Cala Homes

256-270 of 301 Articles
Clock icon 3 minutes

Neal Toland receiving his NHBC award Three site managers from CALA Homes have each scooped a highly prized accolade in recognition of their work at the highest standards of the housebuilding industry.

Clock icon 3 minutes

Upmarket housebuilder CALA Group increased its housing completions by 46% in the year to June as it reported a fifth consecutive year of growth and record profits. Despite its average selling price of homes falling by 8% and operating margins decreasing from 14% last year to 12%, CALA’s revenue fo

Clock icon 4 minutes

(from left) Danielle Cowan, Michael Reilly, Matt Sorum, Craig Leishman, Callum Cunningham, Stephen Brown and Mac Cruickshank An apprenticeship scheme has had a transformational impact on seven young adults based across the East of Scotland.

Clock icon 2 minutes

A typical CALA West street scene CALA Homes (West) has submitted a planning application for a proposed development in Claddens, Lenzie.

Clock icon 3 minutes

Developers behind plans for a new community in Maidenhill, Newton Mearns, are to provide multiple pockets of land to facilitate the delivery of affordable housing as part of a range of newly agreed community benefits. The framework outlining the additional requirements for the development of 834 new

Clock icon 2 minutes

Housebuilder CALA Homes (North) hosted its bi-annual subcontractor seminar at the Village Hotel in Kingswells. The event – which was attended by more than 60 subcontractors from across the North – included presentations from a number of CALA staff members as well as Trevor Mutch from R Davidson

Clock icon 2 minutes

A decision by East Dunbartonshire Council to reject a new housing development in Milton of Campsie has been overturned by Scottish Ministers. An application by CALA Management/Ashfield Land to build 57 new homes on a greenbelt site near Birdston Road was refused planning permission in January on gro

Clock icon 3 minutes

David McGrath, managing director of CALA Homes (East) (left) with Bruce Dickson, regional director of BAM Construction at the Donaldson’s College site The lead contractor for a landmark development within Edinburgh’s World Heritage Site has been confirmed with the signing of a contract worth mor

Clock icon 2 minutes

CALA Homes has been granted planning permission to create a new community in the Bridge of Don area of Aberdeen. The initial phase of the Grandhome development will deliver 71 properties including detached, semi-detached and terraced homes as well as apartments to the area.

256-270 of 301 Articles