Plans lodged by Barratt Homes West Scotland and CALA Homes (West) to build a high-quality residential development in Stepps, North Lanarkshire, would support more than 140 new jobs and generate an additional £34 million of gross value added (GVA) if approved, according to new research.
The last phase of a residential development is now under way, representing the culmination of a £110 million investment into a village within Edinburgh’s suburbs. CALA Homes (East) said it has made strong progress on the second phase of Ravelrig Heights, an expansive development at
Andrew McPhillips has been appointed development director for Legal & General Strategic Land Limited. In his new role, Andrew will be responsible for managing a portfolio of strategic sites and will work closely with his colleagues at the CALA Group, the housebuilding arm of Legal &
West Lothian Housing Partnership (WLHP) is increasing the supply of affordable housing across the region by starting work on 34 new homes on two sites. WLHP is building 20 new homes for social rent in the latest phase of the £1 billion transformation of Winchburgh, on the outskirts of Edinburg
VIP visitors that once taught and studied within a landmark Edinburgh building have been given a first glimpse into their transformed former classrooms. Headteacher of Boroughmuir High School, David Dempster, alongside Head Boy Rodger Hu and Depute Head Girl Alice Pereira Hind, have taken time out f
CALA Homes (North) has submitted a planning application to Aberdeen City Council for a further phase of its Craibstone Estate development. The application comprises plans for 123 homes, 36 of which would be apartments. This phase also includes upgrading and enhancing the existing walled garden and a
CALA Homes emerged as the big winner at the first digital Scottish Home Awards last week. The firm landed the biggest award of the night, Housebuilder of the Year (100+ units), while its East of Scotland division secured one of the most highly contested categories, Innovation in Design, for its
A cohort of CALA construction site management professionals, drawn from all corners of Scotland, have turned pandemic-driven disruption to personal advantage by tackling one of two advanced Scottish Vocational Qualifications (SVQs) in site supervision and site management, with the majority completin