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East Lothian Council has granted planning permission for 107 homes at Aberlady. The proposed development is to be delivered by Cruden Homes on land owned by Wemyss and March Estates.

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Scotland’s construction industry generated total output of £14.5 billion last year, a modest decline on record output of £14.7bn during 2015, according to new official figures issued today by the Office for National Statistics. Output from the housing, private commercial and repair and maintenan

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Pupils, staff and presenters at the Women in Construction 2017 presentation at Borders College Almost 90 girls aged 14-15 from secondary schools throughout the Borders attended a Women into Construction presentation at Borders College recently by a team from construction and residential development

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Latest Office for National Statistics data on output in the construction industry have shown a return to growth in output for the industry, in particular from housebuilding.

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Gill Henry (left) and Nicola Barclay will be utilising their skills to support vulnerable communities during a week-long ‘Women’s Build’ in Mumbai this month Two of the best known female faces in Scotland’s home building industry are in the midst of final arrangements as they prepare to fly

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Plans for 32 affordable homes have been submitted to Dundee City Council on behalf of Home Group. Developer Cruden Homes hopes to build the properties on the site of the former Longhaugh Neighbourhood Centre at Pitkerro Road.

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Output from the Scottish construction sector seems to have remained buoyant during the three months immediately following the UK referendum vote to leave the European Union, new official figures suggest. New figures published today by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) found that output in the

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TH Real Estate has announced its residential partners for the £1bn revamp of the St James Centre in Edinburgh. Native Land, the internationally recognised residential and mixed-use developer, and Scottish residential development firm Queensberry Properties, have teamed up to become TH Real Estate

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Cruden Homes and Angus Housing Association have announced plans to invest almost £5 million to continue the successful regeneration of the Mid Craigie estate in Dundee. The investment will see 42 new homes built on the site of the former Mid Craigie Primary School, known locally as the “Rainbow

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Cruden’s King’s View development in North Toryglen, Glasgow Construction and residential development business Cruden Group has recorded its seventeenth consecutive year of profitable trading after announcing an increase in turnover, profit and home sales.

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A group of young people from North Lanarkshire have completed a Get Into Construction training scheme operated by the Prince’s Trust and New College Lanarkshire. They completed four weeks of practical and theory work at the College’s Motherwell Campus before going out on work placement in the co

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Construction output across the UK fell more than expected in May, adding to concerns that the economy is in line for a sharp slowdown following the vote to quit the European Union. Figures released by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) revealed that a drop in housebuilding caused the industry

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Work has started on building 52 new affordable homes for rent as part of a regeneration project in the west of Glasgow. Cube Housing Association, part of Wheatley Group, is behind the £5.3 million development in Kelvindale which will consist of three modern, energy-efficient blocks of flats.

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A planning application has been submitted by Cruden Homes to deliver 107 homes at Aberlady. Owned by Wemyss and March Estates, the proposed development site lies to the west of Aberlady, off Kirk Road. The application also includes associated infrastructure and open space.

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