Bank of Scotland

Up to 50 new homes to be delivered by Cadder Housing Association

Cadder Housing Association is to invest £5.6 million to deliver up to 50 new homes at a former school site in Glasgow.

Published 4 December 2017

Tulloch Homes to target central belt developments with £20m loan deal

Tulloch Homes is to accelerate its development plans after securing a £20 million funding package from Bank of Scotland.

Published 20 October 2017

Funding secured for 130 new affordable homes in Stirling

Forth Housing Association (FHA) has announced a £13 million, three-year plan to build 130 new homes, with support from the Scottish Government and the Bank of Scotland.

Published 30 August 2017

Funding secured for 48 new affordable homes in Possilpark

Hawthorn Housing Co-operative is to build 48 new homes in Possilpark after securing a £2 million funding package from Bank of Scotland.

Published 25 August 2017

LAR Housing Trust secures ‘game-changing’ £65m funding boost

LAR Housing Trust has secured £65 million of funding to boost its portfolio of mid-market rental properties across Scotland.

Published 22 August 2017

Funding to prevent homelessness among hospital and prison leavers

Govan Law Centre has been given £100,000 from Bank of Scotland Foundation to launch a new initiative aimed at helping prevent homelessness.

Published 22 August 2017

Wheatley unveils £65m private investment deal

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon visited tenants of Glasgow’s latest affordable homes development as Wheatley Group announced it had secured a further £65 million of private investment.

Published 21 August 2017

Research finds that good neighbours do not necessarily become good friends

Thirty-two years since Neighbours was first aired on Australian TV, new research into how sociable Scots are with those living nearest in the neighbourhood has found we don’t quite live up to the lovable likes of Harold Bishop.

Published 20 March 2017

Scotland’s ‘mortgage freedom date’ slips two days

Scotland’s potential ‘Mortgage Freedom Day’, the date when the average new borrower will have paid off their annual mortgage amount if all their earnings from January 1 are devoted to mortgage payments alone, is two days later than it was last year.

Published 14 March 2017

First-time buyers ‘£860 a year better off’ than renters

New research from Bank of Scotland has concluded that first-time buyers in Scotland are on average £860 a year better off than those who rent.

Published 20 February 2017

Kirkwood Homes to expand with new credit facility

Aberdeen-based housebuilder Kirkwood Homes has announced plans to acquire six new sites in 2017 as it expands its operations to Inverness and Dundee.

Published 26 January 2017

City homes ‘becoming less affordable’

Rising house prices have driven a deterioration in home affordability in Scottish cities for a third consecutive year, according to a Bank of Scotland report.

Published 29 March 2016

First-time buyers ‘£1,440 better off’ than renters

Purchasing a property is a better move than renting for Scottish first-time buyers, research by Bank of Scotland has found.

Published 19 February 2016