South Ayrshire Council has officially opened its latest affordable housing development. Neighbours Louise and Joan love their new homes
Thenue Housing has appointed Cruden Building to carry out a £12.7 million project in Glasgow’s East End.
A housing association which sued contractors, engineers and architects over “serious defects” in the redevelopment of a former hospital has been granted a full hearing in its £3 million damages action.
Plans for the first homes to be developed at Blindwells have been submitted to East Lothian Council. The first residential plots at Blindwells
The Cruden Group has promoted Fraser Lynes to the role of managing director for Cruden Homes (West). The development and construction group said the move reinforces the company’s expansion plans to remain firmly at the forefront of Scotland’s residential market.
Kevin Reid, chief executive of the Cruden Group, reflects on the theme of this year's Scottish Housing Day, "Housing as a Human Right". This year’s theme of Housing as a Human Right for Scottish Housing Day is an important and powerful one. Homes should absolutely be a place to provide safety
Edinburgh residents are now settling into their new affordable homes in the Western Harbour development. The new houses were built through the innovative National Housing Trust (NHT) scheme, which forms part of a wider commitment from the Scottish Government to deliver 50,000 affordable and high-qua
Housebuilder Cruden Homes is supporting this year’s Scottish Housing Day by making a donation of £100 to Shelter Scotland for every new home that is reserved this weekend.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon visited Glasgow Housing Association's (GHA) latest development of 152 affordable flats in Ibrox yesterday. The new flats are a combination of one- and two-bedroom homes, and six have been adapted for wheelchair users.
A £17.5 million development by River Clyde Homes to deliver 137 affordable rented homes at the historic James Watt Dock in Greenock is beginning to rise from the ground. (from left) Councillor Robert Moran; Kevin Scarlett (chief executive, River Clyde Homes), Stuart McMillan MSP, Marilyn Bever
A new Cassiltoun Housing Association development of 42 homes has provided employment opportunities for five local people thanks to its work with Cruden Building and Renewals Ltd. Whilst working on the Association’s Barlia 3 development, two local apprentices completed their
Cruden Group has continued its commitment to developing Scotland’s young workforce and tackling the skills shortage within the construction industry as it welcomes this year’s intake of thirteen new apprentices.
Housebuilder Cruden Homes, part of the Cruden Group, has secured planning permission to build 81 new homes as part of the first phase of the expansion masterplan at Longniddry, East Lothian.
East Lothian Council has given the green light to a number of planning applications which could deliver more than 950 homes in total. Planning permission in principle has been granted for a residential development at Windygoul South, Tranent, including open space, a sports pitch and space for the ex
Housing provider Sanctuary is on site in Inverclyde building 96 much-needed homes for social rent. Forty four flats in Greenock will complement 52 homes in Port Glasgow, a mix of houses, flats and cottage flats.