Work has started on 40 new council homes at the former Philips factory site in Hamilton.
A housing development in Stirlingshire that has brought 50 new affordable homes to the local area has won a national award, with the partners behind the plans believing it could be a blueprint for other parts of Scotland. Built by Lovell for Rural Stirling Housing Association, Claish Farm, just outs
Lovell is inviting sub-contractors to attend a free event to learn how they could win business working on new housing projects in the East of Scotland.
Lovell has achieved the highest rating in the Home Builders Federation (HBF) 2022 National New Homes Customer Satisfaction Survey. Achieving five-star status, for the second year running, Lovell is acknowledged for its consistent high building standards over the last 12 months.
Housebuilder Lovell said today it is set for a key role in delivering social and public sector housing in Scotland after its parent company Morgan Sindall Construction was successful in continuing as a partner on a £5 billion procurement framework. The company is anticipating increased demand
Lovell Homes, the housebuilder behind a 133-home development in Kinghorn, has donated furniture used in show homes to a local women’s charity that helps those suffering domestic abuse.
The last tenant has completed their move to Rural Stirling Housing Association’s new 50 home development at Claish Farm, with the construction by Lovell now complete. Sarah and Joseph Thain receive their keys and welcome hamper from Sarah Freel (Lovell) and Mark Griffiths (RSHA) (Photo credit:
Partnership housing provider Lovell has hired a new partnership manager to grow its activity in Scotland's social housing sector. Sarah Freel has re-joined the company, having previously worked for the company in customer relations and partnership roles for 15 years between 2003 and 2018. Her role w
A vacant builder’s yard and workshop in Bannockburn village has been sold out of liquidation to property developers Lovell Partnership Ltd in a deal which will regenerate the historical site and create 41 new homes, including ten affordable properties. Paul Dounis and Lindsey Cooper of RSM Res
Lovell Homes has been recognised for the second time this month with a prestigious award for its outstanding customer service, receiving a Gold award from specialist market research company In-house Research. This news follows the announcement last week that Lovell has been awarded five stars in the
Lovell has been awarded the highest rating in the Home Builders Federation (HBF) 2021 National New Homes Customer Satisfaction Survey, acknowledging its committed approach to customer service and consistently high building standards over the last 12 months. In a year that has delivered unprecedente
The design and construction of affordable homes in Callandar has won an award for the safety of the site’s COVID-19 arrangements, relationship with neighbouring businesses and the use of effective paving in the design. The Claish Farm site near Callandar won Silver in the Lovell National Healt
Lovell Homes has submitted a detailed planning application to Glasgow City Council hoping to build 47 homes at a former B&Q site near Hogganfield Loch in the north east of Glasgow.
Partnership housing developer Lovell Homes has set its sights on future growth with the appointment of Clark Crosbie as land manager. With over 30 years in the land and property development industry, including 10 years in the residential sector, Lovell said Mr Crosbie was an obvious choice.
Fifty new affordable homes are to be built in Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park after plans were given approval by the National Park Authority. The homes will be built on land at Claish Farm in Callander, one of the most expensive areas to buy a home in Scotland, and managed and owned by