Cruden Group

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Tenants at Eildon Housing’s Extra Care development, Wilkie Gardens in Galashiels, witnessed the ‘big reveal’ of a beautiful mosaic map situated at the entrance to their building. Created by local artist Joy Parker of WASP Studios, Selkirk, and part-funded by a community benefits pr

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Work is progressing well on a new council housing development in Larkhall. A total of 38 new homes are being built on Avon Road in the town, with a mixture of flats, bungalows, terraced and semi-detached homes.

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The Cruden Group is streamlining its governance structure with new group board appointments following the integration earlier this year of its two separate construction businesses to form Cruden Building (Scotland), which operates alongside its sister business Cruden Homes. To ensure that the b

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Technology-enabled housing within a ground-breaking housing and care development in the heart of Blantyre won the award for Excellence in Health and Wellbeing at the CIH Scotland Excellence Awards 2022. South Lanarkshire’s Health and Social Care Partnership have been working in collaboration w

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The Cruden Group has seen its turnover increase by 29 per cent to £247.7 million and profit before tax increase to £4.9 million, according to its latest financial results. The residential and construction business said it had delivered "a 23rd consecutive year of profitable trading with

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Cruden Building has been appointed by Midlothian Council to deliver 72 affordable homes at Conifer Road in Mayfield. The new homes will form part of a wider project being developed by Cruden Building and Midlothian Council comprising a total of 265 new homes within the local community.

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Cruden Building has been appointed to three separate multi-million-pound procurement frameworks to address local housing challenges across Scotland. Each of the frameworks work in partnership with public sector bodies to deliver high quality affordable and sustainable housing with a focus on bringin

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7N Architects has lodged an updated planning application for four residential plots in the City of Edinburgh Council’s regeneration project at Fountainbridge. The project is being developed in partnership with Cruden Homes East (Ltd) and Buccleuch Property.

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With over 65s set to account for a quarter of our population in 20 years, Steven Simpson from Cruden Homes believes we need to plan ahead to shape the future of housing to meet this growing mature market. In just 20 years from now, a quarter of the UK population will be aged 65 or over. That&rs

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An official sod cutting ceremony has been carried out in Earlston to mark the start of a £12.5 million new affordable housing development. Cruden Building, part of the Cruden Group, is building 64 energy-efficient new homes on behalf of Eildon Housing Association. This development contributes

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Hub South East has introduced a new Tier 1B Construction Contractor Supply Chain for public sector bodies in Edinburgh, the Lothians and Scottish Borders. Following a robust selection process undertaken earlier in the year, which included public sector clients and Scottish Futures Trust representati

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East Lothian Council and its partners has taken ownership of an initial ten properties at the Blindwells site, with a further 11 due to be handed over later this month and the remaining 39 due to complete this financial year. The homes were built by Cruden Homes and are a mix of two, three and four-

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New contracts valued at just under £1.8 million have been awarded to Irvine-based Andrew Wright Windows by Cruden Building. The nine separate contracts combined involve the manufacture and supply of more than 3,500 windows and doors for housing developments across central Scotland. This includ

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Proposals for another ‘net zero’ housing development that forms part of the City of Edinburgh Council’s £1.3 billion Granton Waterfront regeneration project have been granted approval by city planners. The major milestone follows the start of construction work at the £7

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