Places For People Scotland

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Members of Reidvale Housing Association have voted to reject the proposed transfer of engagements with Places for People Scotland. At a Special General Meeting held on Monday night, 138 shareholders voted to back continued community ownership with 70 supporting the transfer.

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Tenants of Reidvale Housing Association have backed the proposed transfer to Places for People Scotland with 61.8% voting in favour of the proposal. The ballot was open for 32 days with 72.9% of tenants casting their vote.

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Following seven years of construction the final phase of Places for People’s The Engine Yard in Leith is now open. The iconic former tram depot originally opened in 1898 as the Shrubhill Tramway Workshops and Power Station, the workshops were where Edinburgh’s trams were built and mainta

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The Wee House Company is celebrating a double win at the prestigious 2023 Herald Property Awards, having been crowned ‘Property Team of the Year’ and receiving a ‘highly commended’ accolade in the Best Family Home (Large) Category for its Caldwell View build. The Herald Prope

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Construction work has commenced on a project to deliver 86 houses and 50 flats in Glasgow for the New Avenue Living Fund managed by PfP Capital. Swan Group has appointed McTaggart Construction to deliver the project which is due to be completed in 4Q of 2025.

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Minister for housing, Paul McLennan, visited the new sustainable Highland community of Tornagrain this week. The planned town, on lands owned by Moray Estates, exemplifies a progressive approach to community building and planning, which promotes sustainability, diversity and inclusion.

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Members of the Craigmillar community banded together to help the Hays Community Pantry meet the increased demand for its services. Places for People Scotland and Community Renewal Trust teamed up with Morrisons supermarket to host a community food drive on Friday 28 July. The proceeds of the drive &

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Barratt Developments has revealed it is on track to deliver 270 new affordable homes across Edinburgh and the Lothians this year. Cammo Meadows in Edinburgh, Leith’s Merchant Quay and St Clair Mews in Roslin, will all benefit from affordable housing this year, with a total of 270 homes earmark

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Miller Homes will deliver 114 new affordable homes across three of its Scotland East developments providing much needed homes by the end of the year. At its Carberry Grange development in Whitecraig, East Lothian, eight affordable homes are now occupied with another 55 under construction including a

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