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The best new homes in Scotland have been revealed at the 8th annual Scottish Home Awards last night. Sponsored by Ross & Liddell, the event saw 20 awards announced following a rigorous judging process carried out by some of the nation’s leading housing experts.

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The Sailmaker Apartments in Leith, which were built by the City of Edinburgh Council and its partners, have won an esteemed industry award. The development of 145 affordable homes took the title of Best Partnership in Affordable Housing at the prestigious Homes For Scotland Awards 2015.

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The winners of the 2015 Homes for Scotland Annual Awards were announced in front of some 900 guests at the organisation’s Annual Lunch Recognising the efforts made to ensure the strongest possible platform for recovery within the new build market, the winners of trade body Homes for Scotland’s p

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(from left) Chris Walker, Claire Rowland, Rob Baker, Kat Wishart, Kris Jack, Karyn Hynd, Ian Jow, Sarah Halliday, Shannon Patterson and front kneeling, Euan Marshall Staff from Dunedin Canmore dressed up as superheroes last week to raise money for Cash for Kids and support their ‘Superhero Day’.

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Graeme Russell, housing services director at the Dunedin Canmore Group has left the housing association after 32 years of service. Graeme enjoyed a long career at Dunedin Canmore, a key provider of housing and related services in Edinburgh, the Lothians and Fife with around 5,500 properties.

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Eileen and Brian Stemp (centre), two of the development's phase one residents, in their new flat with Ian Watson, Master of The Merchant Company of Edinburgh’s Endowments Trust - one of the project's main backers (left) and Mike Afshar (right), chairman of The Merchant Company’s Frail and Elderl

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A unique partnership project set up by Dunedin Canmore Group and Edinburgh based homelessness charity Four Square, equips vulnerable homeless young people aged 16-21 years with confidence and skills that enable them to address personal issues, take up employment & education opportunities, and im

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