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An appeal against East Dunbartonshire Council’s decision to reject plans for housing on greenbelt land has been dismissed by the Scottish Government. The local authority’s Planning Board unanimously agreed on 8 November 2016 to refuse planning permission in principle for housing on land at Weste

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Plans have been unveiled to demolish a former whisky bottling plant to make way for a new housing estate in Dundee. Stewart House, the former Stewart’s Cream of the Barley plant at Kingsway East, could be replaced with 90 houses under plans by Persimmon Homes and site owner Bruce Linton.

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Bruce Forbes, director, Angus Housing Association and Jason MacGilp, chief executive, Cairn Housing Association, shaking hands on site to seal the development partnership at Muirlands Park, Arbroath Two housing associations have announced their intention to work in partnership to contribute to the d

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Persimmon Homes has lodged plans for a further 55 homes at the Western Gateway development on the outskirts of Dundee. The application could see a mix of properties added to the 595 houses Springfield Properties has already been granted permission to build in the area.

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Persimmon Homes has started work on a £12 million plan to build 91 homes at the site of the former Kinross High School. Under the plans, which were approved in June last year, the Edwardian-school will be retained and transformed into four homes as part of the project, while other buildings on the

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Persimmon Homes has been ordered to stop carrying out extensive groundworks for a 300-home development in Kinross after it was revealed the firm didn’t have permission to do so. Contractors employed by the housebuilder have been digging up land west of Lathro Meadows adjacent to the A922 over the

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Persimmon’s new regional base in Perth has helped the housebuilder increase revenues and homes completions compared to last year. A trading update issued by the firm this morning revealed that revenues for 2016 of £3.14 billion were 8 per cent higher than the prior year (2015: £2.90bn) with lega

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Persimmon Homes is in talks over a potential project to deliver up to 200 new houses in Wormit. The firm is in discussions with Fife Council over the proposed development on the southern edge of the village.

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Artist's impression of homes set for The Boulevard in Glasgow Housebuilder Persimmon is to invest £75 million in building 500 homes next to the Silverburn Shopping Centre in the south side of Glasgow.

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Persimmon has unveiled a substantial jump in interim profits as it shrugged off the potential impact of post-Brexit economic uncertainty on the housing market. The housebuilder’s profit before tax in the six months to the end of June increased 29 per cent to £352.3 million (2015: £272.8m) while

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Housebuilder Persimmon has said it remains too soon to judge the effect that the result of the EU Referendum will have on the UK new homes market as the firm reported strong first half trading. In a trading update to the city this morning the Group said that “market fundamentals remain strong, sup

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Development underway at Bute Cresent Fife Council’s Affordable Housing Programme is helping to provide more much needed council homes in the Abbeyview area of Dunfermline.

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The proposed layout of the development Housebuilder Persimmon has lodged the next stage of its bid to create 287 new homes on the edge of Arbroath.

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Councillors have approved plans by Persimmon Homes to build 91 properties at the old Kinross High School site. The Edwardian-school will be retained and transformed into four homes as part of the project, while other buildings on the seven-acre site will be demolished, The Courier has reported.

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