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Essential enabling works are now under way at a recently-approved housing development in Midlothian. Proposals from CALA Homes and Avant Homes to build at Mauricewood, to the north of Penicuik, were unanimously supported by the planning committee of Midlothian Council.

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A group of CALA Homes employees across Scotland are ready for the build of a lifetime as they prepare to travel to Cambodia to support in building safe homes for vulnerable families. The team has been selected to join the CALA Build 2019 team, which will travel to the Battambang province of Cambodia

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CALA Homes has commenced work on a new development to the south of the River Don in Aberdeen. The Persley Den development – which comprises a mix of 401 two, three, four and five-bedroom homes – will include apartments, townhouses, semi-detached, terraced and detached properties.

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One of the UK’s biggest housing-linked infrastructure projects is to be delivered in Winchburgh after a deal was struck between a new joint venture, the Scottish Government and West Lothian Council. Winchburgh Developments Limited (WDL), a newly-created joint venture between private equity par

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The first glimpse inside an 84-apartment development in Edinburgh described as the “most upmarket in Scotland’s recent history” has been unveiled as the homes are due for launch. CALA Homes (East) said its Crescent at Donaldson’s, taking shape in the grounds of the iconic Wil

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An appeal against an Aberdeen City Council decision to reject a planning application for additional properties at a CALA Homes site has been upheld by the Scottish Government. The housebuilder’s plans to deliver 16 homes at its Craibstone development were rejected by the local authority last y

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CALA Homes has teamed up with NHS Grampian to submit a planning application to Aberdeen City Council for a development within the former Royal Cornhill Hospital Grounds. The application outlines a proposal for the creation of 36 one and two bedroom apartments at May Baird Avenue.

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Aberdeen City Council has approved plans for the second phase of CALA Homes’ Grandhome development in Bridge of Don. The approval ushers in the creation of an additional 116 three-, four- and five-bedroom terraced, semi-detached and detached homes which will complement the first 71-home phase.

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A housebuilder is giving first-time buyers the chance to snap up properties for a fraction of the price thanks to its ‘Golden Share’ initiative. Working with the City of Edinburgh Council, CALA Homes (East) has launched a phase of affordable properties that give house hunters and first-time buye

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(from left) Keith Anderson, chief executive of Port of Leith Housing Association; Ben Macpherson MSP for Edinburgh Northern and Leith; Kate Campbell, convenor of housing and economy for the City of Edinburgh Council; Kevin Stewart, housing minister; Philip Neaves, chair Persevere Developments and Ga

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Waterfront Plaza viewed from the Ocean Terminal car park Work on a residential transformation of long-term disused land at a prominent section of Leith’s waterfront is now underway.

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The framework for the first homes in the initial phase at Maidenhill has been erected as homebuilders CALA Homes (West) and Taylor Wimpey West Scotland drive forward the brand new community in Newton Mearns. This milestone marks the completion of the initial works and access to Maidenhill, which has

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CALA Homes (West) has revealed a number of “significant” community benefits from its development at North Bar, Erskine, including a proposed new bus service. The homebuilder’s proposals represent a major investment in the long-term future of the area with the creation of 195 new terraced, semi

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CALA Homes (West) and NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde have been granted planning approval from East Dunbartonshire Council for a development of 163 private and affordable homes at the former Broomhill Hospital in Kirkintilloch. The application was unanimously approved by the planning board, subject to

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