Miller Homes

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A string of Scottish housebuilders have achieved the maximum five star rating from the Home Builders Federation (HBF) following an independent customer satisfaction survey. The HBF Star Rating Scheme awards builders stars for customer satisfaction, based on homeowner feedback in an independent surve

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Pictured (l-r): James Palmer, Associate Director, Shawfair LLP; Joanne Casey, Homes Director, Mactaggart & Mickel Homes; Fraser Conn, Sales Director, Bellway; Neil Gaffney, Area Sales & Marketing Director, Miller Homes A £1.2 billion project to build a new town with 350 new homes for sale o

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LAR chief executive Ann Leslie Scottish housing charity LAR has completed its first deal in Fife to purchase seven brand new homes for long-term rent.

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Miller Homes is to be acquired by private equity group Bridgepoint in a transaction totalling £655 million. The firm, which is the largest privately-owned housebuilder in the UK operating from three regional divisions in the Midlands & South, North, and Scotland, had declined to comment on spec

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Deals have been agreed to build hundreds of much-needed new homes in Midlothian and the south east of Edinburgh. Shawfair LLP has confirmed that housebuilders Bellway Homes and Miller Homes, with the support of Midlothian Council, will deliver a mixture of up to 358 new homes for sale and affordable

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Miller Homes has announced it plans to continue its “substantial” land investment programme after the firm unveiled a 66 per cent rise in interim profits. "Buoyant" market conditions helped the Edinburgh-based group towards a profit before tax of £38.2 million for the six months to the end of J

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Tracey Lee, regional operations director at Miller Homes with Martin Leach, managing director of Wates Developments Housebuilders Miller Homes and Wates Developments have joined forces to form a new joint venture which will increase business opportunities for both organisations.

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Miller Homes has been granted planning permission by Angus Council for a development of 164 homes including 43 affordable properties on the site of the former Ashludie Hospital in Monifieth. The development will comprise of a mixture of 2, 3, 4 and 5 bed private family homes alongside 1, 2 and 3 bed

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