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(from left) James Palmer, associate director, Shawfair LLP; Joanne Casey, homes director, Mactaggart & Mickel Homes; Fraser Conn, sales director, Bellway; Neil Gaffney, area sales & marketing director, Miller Homes A trio of housebuilders have outlined plans to deliver more than 500 new home

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Strong appetite for newly built homes has helped Bellway deliver a forecast-beating set of final results. The FTSE 250-listed housebuilder achieved an 11% rise in completions to deliver a record 9,644 homes this year.

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Deals have been agreed to build hundreds of much-needed new homes in Midlothian and the south east of Edinburgh. Shawfair LLP has confirmed that housebuilders Bellway Homes and Miller Homes, with the support of Midlothian Council, will deliver a mixture of up to 358 new homes for sale and affordable

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Housebuilder Bellway has acquired more than 55 acres of land with a development value of some £120 million as part of its continued expansion across the east of Scotland. The firm said the sites – at Abbey Lane in Edinburgh city centre, Broxburn and Heartlands in West Lothian and Broxden in Perth

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Bellway Homes has said it expects a 27 per cent increase in revenue despite weeks economic uncertainty surrounding Brexit. In a trading update for the year to July 31, the housebuilder forecast revenue to reach £2.2 billion from £1.73bn in 2015.

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The City of Edinburgh Council has given planning permission for 139 flats to be constructed on brownfield land in the city. Designed by EMA Architects, the series of four and six storey blocks at Abbey Lane seeks to maximise southerly views toward the Crags and Arthur’s Seat whilst respecting a ne

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Planning officials have advised councillors to approve plans for 164 new homes in Perth. The Bellway Homes development will be situated on land to the west of Cherrybank Gardens and next to the Broxden services.

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Ted Ayres Bellway has revealed plan to build up to 10 per cent more homes this year after it sold a record 7,752 properties in the 12 months to end-July, helping to raise pre tax profits by 44 per cent.

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Bellway’s Scotland land team (from left) David Leaf, land manager; Donald Gunn, land manager; Amanda Fleming, assistant land manager; Willie McDermott, land director and Paul Macari, land manager Bellway has unveiled its ambitions for Scotland for the next twelve months which will include the acqu

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