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(from left) Neil Jefferson (NHBC chief operating officer); Stuart Gillespie; Garry Henderson; Ian Welsh and Malcolm MacLeod (NHBC director Scotland) Three house building site managers were crowned winners in the Scotland finals of the NHBC Pride in the Job Awards 2018 at a ceremony held at The Hilto

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CALA Homes has submitted a planning application to Aberdeen City Council for a development at 22 King’s Gate. The application outlines a proposal for the creation of 49 one and two bedroom apartments.

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(from left) Melville vice-chair David Bond, housing minister Kevin Stewart and Melville chief executive Andrew Noble Kevin Stewart, minister for local government, housing and planning, has officially opened a new affordable housing development in Bonnyrigg recently completed for Melville Housing Ass

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Revised plans to transform a former Edinburgh high school into housing have been given the green light. The City of Edinburgh Council’s development management sub-committee granted CALA Homes permission for 104 flats to be built at the former Boroughmuir High School as well as a new tenement block

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Aberdeenshire Council has approved plans for a new residential development by CALA Homes in Inverurie, heralding the first time the housebuilder has built family homes in the town. The development – located in the Conglass area, on Crawford Road – will comprise 43 four and five-bedroom detached

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CALA Homes (West) has submitted a joint planning application for a proposed new housing development at Greenan in Ayr. The homebuilder seeks to create a high quality development of 62 homes, off Dunure Road, within the previously consented site.

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CALA Homes has submitted a planning application to Aberdeen City Council for the second phase of its CALA at Grandhome development in Bridge of Don. The submission comes less than a year after work began on the housebuilder’s first phase, which comprises 71 semi-detached and terraced homes as well

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Plans for two major housing developments in the Fife village of Aberdour have been rejected by councillors. Fife Council’s west planning committee met at Dunfermline City Chambers to discuss CALA’s proposal for 85 new homes on a field at the east of the village and Campion Homes’ bid to build

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Alasdair Hughes (land buyer for CALA Homes), Neil Edgar (development manager Melville Homes) and Bob Grey (site manager, CALA Homes) CALA Homes (East) has constructed 14 new high quality affordable homes which have been seamlessly incorporated into a popular Midlothian housing development.

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A Corpus Christi Primary School pupil with CALA's Ian Conway CALA Homes (West) has earned top marks from Glasgow’s Corpus Christi Primary School after supporting its campaign to install a £90,000 state-of the-art playground.

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CALA Homes (West) has commenced its new housing development at Birnam Crescent in Bearsden. The development of 20 homes is being constructed on an area of land on Bearsden’s eastern periphery that was previously allocated for housing in the Local Development Plan (LDP).

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Russell and Yvonne MacMillan of East Renfrewshire Good Causes (centre left and right) celebrate the announcement of their partnership with Maidenhill alongside Audrey Ross, sales and marketing director at Taylor Wimpey West Scotland (far left), and Suzie Farrell, marketing manager at CALA Homes (Wes

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