Taylor Wimpey

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Taylor Wimpey West Scotland has reached an agreement with East Renfrewshire Council to deliver the first 39 affordable homes for social rent at the new Maidenhill community in Newton Mearns. A wider agreement is in place to deliver a total of 82 affordable homes, which form part of the wider masterp

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Taylor Wimpey has become the first big housebuilder to announce its return to business with the majority of its construction sites in England and Wales planned to open from May 4. The firm, which announced the closure of its sites, show homes and sales centres on March 24, laid out its planning and

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Fife Council has marked the start of construction of new council homes in Inverkeithing. Cllr Judy Hamilton on site with (from left) Debbie Ford (Fife Council) Pauline Mills (Taylor Wimpey) Helen Wilkie (Fife Council) Kenny Gorman (Taylor Wimpey) and Abby Kelman (Taylor Wimpey)

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Taylor Wimpey West Scotland has lodged detailed proposals for its plans to build more than 400 new homes at the western edge of Cowie. Plans for up to 433 new homes on land to the south of Bannockburn Road at Berryhills were granted approval on appeal in 2018 after Stirling Council voted against the

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As part of its ongoing commitment to working in partnership with local communities, Taylor Wimpey West Scotland has donated cash and essential food items worth over £800 to four local Trussell Trust foodbanks situated across its west of Scotland operating area.

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Taylor Wimpey East Scotland has provided members of its team to carry out some maintenance at the Inverkeithing Community Garden as part of the launch of its nearby Spencer Fields development of new homes. The housebuilder has also donated £500 to the project and has become a sponsor

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