Allanwater Homes

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Allanwater Homes has revealed plans to build a 275-home development on the outskirts of Alva. The three, four, and five-bedroom homes – including roads, footpaths, landscaping, drainage and associated works on a greenfield site, are proposed for land on either side of the A91 to the west

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Allanwater Homes has submitted plans to Fife Council seeking to build 135 new homes in Kirkcaldy. The firm said that the plans for land to the west of Boreland Road which neighbours the Fife coastal rail line are a “well informed and creative” solution for the site which is currently vac

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Plans submitted by Allanwater Homes to build more than 30 homes on Bridge of Allan grassland has been described as 'the next generation' of housing growth in the town. The developer submitted a proposal of application notice to Stirling Council earlier this year. Documents on its website detail that

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Bridge of Allan-based Allan Water Developments, which encompasses housebuilder Allanwater Homes, has celebrated 40 years in business. The firm continues to be involved in commercial developments across Scotland, while its housebuilding division has seven current developments across the central belt.

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Allanwater Homes has launched video fly-throughs of showhomes and housetypes at its various developments throughout Scotland. Starring in the videos is company accountant Jim Baxter, who explains how the videos came about, and how much he is enjoying his new found role of presenter.

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Allanwater Homes will shortly deliver a new development of 95 homes in the Hillfoots village of Alva. A selection of three to five bedroom, semi-detached and detached, eco friendly homes will be included in the first phase of the development, which has been named Silver Glen.

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A housing developer is set to take over the site of the former Bangour Village psychiatric hospital with plans to build 891 houses. The West Lothian site, which is the size of 100 football pitches and includes 15 listed buildings, has lain empty for 14 years.

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