A fund management arm set up by Places for People has set up a £550 million fund to target opportunities in the build-to-rent (BTR) sector across the UK. It is hoped that the fund will help deliver 3,000 new homes.
David Knight, Avant Homes Scotland managing director Stirling-based homebuilder Avant Homes has been granted planning permission to build 110 new homes at a £21 million development in Armadale, West Lothian.
Castle Rock Edinvar Housing Association’s care and support subsidiary Places for People Scotland Care & Support is set to spin-out from the Places for People Group and relaunch as With You in 2018. The move will allow the organisation to be more flexible in developing life-changing support ser
Richard Jennings Residents of a Leith street who once feared they might lose their homes have benefitted from a £1 million housing improvement programme thanks to Castle Rock Edinvar Housing Association.
A new £19 million housing development in Wester Hailes has been shortlisted in the ‘Excellence in Development for Affordable Housing’ category at this year’s Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) Excellence Awards. The Places for People Scotland development constructed by Lovell comprises of 1
Richard Jennings The full programme is now available for the University of Stirling’s fourth lecture in its Innovation and Excellence series marking the University's fiftieth year: Innovation in Housing – a force for wider benefits?
As part of its 50th anniversary celebrations the University of Stirling is hosting an open event to stimulate debate on the future of housing and how our housing system can underpin wider economic and social developments. Innovation in Housing: a force for wider benefits?
Up to 3,000 new homes will be created through a pioneering partnership model with Aberdeen City Council Places for People's diversification strategy has enabled the business to report another set of strong results helping it to increase investment in both new housebuilding and improving and maintain
Places for People has submitted plans to the City of Edinburgh Council to build 89 new homes by Granton Waterfront. The development on Waterfront Avenue forms the third phase of a larger scheme of around 600 homes.
Regional managing director Simon Phillips (right) and business development manager Euan McDermott Esh Border Construction has announced a raft of new multi-million pound framework partnerships within Scotland’s social housing sector.
Residents have begun moving in to a new town in the Highlands which will eventually grow into a community of 12,000 people. Being built on farmland near Inverness, developers claim Tornagrain is the first new town to be built in Scotland for more than 50 years.
The offical opening of new Loretto homes in Eriboll Crescent Development projects by Loretto Housing Association, West Lothian Council, Link Group and Places for People have been shortlisted for a home building industry award by Homes for Scotland.
A development currently being delivered in the Middlefield area of the city by Shaping Aberdeen Housing LLP A five-year business plan for the Shaping Aberdeen Housing LLP has been supported by councillors, paving the way for the delivery of up to 3,000 homes in the city.