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(from left) New tenants Amelia, Christopher and Jillian Lowry; Alan Hutton (Strathblane Community Council); Baillie Violet Weir; Mrs Anne Ryan; housing minister Kevin Stewart MSP; Mr Robert Ryan; Margaret Vass (Rural Stirling Housing Association); Mrs Elizabeth Mckerrell and Mrs Kathleen Crawford Ru

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Proposals have been submitted for a development of 425 homes at the Leith docklands. CALA Management has put forward its plans for Waterfront Plaza, following engagement with the widely supportive local community which led to notable amendments.

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CALA Homes has submitted plans for a development of 36 homes in an East Lothian village. Following extensive engagement with local residents and the Dirleton Village Association, the developer has sought to design the site in a manner that respects the village setting, with a host of unique, tailore

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Planning permission in principle has been granted for a 700-home development on the outskirts of Aberdeen. Initially lodged by CALA Homes (North) and Scotland’s Rural College (SRUC) back in 2014, the joint planning application also proposes commercial space and a neighbourhood centre on the Craibs

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CALA Homes has started construction work at a new 147-home project in North Berwick. The house builder’s development at Mains Farm is now underway after it received full backing from East Lothian Council following a proposal in line with its vision for much needed new homes in the area.

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Plans for the Waterfront Plaza development CALA Homes has revealed conceptual plans for around 450 - 500 much needed homes as part of a wider residential led development proposal on a former industrial dockland site in Leith.

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Planning permission has been granted for a new development of over 50 homes in Midlothian. CALA Homes said the approval for the housing development in Bonnyrigg will unlock vital investment that will safeguard the future of a historic and popular golf club.

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CALA Homes has signalled its intent to deliver much needed family homes at a site on the outskirts of Linlithgow. The firm plans to create a new community of up to 60 properties on land at Preston Farm, on the south west edge of the town.

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An area of land within Musselburgh which has been identified in East Lothian Council’s Local Development Plan will provide the location for much needed family homes, under new proposals by CALA Homes. The housebuilder will be lodging initial proposals with the local authority to create an extensio

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Animal welfare specialists in Dunfermline would receive a major financial boost if a new housing project on a former wildlife rescue centre is given the go-ahead, according to developers behind the plans. CALA Homes said the Scottish SPCA, which retains its headquarters in the Fife town, would be on

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A detailed planning application by CALA Homes to build over 200 homes at Newmills Road, Balerno, as included within Edinburgh Local Development Plan, has been submitted to the City of Edinburgh Council. The 206 properties will provide a wide variety of new homes including 68 three, four and five bed

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