Barratt Developments

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Douglas McLeod Barratt Developments Scotland is to deliver more than 2,500 new homes across the country following its acquisition of 14 new sites for development, with another 10 new sites in the pipeline.

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Barratt Homes will be the latest developer to invest in homes at Aberdeen’s newest town of Countesswells, following its acquisition of almost nine acres of land at the community. The housebuilder joins Stewart Milne Homes and Kirkwood Homes at the location, which has been backed and accelerated by

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Plans to build 250 new council homes in West Lothian have taken a step forward after a number of locations for future development were agreed by the local authority. A total of six sites have been identified to accommodate the new homes, which will go towards the council's aim of developing 3,000 af

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A string of Scottish housebuilders have achieved the maximum five star rating from the Home Builders Federation (HBF) following an independent customer satisfaction survey. The HBF Star Rating Scheme awards builders stars for customer satisfaction, based on homeowner feedback in an independent surve

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A developer has launched an appeal to the Scottish Government in a bid overturn Aberdeenshire Council’s decision to reject its plans for almost 250 new homes. Barratt North Scotland had proposed to deliver 247 homes on Fordoun Road in Laurencekirk.

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Over 500 new homes will be built across two sites in Inverurie after councillors approved plans for the developments, The Press & Journal has reported. Malcolm Allan Housebuilders had submitted a fresh application for 416 homes and a small office and retail development at Portstown.

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Douglas McLeod Barratt Developments has delivered a £298 million boost to the UK economy over the past year, building 1,708 new homes in Scotland and supporting around 5,000 jobs over the period, a new report has revealed.

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Critics of the Scottish Help to Buy scheme have called for the policy to be scrapped after an investigation revealed just three high volume housebuilders have received around £189 million in subsidised mortgages between them. Freedom of information (FOI) data obtained by investigatory journalism pl

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