Taylor Wimpey East Scotland has reached an agreement with Wheatley Group to build 29 new affordable homes for social rent, which will form part of its Sibbalds Wynd development, off Sibbalds Brae in Bathgate.
Taylor Wimpey East Scotland has submitted two Approval of Matters Specified in Conditions (AMSC) planning applications to Fife Council as preparations for its Whitefields neighbourhood in Halbeath take a further step forward.
The UK's three largest housebuilders have allegedly used their market power to deliver abnormally large profits and gain an advantage over competitors without dramatically increasing their levels of housing supply, a report has revealed.
Taylor Wimpey East Scotland has concluded a contract with Home Group Scotland to deliver 71 affordable homes for social rent, which will form part of its developments of new homes at West Craigs, Maybury and Lauder Grove, Ratho Station. A range of affordable two-bedroom apartments and two and three-
Two Edinburgh charities have been selected to share Taylor Wimpey East Scotland's Community Chest of £2,000. The housebuilder, which is building new homes at West Craigs, Maybury in Edinburgh and Lauder Grove in Ratho Station, launched the project on social media asking the local communit
East Lothian Council Cabinet members approved a decision for the council to acquire 28 new council homes for social rent and to progress with proposals to deliver 36 homes for mid-market rent (MMR) in the Hallhill North development in Dunbar. This site is part of a wider development which will be de
Taylor Wimpey has reported a 21% fall in revenue and a 29% drop in pre-tax profit as rising interest rates knocked the housing market. In a trading update issued today, the housebuilder revealed revenue in the six months to 2 July 2023 fell to £1.64 billion from £2.08bn the yea
Sustaining Dunbar’s Pledgehog Project is now being supported by housing developers Taylor Wimpey and the Dunbar Shed in their work to help the hedgehogs of Dunbar. Taylor Wimpey has incorporated ‘Hedgehog Highways’ into the site plans at Dunbar’s new ‘Belhaven Way&rsquo
Three site managers from Taylor Wimpey's East Scotland developments have won a highly regarded national housebuilding accolade, the Pride in the Job Quality Award. Over its 43-year history, the award has gained a reputation for its stringent judging process, which has resulted in 443 winners out of
Taylor Wimpey West Scotland has welcomed two new senior appointments to its West Scotland board of directors, with Craig Benson as finance director and Martin Findlay as technical director joining the team based in its regional office in Paisley. Graeme Smith, former finance director, has been promo