Sanctuary Scotland

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Forty-nine new homes will help local people in housing need following the completion of a project involving Persimmon North Scotland and Sanctuary Scotland. The homes have been built on Persimmon’s Greenlaw Park development in Carnoustie and the mixture of affordable properties has now been tr

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A disused sports centre in East Kilbride has been transformed to provide much-needed new affordable homes for local people. Housing provider Sanctuary Scotland has delivered 28 high-quality two-bedroom flats, all available for social rent, on the site of the former Greenhills Sports Centre, in Strou

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Work has officially started on a new housing development in the east of Glasgow. Sanctuary Scotland is bringing 128 high quality homes for social and mid-market rent to Myreside Street in Carntyne. Delivered by developer AS Homes (Scotland), the properties are being built on a 2.48-hectare brownfiel

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Coatbridge and Chryston MSP Fulton MacGregor visited Persimmon’s Royale Meadow development to see the benefits of the new homes being built in Muirhead and discuss the company’s commitment to investment across North Lanarkshire.

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Sanctuary Scotland has handed over the final set of keys at its new 128-home Anchor Court development in the Yoker area of Glasgow. The £21m development – designed by Glasgow-based MAST Architects and built by contractor CCG – has delivered a range of high-quality one-, two- and th

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Housing minister Paul McLennan visited Cumbernauld to formally mark the replacement of the town’s 12 tower blocks with 588 high quality new homes. Sanctuary Scotland worked with the Scottish Government and North Lanarkshire Council to demolish a dozen high-rises and regenerate four sites acros

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Home builder Persimmon has partnered with Sanctuary Scotland Housing Association to deliver new affordable homes in Kirkintilloch Twenty-one high-quality, affordable new homes will help local people in housing need, following the completion of a project involving Persimmon West Scotland and Sanctuar

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Anthony Morrow and Kevin Carr at Sanctuary Scotland’s Community Investment Team speak about Sanctuary's approach to homelessness through better connectivity with those in tenancies as well as within the organisation. Sanctuary’s Perspective, Anthony Morrow (Community Connector Manager)

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