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CALA Homes (West) is urging local charities, community groups and organisations to apply for their share of its £15,000 community bursary as the deadline date for applications approaches. The bursary programme which is running across Glasgow, East Dunbartonshire and Lanarkshire is drawing to an end

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Proposals to transform the old Boroughmuir High School to create 87 mezzanine apartments and 28 affordable homes have been rejected by the City of Edinburgh Council. Councillors on the city’s planning committee rejected advice from their own officials, who had earmarked the designs for approval, t

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CALA Homes (West) has commenced work on its development of 101 homes at Mansionhouse Road in Langside. The development – which comprises one-, two- and three-bedroom flats and a penthouse collection across three separate buildings – will be constructed sympathetically in a way that complements t

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(from left) Louise Dunn, marketing manager, CALA Homes (West); Andrew Duncan, senior land manager, CALA Homes (West); Gordon Craig, finance director, CALA Homes (West) and Liana Canavan, sales & marketing director, CALA Homes (West). Picture credit Martin Shields CALA Homes (West) has launched a

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Detailed plans for a brownfield development of 125 homes at Gullane’s former Fire College have been submitted by CALA Management Ltd. Central to the proposals is the sensitive renovation of the landmark Henderson House, as well as on-site provision of 31 high-quality affordable homes which will be

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CALA Homes has been named the UK’s Best Medium Housebuilder of the Year at the prestigious Housebuilder Awards 2016. The Edinburgh-headquartered developer collected the accolade at a glittering, black tie event in London’s InterContinental O2 Hotel an industry ceremony in London last week.

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CALA Homes has unveiled plans to build over 100 more homes in the Cults area of Aberdeen. The housebuilder said the Craigbank development, which will launch next spring, will bring 119 homes to the area, including three, four and five bedroom detached, semi-detached and terraced homes, and a number

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Plans to create more than 100 homes in Aberdeen moved forward this week after a section 75 agreement was signed between developers CALA Homes and Aberdeen City Council, the Evening Express has reported. Section 75 agreements are used to secure vital funding for infrastructure such as roads and schoo

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Housebuilder CALA Group has announced its fourth consecutive year of record profits despite gross margins falling as a result of the “challenging” market. Revenues rose 15 per cent to £587.1 million and pre-tax profits rose 18 per cent to £60.1m as the group celebrated “significant” award

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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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