Open Day offers Callander subcontractors chance to find out about Claish Farm housing development opportunities
Local tradespeople are being invited to attend a special Open Day to find out about opportunities for subcontracted work on a new 50 unit housing development at Claish Farm in Callendar.
Taking place between 10am and 3pm on August 16 at Forth Valley College in Stirling, the Open Day is being organised by housing developer Lovell Partnerships, who will be developing the project after final approvals on behalf of Rural Stirling Housing Association.
Located on a site adjacent to McLaren Leisure Centre in Callander, plans for the Claish Farm development comprise a mix of two, three and four-bedroom homes and a number of specially designed two and three-bedroom bungalows catered to the needs of disabled residents.
The development will also include an informal community recreation area and children’s playground as well as a new pedestrian footpath link to the local primary school and the McLaren Leisure Centre.
Local subcontractors interested in attending the Open Day are invited to register their interest by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kevin McColgan, the regional managing director from Lovell housing, said: “We are delighted to be working with Rural Stirling Housing Association to deliver 50 much needed new social rented homes in Callendar. We are keen to ensure that this development offers real opportunities for local tradespeople in the Callendar area.
“With our already strong partner base, the open day is a fantastic opportunity for local trades and the community to work alongside our experienced team. We would encourage anyone interested in tendering for work connected to this project to take the opportunity to come along to the Open Day at Forth Valley College, to meet our team and to find out more.”