Places For People

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David Cowans, Places for People’s group chief executive Places for People (PfP) has become the first housing association to establish a distinct fund management capability with the launch of its new PfP Capital business.

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Ambitious plans to help regenerate Clackmannan took a step forward last week when new actions to deliver new affordable housing, community enterprise facilities, streetscape improvements and the relocation of a local business to new premises were agreed by the local authority. Funding of over £5 mi

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(from left) Lynne Morris, Places for People; Martin Gray, Osprey Housing; Richard Fawcus, Stewart Milne Homes; Edward Thomas and Bellann Wylie, both Aberdeen City Council A partnership approach between a local housing association, a housebuilder and a national property company is making a significan

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Tenants who were facing eviction from their homes in Leith are being allowed to stay after a deal was agreed to sell the properties to Places for People Scotland. The Trustees of the Miss Agnes Hunter Trust, which owned the flats in Lorne Street, had been looking to sell the 92 properties since Octo

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CCG (Scotland) Ltd has announced the completion of a landmark housing development in Edinburgh’s Craigmillar district. In partnership with PARC Craigmillar Ltd, part of the EDI Group, the construction firm has successfully transformed the site of the former Niddrie Mill Primary School into a resid

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Housing minister Kevin Stewart MSP (left) joins Colin Rae, group development director, Places for People on site at Shrubhill Housing minister Kevin Stewart has marked the start of work on a new affordable housing development in Edinburgh today.

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David Cowans, group chief executive at Places for People and Jenny Laing, Aberdeen City Council leader Places for People has signed a pioneering partnership with Aberdeen City Council which will create 2,000 new homes in the city with the potential to build a further 1,000 properties.

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Work has begun on a new development of 525 new homes which will see the expansion of the East Lothian seaside town of Dunbar. Places for People and Castle Rock Edinvar are working in partnership with East Lothian Council and Mansell Homes to build 131 affordable homes as part of the development at H

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Places for People has received authorisation from the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) for its financial service offering. Applying to consumer credit permissions, the FCA authorisation means that Places for People Financial Services can continue to directly lend unsecured personal loans and admini

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Places for People has picked up another award for its innovative affordable housing development in the former mining community of Twechar, East Dunbartonshire. Named after the nearby ruins of the Roman-built Antonine Wall - a UNESCO World Heritage Site dating back to 142AD – Roman Fields has now r

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Aberdeen City Council has selected a preferred bidder for a £300 million partnership deal to deliver a step change in the supply of housing. The innovative approach follows a commitment in the local authority's Strategic Infrastructure Plan (SIP) to build 2,030 homes by 2017.

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East Lothian Council has concluded a legal agreement worth £8.3 million to purchase 71 flats and houses on two sites at Hallhill, Dunbar from Mansell Homes (part of the Balfour Beatty group). The houses, which will become part of the council’s housing stock, will be built by local firm Hart Build

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