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After a successful first year in the West of Scotland, Miller Homes has expanded its Home Safe campaign for a second year across central Scotland by providing free high-vis vests across 17 of its developments to help keep children safe on their walk, cycle, or scoot, to and from school. In addi

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Miller Homes has announced the launch of an 86-home development in Kilmaurs, East Ayrshire. With the first homes ready for completion in early 2022, Evergreen Manor will see Miller Homes venture back into Ayrshire for the first time in several years, as the housebuilder extends its reach across the

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Plans to develop 105 homes at the former Forbo Nairn land in Kirkcaldy may succeed without the need for affordable housing contributions thanks to a technicality in Fife planning policy, according to reports. Miller Homes has proposed building units on land to the south of Calender Av

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Miller Homes has acquired Wallace Land Investments and Management Limited in a move that accelerates the expansion of its strategic landbank and growth to deliver 5,000 homes per annum over the medium term. Founded in 2009 in Edinburgh, Wallace has expanded into England over the years with

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Plans to build a major housing development at the University of the West of Scotland’s (UWS) Thornly Park campus in Paisley have been rejected by Renfrewshire Council. UWS, in partnership with Miller Homes, applied for permission to knock down the sports pitches, student accommodation, and Rob

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Construction work has commenced on 71 homes at Miller Homes’ new development at Bertha Park in Perth. The project off Geddes Avenue will comprise of a mix of three, four and five-bedroom homes and becomes the first development in the East of Scotland to boast a full portfolio of Mill

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Stirling Council has announced plans to deliver the first new build council homes in Dunblane for more than 45 years. Members of the local authority's environment and housing committee yesterday agreed the purchase of 26 properties at Barbush, Dunblane, from developer Miller Homes that will be

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Homes for Scotland has announced there will be no winners of its 2020 Awards this year, but all shortlisted candidates will be revealed to recognise the efforts of successful submissions, kicking off with the Innovation of the Year award. Having closed to entries in February, the independent judging

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