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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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One of last year’s winners, Building Futures, with Louise Dunn, marketing manager of CALA Homes (West), far right CALA Homes has unveiled the community groups, charities and local organisations across Scotland which will receive a share of its 2018 community bursary pot which totals £45,000.

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A residential development off Craigton Road in Cults by CALA Homes (North) has been recommended for approval from Aberdeen City Council. The collection of 19 homes will also allow the completion of the new Friarsfield link road, a key piece of infrastructure for the local area set out in the Friarsf

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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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(from left) Dave Stanbrook (CALA - senior sales manager), Rebecca Perry (CALA - group CSR manager), Lewis Hailstone (CALA - apprentice site manager), Maria Aspinal (CALA - sales consultant) Local charities, organisations and projects across Midlothian and East Lothian looking for a share of a combin

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CALA Homes (West) has commenced a new housing development at Birdston Road on the southern edge of Milton of Campsie. The Fin Glen development – which comprises 43 detached homes – will be constructed to complement the area’s existing features on a 3.2 hectare site to the north of Lillyburn Nu

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Organisations and projects across the West of Scotland looking for the chance to receive a share of £15,000 as part of the CALA Homes Community Bursary scheme are being urged to get their applications in before the closing date of March 23. Now in its second year, the scheme aims to provide support

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Residents campaigning against plans to deliver more than 400 homes on the University of Strathclyde’s former Jordanhill campus have lost their legal action to stop the proposal at the Court of Session. CALA Homes (West) gained planning permission from Glasgow City Council to develop the 31-acre in

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CALA Homes (West) has welcomed a Notice of Intention to allow an appeal and grant permission on its proposed development at Meadowburn, Bishopbriggs. The decision from the Planning and Environment Appeals Division (DPEA) means that East Dunbartonshire Council’s planning board’s original decision

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Local charities, schools and good causes across the West of Scotland could receive a share of £15,000 thanks to the CALA Homes Community Bursary being launched this week. Now in its second year, the scheme aims to provide support for a wide range of organisations and projects. In 2017, 118 good cau

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Angus Murray, construction director at CALA Homes (West) (left) alongside Brian Henderson, production director at Taylor Wimpey West Scotland Homebuilders CALA Homes (West) and Taylor Wimpey came together to break the ground and start works at the development of a new £150 million community at Maid

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CALA's Ravelrig Heights development in Balerno Housebuilder CALA Group has set a new long term target of building over 3,000 units a year after revealing it is on track to deliver a sixth straight year of record revenue and profits.

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