Taylor Wimpey has handed over the ownership of Frankfield Loch to North Lanarkshire Council, moving the loch into public ownership. The handover comes as Taylor Wimpey completes the legal obligations which formed part of the original planning consent for its local development of private new homes by
Taylor Wimpey and GS Brown are to restart construction at Oudenarde outside Bridge of Earn with an agreement in place to deliver more than 150 new homes. A Scottish Government intervention two and a half years ago which halted construction at Oudenarde was resolved earlier in the year and now Perth
North Lanarkshire Council has granted planning permission to Taylor Wimpey West Scotland for the provision of 535 new homes through the development of land at the former Garnqueen Farm off Main Street in Glenboig.
Taylor Wimpey West Scotland has completed the purchase of land at Wood Farm, just off Dalry Road in Kilwinning, with construction work for a development of 198 new homes at its Willow Gardens development expected to start in November.
Four of the UK's biggest housing developers are being investigated by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) over concerns they may have broken consumer protection law in relation to leasehold homes.
Construction work on 39 new council houses in the Maidenhill area of Newton Mearns is now under way. Built by Taylor Wimpey West Scotland, the new affordable homes will be the first new houses for East Renfrewshire Council to be built in Newton Mearns in a generation.
Taylor Wimpey East Scotland has confirmed that land has been acquired and that construction for a development of 102 new homes at its Weldon Grange development on land to the west of Greendykes Road in Macmerry will start within the next few weeks.
Homes for Scotland has announced there will be no winners of its 2020 Awards this year, but all shortlisted candidates will be revealed to recognise the efforts of successful submissions, kicking off with the Innovation of the Year award. Having closed to entries in February, the independent judging
Taylor Wimpey West Scotland and Barrhead Housing Association have confirmed that construction work on 12 new affordable homes for social rent, which are located off Neilston Road in Neilston, are now almost complete and just over half the new tenants have now moved into their new home.
Taylor Wimpey East Scotland challenged the children living within its Greenlaw Mill development in Penicuik to design a welcome flag for the site. The winning design by Precious Orjj, aged 10, has been produced into a flag that now flies at the entrance to the development which offers a bright welco