Coatbridge and Chryston MSP Fulton MacGregor visited Persimmon’s Royale Meadow development to see the benefits of the new homes being built in Muirhead and discuss the company’s commitment to investment across North Lanarkshire.
Homebuilder Persimmon North Scotland has partnered with Kingdom Housing Association to deliver much-needed new homes in Markinch. The 23 homes have been built on Persimmon’s West Mill development in Markinch and the mixture of properties, ranging from one-five bedrooms, has now been transferre
A groundbreaking ceremony for a new housing development on Dundee's Kingsway officially kicked off construction following a visit by Cllr Mark Flynn, convenor of City Development, last week. Cllr Flynn and Robert Patrick, land director of Persimmon North Scotland, jointly broke ground for the n
Persimmon North Scotland has added to its land team with a combination of promotion and retention of experience. The builder has appointed Robert Patrick as its new land director and will continue to benefit from the experience of current director Iain McGouldrick on a part-time basis.
Patrycja Allan has been appointed to the role of land manager at Persimmon West Scotland. Patrycja joined the housebuilder last month, strengthening a land team whose activity stretches from Ayrshire to Lanarkshire. She brings with her a wealth of experience, having previously worked for Stewart Mil
Persimmon Homes has donated over 3,000 tiles to South Lanarkshire College to support the next generation of construction workers. The housebuilder made the donation at the college’s East Kilbride Campus. Persimmon’s regional apprentice manager, Ian MacPherson joined construction curricul
A total of 50 new homes will help local people in housing need following the completion of a project involving Persimmon West Scotland and Riverside Scotland in Monkton. The much-needed affordable homes have been built on Persimmon’s Fairfields development in Monkton and include a variety of t
A new development in Bathgate can deliver millions of pounds of investment in the local community and create more than 200 new jobs if approved by West Lothian Council later this year, according to the developer behind the plans.
Fife Council leader David Ross and housing spokesperson Judy Hamilton have visited Persimmon’s Rosslyn Gait development to hear about the home builder’s investment in Kirkcaldy and across Fife. Rosslyn Gait is part of a project that will deliver over 1,000 new homes in the area – 1