An open day has been held for a new housing development in Primrose Place, Alloa. The development is a partnership project between Kingdom Housing Association, Clackmannanshire Council, and The Scottish Government and was developed in collaboration with Architecture and Design Scotland (A&D
Kingdom Housing Association is celebrating winning three awards for the renovation of Hunter House in Kirkcaldy, a Category B listed building, at the 2022 Green Apple Environment Excellence Awards. The awards are an annual international campaign to recognise, reward and promote environmental best pr
A new public consultation has been launched into plans by Kirkwood Homes for a new mixed-use development at Fairways, Inverness.
A pilot scheme by the Highland Council to develop housing provision that sits as a 'stepping stone' between living entirely independently in the community and living as a resident in the Telford Centre Care Home in Fort Augustus has been completed. The Telford Centre housing development pilots a new
West Lothian Council has approved plans to build 81 flats and houses in the village of Winchburgh.
Kingdom Housing Association has completed conversion work on Hunter House in Kirkcaldy, a Category B listed building which the Association purchased in 2020.
Kingdom Housing Association has started conversion work on Hunter House in Kirkcaldy, a Category B listed building, following the easing of lockdown restrictions.
A collaborative development partnership between Ochil View Housing Association and Kingdom Housing Association on land previously owned by Ochil View has resulted in the completion and transfer of 11 new homes at Millers Lade Avenue in Sauchie. Both associations have a Strategic Collaborative Workin
Appeal Court dismisses council’s damages claim against architects over failed social housing development
A Scottish local authority which raised an action for £12 million in damages over the loss of a social housing development claiming that a firm of architects appointed as lead consultant had “assumed responsibility” for the other contractors’ negligence has had its claim dismissed following a
Caledonia Housing Association has announced Bracewell Stirling and ECD Architects as its Framework Architects for new housing developments for the next three years. The three year framework agreement for Architecture Services will see ECD and Bracewell Stirling work on the design of multi tenure dev