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Angus Housing Association has been given the green light to progress the delivery of 42 new homes on the site of a former Dundee primary school. An investment of up to £5 million will see a mix of 30 houses and cottage flats for the affordable rental sector, managed by Angus Housing Association, as

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Plans have been submitted to develop 199 new homes for mid-market rent in Leith on behalf of Link Housing Association. Delivered in partnership with Cruden Homes and the Teague Group, the 7N Architects-designed homes will be located on brownfield land at Salamander Place between Leith Links and the

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East Lothian Council has granted planning permission for 107 homes at Aberlady. The proposed development is to be delivered by Cruden Homes on land owned by Wemyss and March Estates.

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(from left) Thenue’s chief executive Charles Turner; Kevin Stewart MSP, Councilor George Redmond, convenor of development and regeneration services at Glasgow City Council and Owen Stewart, chair of Thenue Housing A multi-million housing boost for Bridgeton in Glasgow’s East End was unveiled by

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Ian Smith and Councillor McAveety at Dunira Street, Tollcross Tollcross Housing Association has celebrated the start of work on a new £8.5 million project that will provide 47 new high quality affordable flats and houses for rent as well as a new office.

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Link Group has started work on a £5.4 million affordable homes development in Lennoxtown. The 32 homes for social rent and 12 homes for New Supply Shared Equity will consist of two-bedroom bungalows (designed to meet the needs of wheelchair-users), one- and two-bedroom flats, and two- and three-bed

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Councillor Frank McAveety and Loretto director Cathy Fallon join Shamila and Abdul Mohamed in their new home in Eriboll Crescent A Loretto Housing tenant has praised her spacious new-build home for helping to bring her family closer together.

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First Minister Nicola Sturgeon joins Councillor Frank McAveety, local elected members, staff from the Glasgow City Council, the Scottish Government, contractors Cruden as well as Wheatley Group and GHA tenants and staff to mark the start of work at Hinshelwood Drive, Ibrox Work has started on 150 ne

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Gill Henry (left) and Nicola Barclay will be utilising their skills to support vulnerable communities during a week-long ‘Women’s Build’ in Mumbai this month Two of the best known female faces in Scotland’s home building industry are in the midst of final arrangements as they prepare to fly

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Plans for 32 affordable homes have been submitted to Dundee City Council on behalf of Home Group. Developer Cruden Homes hopes to build the properties on the site of the former Longhaugh Neighbourhood Centre at Pitkerro Road.

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(from left) Gillian Whitehead, area manager; Robert Leitch, project manager; Brian Lafferty, head of business, (all North Lanarkshire Council); Local member, Councillor Agnes Coyle; convener of housing, Councillor Barry McCulloch; Local member, Councillor Tom Curley; Local member Councillor Michael

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