will be delivered by 2021 will be unsuitable for disabled and elderly people, according to the government’s own research. Ministers have committed to invest £3 billion in building at least 50,000 new properties by 2

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(from left) Robert Kelso and Kevin Halpin of McTaggart Construction, Helen Graham and Mattie McGeouch of Hawthorn Housing Co-operative committee, Councillor Gary Gray and Peter Kelly of Hawthorn Hawthorn Housing Co-operative and McTaggart Construction have officially broken ground on their project t

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Work is set to get underway on the next phase of regeneration at the award-winning Laurieston Living development in the Gorbals area of Glasgow. Laurieston is one of eight Transformational Regeneration Areas (TRA) in the city earmarked for regeneration as part of the Transforming Communities: Glasgo

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View looking south from Harewood Road through north/south linear park Architects have submitted plans for the construction of 194 new homes at Craigmillar town centre on behalf of the City of Edinburgh Council’s 21st Century Homes house building programme.

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Shettleston Housing Association’s recently-completed development at Fernan Gardens continues to impress judging panels from the nation’s housing design awards. Following-on from being awarded a Commendation by the Glasgow Institute of Architects, the development, which brought £3.6 million much

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A charitable trust has lodged plans to build affordable homes as part of a proposed £25 million package of investment in Perth. Following an extensive consultation with the local community, the Gannochy Trust has made a full planning application for the development of 48 houses within the existing

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(from left) Chris Cunningham (director), Kevin Stewart (minister for local government and housing) and Gillian Johnston (chair) Shettleston Housing Association welcomed Kevin Stewart, minister for local government and housing, residents and many other guests to the official opening of its latest new

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