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Dr Thomas Bone CBE, the last living principal of Jordanhill College which was once housed in the iconic David Stow building in Glasgow’s West End, made a return to his old stomping ground in the parklands of Jordanhill Park to unveil and officially open a new apartment building which has been

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Cala Homes (East) has unveiled two new Breathing Space benches at a development in Edinburgh. Cala Homes (East) has installed a bench at the Cammo Meadows development to help boost mental health awareness, providing a space for locals and residents to take some time out of their day for a quiet mome

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A development providing 57 homes for social rent in Penicuik has been completed following a partnership between housebuilder Cala Homes (East) and Wheatley Group. The collection of affordable homes includes 16 cottage flats, 13 terraced homes and 28 apartments – and forms a key element of the

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Cala Homes (West) will host a second stage public consultation event from 2 – 7pm on 28 September at Barrhead Foundry, where the local community is invited to provide feedback on proposals to create a residential-led development to the south of the town near Balgraystone Road, Springfield Roa

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A temporary Lothian bus service will begin next week ahead of a planned 12-week road closure thanks to funding from Cala Homes. Old Craighall Road will undergo reconstruction as part of the developer’s new 620-home site on land at Newton and Wellington Farms, located between Old Craighall and

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Cala Homes has successfully appealed a decision to close a well-used car park in Aberdour. Fife Council’s Review Body has overturned the original, delegated decision to close the temporary car park adjacent to the development on the village’s Main Street.

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Fife Council’s Local Review Body will next week consider whether a well-used temporary car park in Aberdour can remain. A condition on the planning approval for the Inchcolm Green development required that the Main Street carriageway was widened to provide two lanes for traffic along the site

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