West Lothian Council has approved plans for 48 new homes in West Calder.
Persimmon Homes has been granted permission to build 158 homes in Wormet, Fife.
Plans for a new £70 million housing and industrial park in Carnoustie have moved forward with the submission of an application to Angus Council. Commercial manager Gavin Watson (left) and David Laing, chairman of DJ Laing Group, at the Pitskelly site
West Lothian Council has agreed to sell a 0.72-acre piece of land in Blackridge for £150,000. The site at Allison Gardens will be acquired by Southvale Homes (Lanark) Limited, an adjoining landowner who approached the council to buy the land.
An independent review into the effectiveness of customer care measures and processes at Persimmon has revealed issues with fire prevention measures and “poor workmanship” on its properties.
A number of council-owned sites across West Dunbartonshire are set to be sold in the coming months for a total of almost £10 million.
Persimmon has highlighted the progress of its drive to improve quality and customer care which has seen extra £140 million spent on work in progress during the first half of this year. The “substantial additional investment”, which follows criticism of construction standards by new
New plans have been submitted by Persimmon Homes to build 71 new homes as part of a development on the former Stewart's Cream of Barlet bottling plant on the Kingsway. Persimmon has attempted to develop the land at the Kingsway site for many years. Its newest application follows Dundee councillors'
A new housing development will be built by Persimmon Homes on the Wellburn House site in Lochee if Dundee City Council approves the plans.
Housebuilder Persimmon has reported a dip in profits as a focus on improving its quality of homes and services saw a decrease in the number of homes sold.
Persimmon’s action to improve customer satisfaction levels following complaints about the quality of homes and leasehold charges has resulted in weaker first-half revenue for the firm.
Armed Forces personnel are being offered a special discount at new housing developments across West Scotland to acknowledge the celebration of Armed Forces Day this month. Housebuilder Persimmon Homes West Scotland has launched the offer to mark the event on June 29 which recognises the men and wome
Early works for a housing and business development at an Angus farm have enabled a team of archaeologists to investigate the area for any buried historical evidence.
An £8.1 million development of 71 affordable homes in Arbroath is to be opened by local MSP Graeme Dey.
Persimmon Homes has successfully appealed against a local authority’s decision to refuse planning permission for a new residential development.