Mintlaw housebuilder Claymore Homes is building 50 new residential properties in Cairnbulg near Fraserburgh with support from a six-figure funding package from Bank of Scotland. Construction of the development, which consists of three to five-bedroom houses, began in October last year.
Aberdeenshire housebuilder Claymore Homes has invested £600,000 in new headquarters in a move aimed at ensuring the future growth of the business. Established in 2007, the firm has built its new 4,480sq ft premises in Aden Business Park, Mintlaw.
A growing demand for homes in an Aberdeenshire village could be aided by the addition of more than 30 new homes. Peterhead firm Claymore Homes revealed plans to develop land in the fishing community of Cairnbulg earlier this year and has now lodged a bid to build the properties off Rathen Road.
Claymore Homes has unveiled plans to build hundreds of homes across three sites in Aberdeenshire. The Peterhead firm has tabled a proposal for a second phase of 31 properties at its Merryhillock housing scheme, to the west of Fraserburgh.