Cairn Housing Association has completed a new housing development at Railton Crescent in Arbroath. The development helps Cairn deliver on its ambitious five year development programme which is projected to see 400 new homes built across Scotland.
One hundred affordable homes are set to be delivered in Guardbridge as part of a massive expansion of the Fife village. Persimmon Homes North Scotland’s plans to build 335 houses and flats on two fields on the western edge of the village have been given the green light.
Persimmon’s continued efforts to improve its customer care culture and operations are to be assessed in an independent review. Chairman Roger Devlin said the examination will evaluate the effectiveness of the housebuilder’s new measures and processes to determine whether they appropriate
Persimmon Homes West Scotland is to invest £60 million to bring forward a development of almost 250 homes in Renfrewshire. The announcement comes after the housebuilder successfully finalised a 27-acre land deal with the owners of Erskine Bridge Hotel.
East Lothian Council has approved plans for 1,500 new homes as part of a new development in Musselburgh. Planning permission in principle was granted yesterday for the mixed-use development at Old Craighall which will also include a primary school, business space, community facilities and public par
An annual industry survey has once again placed Persimmon among the UK’s worst major housebuilders, but there was better news for Barratt Scotland, Mactaggart & Mickel and Miller Homes. The nationwide survey from by the Home Builders Federation (HBF) awarded Persimmon just three stars out
Persimmon is to become the first major UK housebuilder to offer a retention policy to protect homebuyers from repair problems. Under the new initiative, which begins today, the company’s standard contract will say 1.5% of the total home value can be withheld by the buyer’s solicitor unti
Persimmon has released results showing profits exceeding £1bn for the first time. Annual profits jumped 13% to £1.091bn at the housebuilder which was caught in a pay row last year and is under scrutiny over its continued involvement in the Help to Buy scheme.
Housebuilder Persimmon has said that its profits will be “moderately ahead” of forecasts as the firm continues to grow despite a boardroom bonus controversy. In a trading update today, Persimmon said its full results next month will show revenue growth to £3.74 billion and pre-tax
Housebuilder Persimmon has been fined by Perth and Kinross Council for a breach in planning regulations, its second indiscretion at the same site. Workers for the firm were caught on site at its 300-home Lathro Park development in Kinross on a Sunday morning.
Persimmon Homes West Scotland has lodged plans to build 196 new homes on the site of a former hospital. The developer is hoping to secure permission to transform the 17-acre Stonehouse Hospital site with a £25 million development featuring a range of two, three, four and five-bedroom homes.
A planning application for 68 homes at Dunbar has been given the green light by East Lothian Council. Councillors on the local authority’s planning committee heard that the site south of Dunbar’s Brodie Road had previously been earmarked for a hotel, but this had been provided elsewhere in the t
Plans have been refused for a residential development on the site of the former whisky bottling plant in Dundee. Persimmon Homes had applied for planning approval in principle to build 90 affordable homes on the area which was formerly occupied by the Stewarts Cream of the Barley whisky bottling pla