CALA Homes (West) has lodged a planning application with East Dunbartonshire Council to construct a new high-quality residential-led development at Fauldhead, near Bishopbriggs. The proposals would deliver 256 new homes, including 67 much needed affordable homes, and create a vibrant new community
CALA Group has launched a Sustainability Strategy to help the business achieve its targets of building homes that are operationally net zero carbon from 2030. The strategy will see the firm reach net zero greenhouse gas emissions in line with the Scottish Government’s 2045 target and ahead of
The First Home Fund shared equity pilot scheme is launched again today to provide first-time buyers with up to £25,000 to help them buy a property that meets their needs and is located in the area where they want to live.
Barratt Homes West Scotland and CALA Homes (West) have achieved planning consent from North Lanarkshire Council to create a high-quality residential development in Stepps which will bolster the local community with essential housing options. The Gateside Farm site, near the M80, will see the constru
CALA Homes (North) has handed over a project to build dozens of new homes at the Meldrum House Hotel & Golf Club in Oldmeldrum to a new developer after deciding it "no longer fits" with the company's wider business strategy.
CALA Homes (North) has received planning approval from Aberdeen City Council for its application to build 82 properties which will form the third phase of its Oldfold Village development in Milltimber.
South Lanarkshire Council is set to add 24 new standard amenity homes to its housing stock in Jackton in a £3.5 million agreement with Cala Homes. The site is one of three affordable housing areas which form part of the wider East Kilbride Community Growth Area and is identified as a priority
Plans lodged by Barratt Homes West Scotland and CALA Homes (West) to build a high-quality residential development in Stepps, North Lanarkshire, would support more than 140 new jobs and generate an additional £34 million of gross value added (GVA) if approved, according to new research.
CALA Homes (North) has submitted a planning application to Aberdeen City Council for a further phase of its Craibstone Estate development. The application comprises plans for 123 homes, 36 of which would be apartments. This phase also includes upgrading and enhancing the existing walled garden and a