Caledonia Housing Association's regeneration programme which is providing 204 new build homes for Bellsmyre has been shortlisted for two of the Planning Awards 2023’s placemaking categories.
Cruden Building Scotland has officially completed Stirlingshire’s all-new Passivhaus development on behalf of Hanover Scotland.
Renfrewshire Council is to embark on a major new social housing retrofit programme that will see up to 3,500 local authority dwellings renovated to either Enerphit or the AECB Retrofit Standard over the next four years.
The major regeneration project at Bellsmyre in Dumbarton is taking shape with four families moving into their new homes and the council giving the green light for the next phase of development.
Rounding up the Scottish Housing News COP26SHN feature showcasing the social housing sector’s efforts to combat climate change is Hanover Scotland’s development being built to Passivhaus standards in Drymen. With a portfolio including more than 5,000 properties, located in more than 200
Caledonia Housing Association has completed a £4 million development project in Perth; regenerating the Newhouse Road area with 72 fully refurbished properties, the demolition of 30 flats and the creation of 13 new homes for affordable rent in the city.
Hanover Scotland has received planning approval from Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park for its first social housing development to be built to Passivhaus standards.
ECD Architects has been appointed to join ng homes’ framework for the next four years. Based in North Glasgow, ng homes provides approximately 5500 high quality homes for people in the region and is a responsible and progressive community organisation.
Caledonia Housing Association has announced Bracewell Stirling and ECD Architects as its Framework Architects for new housing developments for the next three years. The three year framework agreement for Architecture Services will see ECD and Bracewell Stirling work on the design of multi tenure dev
An ageing housing block on the edge of Perth city centre is to be regenerated to complement plans for a nearby £30 million cinema and shopping complex. The Courier has reported that Perth and Kinross Council is planning an overhaul of St Catherine’s Square to ensure it fits in with the Mill Quart