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Kevin Reid, chief executive of the Cruden Group, reflects on the theme of this year's Scottish Housing Day, "Housing as a Human Right". This year’s theme of Housing as a Human Right for Scottish Housing Day is an important and powerful one. Homes should absolutely be a place to provide safety

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A £17.5 million development by River Clyde Homes to deliver 137 affordable rented homes at the historic James Watt Dock in Greenock is beginning to rise from the ground. (from left) Councillor Robert Moran; Kevin Scarlett (chief executive, River Clyde Homes), Stuart McMillan MSP, Marilyn Bever

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Cruden Group has continued its commitment to developing Scotland’s young workforce and tackling the skills shortage within the construction industry as it welcomes this year’s intake of thirteen new apprentices.

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Construction output in the UK decreased by 1.3% in the second quarter of 2019, largely reversing the increase of 1.4% in during January to March, latest Office for National Statistics (ONS) figures show.

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East Lothian Council has given the green light to a number of planning applications which could deliver more than 950 homes in total. Planning permission in principle has been granted for a residential development at Windygoul South, Tranent, including open space, a sports pitch and space for the ex

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Euan Haggerty has been appointed as group finance director at development and construction firm Cruden Group. A Chartered Accountant and associate member of the Association of Corporate Treasurers, Euan joins with significant experience of financial control in a corporate environment and within

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The latest figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) has revealed a 1% increase in UK construction output for the first quarter of the year but a 1.9% fall in the month-on-month all work series in March. The ONS said the rise was driven by repair and maintenance output, which increased b

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Output in the UK construction sector has continued to fall despite a slight increase last month. Figures published today by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) show that although this month's figures have seen a rise in output by 0.4% and a 1.1% rise in new work respectively, the three-month on

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