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Work has commenced on the construction of 57 affordable homes in a prime location within Midlothian, being built by CALA Homes (East) on behalf of Dunedin Canmore. Comprising 16 cottage flats, 13 terraced homes and 28 apartments, the homes form part of the wider Mauricewood Masterplan in Penicuik an

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CALA Group has made two senior appointments as its Sustainability Strategy continues to build momentum. Kathryn Dapré has taken up the role of head of sustainability, with Robin Dodyk joining as head of Modern Methods of Construction.

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The management board for CALA Group dusted off their waterproofs, donned their walking boots and put their best foot forward to take to the Highlands for a gruelling marathon-walking challenge, raising more than £14,500 for charity.

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Homebuyers in Glasgow can now set foot inside the transformed first phase of one of Glasgow’s most iconic buildings – the David Stow. The much-loved former teaching college, which is celebrating its centenary year, is being given a new lease of life by CALA Homes (West), with the first i

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Council planners in Aberdeen have recommended that proposals for a block of flats to provide support for a charity are refused by the city’s planning committee.

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A Kirkintilloch-based charity has scored a funding boost from CALA Homes (West). The Sporting Aces, which offers sport and social activities to adults, children and young people with a range of physical, learning and communications difficulties, was awarded £1,000 through CALA Homes’ ann

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CALA Homes is to roll out its CALA Ultra Low Emission Vehicle (ULEV) Scheme for all employees as part of its commitment to reaching operational net zero carbon through its Sustainability Strategy.

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Douglas House in Glasgow is set to be demolished after plans to build 35 new homes at the former Jordanhill teacher training campus were approved. Glasgow City Council's planning committee has approved a proposal by CALA Homes (West), which had originally planned to convert the building but tol

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