Swan Group

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Swan Group has submitted revised plans to build more homes on a brownfield site in the Royston area of Glasgow. Having been previously granted permission for 100 houses at the site bounded by Darnick Street, Royston Road and the adjacent railway, the developer has now applied to build 136

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Glasgow-based developer of affordable and mid-market homes Swan Group has appointed Colin Anderson as commercial director. Colin joins managing director Phil McGinlay and land & development director Derek Smith to build on the success of the senior team.

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Developer Swan Group and construction firm The JR Group have worked in partnership to complete a new social housing development of 105 homes at Law Place in East Kilbride – one of the largest projects of its kind in the area. (from left) Phil McGinlay, Swan Group’s managing dir

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Councillors have approved plans by Swan Group for 100 new affordable homes in Royston, in the north of Glasgow. The development was given the go-ahead by Glasgow City Council in October 2019, after Swan Group agreed to purchase the site, subject to planning approval.

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Affordable home builder Swan Group has announced that Shelter Scotland will be its charity partner. The company has raised £5,000 as part of a recent fundraising drive for Shelter Scotland as part of the partnership.

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Developer Swan Group is hosting a special fundraising lunch event in aid of Shelter Scotland as part of Scottish Housing Day 2019 next week. Scottish Housing Day is bringing people from across the housing sector in Scotland together to champion this year’s theme ‘Housing As a Human Right

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Affordable homes are to be developed in Aberdeen city centre after offices at Exchequer House were acquired by developer Swan Group. Previously used as commercial offices, the four floors above the currently occupied ground floor has recently received planning permission for a 37-unit development.

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