Cruden Group

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Cruden Homes is bringing 56 high quality homes to North Toryglen after receiving planning approval from Glasgow City Council. Supporting Glasgow’s large-scale regeneration initiative Clyde Gateway, the growing development is situated next to one of the city’s eight Transformational Regen

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As Christmas approaches, Cruden has launched its annual appeal in support of foodbank charity The Trussell Trust (Scotland) to collect much-needed food items and cash contributions for communities across the central belt of Scotland.

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It was messy playtime at Shawhead Family Learning Centre in North Lanarkshire as local children enjoyed their new mud kitchens and planters donated by Cruden Building as part of its work to deliver new homes for the local authority. Supporting North Lanarkshire Council’s new house buildin

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Cruden Homes has lodged a planning application with Scottish Borders Council for the construction of 70 new homes in Jedburgh, specifically for social rent. These homes are set to occupy the previous location of Howdenburn Primary School on Lothian Road, a site left vacant since the school's closure

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Cruden Building has successfully completed two new housing developments in Prestonpans in East Lothian on behalf of Lar Housing Trust. The £3.2 million Northfields development, located near the railway station and local amenities in Prestonpans, has transformed a former derelict factory site i

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The Wee House Company is celebrating a double win at the prestigious 2023 Herald Property Awards, having been crowned ‘Property Team of the Year’ and receiving a ‘highly commended’ accolade in the Best Family Home (Large) Category for its Caldwell View build. The Herald Prope

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Housebuilder Cruden is set to start work on a mix of 49 affordable properties in Livingston on behalf of Link Group. The £8.7 million development will see energy-efficient new homes built on a previously disused 1.2-hectare, brownfield site in Craigshill.

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Housebuilder Cruden Homes has shown its support to a local mental health charity with a generous cash donation. Last week, a £500 cheque was donated to The Destiny Project, which aims to promote the health and wellbeing of children and young people in East Lothian. The charity provides life-ch

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Calvay Housing Association has officially opened a landmark 43-home development in Barlanark in Glasgow’s East End, aiding the community with new homes as demand for social housing across Scotland continues to outstrip supply. David Linden, MP for Glasgow East, joined members of the project te

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