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An ambitious 94 affordable homes project, which is creating a new community at Edinburgh’s Leith Fort, has been named as affordable development of the year at this year’s Homes for Scotland awards. The £11.5 million housing project, which has been developed through a partnership and is co-owned

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Port of Leith Housing Association (PoLHA) and the City of Edinburgh Council have been shortlisted for a Scottish Home Award for the new development at Leith Fort. The ambitious development, including 94 affordable homes, is in the running to clinch the large affordable housing development of the yea

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Sanctuary Homes has been given the go-ahead to redevelop the former Victoria Infirmary site in Glasgow. Glasgow City Council’s planning applications committee has granted planning permission to create 413 new flats, plus offices and retail units, on the site in the city’s Langside.

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Sanctuary Homes has submitted its masterplan, planning application and listed building application to redevelop the former site of Glasgow’s Victoria Infirmary. Developed by Glasgow-based Collective Architecture following a comprehensive community consultation, the proposals include the creation o

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Partick Housing Association has started work on its latest project to provide much needed affordable homes in the heart of Partick, by transforming the site of the former St Peter’s Primary School. Iain Nicolson, chair of the Association’s investment committee, said: “There is a real shortage

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First Minister Nicola Sturgeon visits GHA tenant Marilyn Cunningham at her new home, alongside GHA chair Bernadette Hewitt (right) First Minister Nicola Sturgeon visited tenants of Glasgow’s latest affordable homes development as Wheatley Group announced it had secured a further £65 million of pr

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A stable block which was home to dozens of working horses in Glasgow is to be turned into flats for mid-market rent. GHA, part of Wheatley Group, is behind the multi-million pound plans which will save – and breathe new life into – the Bell Street Stables in the Merchant City, a category B-liste

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Dundee City Council has approved plans to build 163 homes on the site of two former multis in the city’s Hilltown area. The development by Robertson Partnership Homes, on behalf of the council and Hillcrest Housing Association, will see 123 flats and 40 houses built on land where the Bucklemaker a

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Plans to build more than 150 homes on the site of two former Dundee multis have been recommended for approval. Councillors on Dundee City Council’s development management committee will discuss a proposal to build 163 residential units on land where the Bucklemaker and Butterburn Court blocks stoo

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Battlefield Road’s Nightingale wings will be retained as part of the project A local design team has been appointed to create a housing vision for Glasgow’s former Victoria Infirmary.

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Plans have been submitted for up to 166 new homes on the site of the former Derby Street multis in Dundee. Brought forward by Collective Architecture and Robertson Partnership Homes, the scheme aims to recreate the street patterns of the Victorian era with the creation of two blocks of accommodation

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