Bancon Homes has been shortlisted as a finalist for five 2023 Scottish Home Awards, the winners of which will be announced in June. The nominations are in the following categories:
Last week marked the handover of keys to the Highland Council and Nairn Citizens Advice Bureau of twelve 1 and 2-bed flats for council rent and a CAB office/IT suite below the flats in Nairn centre.
Bancon Homes has received planning permission for the next two phases of homes at its Overton Gardens development in Strathaven.
Plans to build more than 500 council homes on the northern edge of Aberdeen are progressing after Bancon Homes gained sign off for a number of planning conditions from the local authority. Since gaining planning permission in principle last November for the development at Cloverhill, immediatel
Luxury homebuilder Bancon Homes has been shortlisted as a finalist for three awards in the highly regarded Scottish Home Awards 2021, the winners of which will be announced in September. The nominations are for its Lochside of Leys development in Banchory where it is a finalist in the House of
Bancon Homes has been accredited with a ‘Gold Award’ and ‘Outstanding Award’ for customer satisfaction. The awards, run by specialist market research company In-house Research Ltd, are based purely on customer feedback.
Homebuilder Bancon Homes has obtained planning approval for the second phase of new homes to be built at its Lochside of Leys development in Banchory.
Caledonia Housing Association has appointed Bancon Construction to commence the third and final phase of its development in the village of Woodside, near Coupar Angus in Perthshire.
Aberdeenshire-based Bancon Construction has secured a batch of new contracts valued at more than £25 million, including work at housing developments in Dundee, Nairn and Inverness. In Inverness, Bancon’s newest £9m contract is for a housing development at Stratton Farm, on the outs
Bancon Homes is to expand its operations into the central belt for the first time with a development of four and five-bedroom homes in Strathaven. Under planning permission granted by South Lanarkshire Council, the company’s new 'Overton Gardens' development will be located off Glassford Road
Housebuilder Bancon Homes has obtained planning approval for the next phase of homes to be built at Maidencraig South.
Work to deliver 43 affordable homes on the site of a former primary school in Dundee is now under way, Abertay Housing Association has confirmed. (from left) Barry Moore, chief executive of Abertay Housing Association (AHA); Ron Neave, vice chair of AHA; Kath Mands, chair of AHA; Dawn Kane, business
A new development of up to 99 homes and retail space could be created at Milltimber under plans submitted to Aberdeen City Council.
Aberdeenshire housebuilder Bancon Homes is targeting more new business in the Central Belt after unveiling plans for its first development outwith the North East of Scotland.
Bancon Homes has submitted a planning application to Aberdeenshire Council for the second phase of new homes at its prestigious Lochside of Leys development in Banchory.