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Housebuilder Springfield Properties has completed a further 25 homes at its Muirhouse development in Edinburgh in partnership with Dunedin Canmore. A mix of one bedroom cottage flats and two-bedroom terrace homes have been handed over to social housing providers Dunedin Canmore, part of the Wheatley

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Craigmillar sites 19 and 20 CCG (Scotland) Ltd is continuing to deliver affordable housing for Edinburgh with a sustained focus in the East of the city where the firm is currently building 111 new affordable homes as part of the first phase of the Craigmillar Town Centre Masterplan on behalf of Dune

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The installation of the first timber superstructures marks an important milestone in the construction of a new mid-market rent development at Burnmouth Road in Barlarnark, as work progresses at pace. Located to the east of Glasgow city centre, close to Garrowhill train station and Edinburgh Road, th

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Dunedin Canmore managing director Hazel Young, Councillor Gavin Barrie and Dunedin Canmore tenant Mark Keane, officially open the Click & Connect centre A new state-of-the-art digital learning centre providing free internet and computer access has opened at Edinburgh’s Slateford Green Communit

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Lord Provost Councillor Frank Ross (left) and Manor Estates Housing Association chairman Nigel Hicks officially open Sandilands Close Edinburgh’s new Lord Provost, Councillor Frank Ross, was involved in some tree planting at an event officially opening Manor Estates Housing Association’s new £1

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Springfield Properties has handed over an additional six homes at their affordable housing development in Muirhouse bringing the total number of occupied homes to 132, one step closer to their 202 house target. The housebuilder has teamed up with leading social housing providers in Edinburgh, Dunedi

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A Castle Rock Edinvar money advice project, set up with partners Citizens Advice Edinburgh, and fellow housing associations Dunedin Canmore, Blackwood, Hillcrest and Port of Leith, has helped tenants save over £1.4 million worth of debt. Funded by The Big Lottery, the Money Matters Project was crea

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A £280 million development near Edinburgh Airport consisting of 1,400 new homes, hundreds of which would be affordable homes, has been recommended for refusal by council officials. Work on the Maybury development, which would also include a primary school, shops and offices, had been hoped to

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Melville Housing Association is to invest nearly £1.6 million in upgrades to tenants’ homes over the next 12 months with the main focus being the replacement of older kitchens. Almost one in five of Melville’s original properties (those built before the 1995 transfer from Scottish Homes) are to

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