Dandara

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Dandara has submitted proposals to build more than 200 homes as part of a wider housing development in Aberdeen. Plans lodged with Aberdeen City Council will see the 216 homes developed on a site south of Hazledene Road, on the western outskirts of Countesswells.

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Dandara’s sales director Peter Best and Grandhome trustee Bruce Smith at the site overlooking Aberdeen Dandara has confirmed its latest investment in north-east Scotland with the acquisition of land in the first phase of the emerging new community at Grandhome in Aberdeen.

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The Dandara team at this year’s UK Property Awards Premium homebuilder Dandara has been presented with 12 prizes at the UK Property Awards, with half of the plaudits being awarded to developments in Aberdeen.

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Forbes Place in Aberdeen Property developer Dandara is in the running for 12 prizes in the UK round of the International Property Awards, with developments in Aberdeen receiving half of the nominations.

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Property developer Dandara has been fined £9,000 for providing misleading information relating to the sale of homes at its Stoneywood Estate in Aberdeen. Aberdeen Sheriff Court heard that the company provided misleading statements to Ronald and Sally Buxton, Colin McAllerce and Mandy and Peter McLe

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Planning permission is being sought for the development of 75 apartments on the site of a former office building in Edinburgh. Property developer Dandara wants to demolish the vacant Traquair House in the city’s Pinkhill area to make way for the residential block of one bed, two bed and three bedr

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Developer Dandara has submitted proposals to Aberdeen City Council to build 151 homes and a retirement apartment block in the Pinewood area of Countesswells. Under the plans, 116 of the properties will be spread across two apartment blocks with the remaining 35 units built as nearby houses.

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Plans to develop the former Triple Kirks site in the heart of Aberdeen into a world-class new accommodation facility for academics have been approved. The derelict church has lain empty for many years, and the 13-storey project will include 175 studio flats and 166 en-suite rooms.

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Property developer Dandara has received 14 prizes in the UK round of the International Property Awards, with half of the plaudits going to its developments in the north-east of Scotland. Dandara’s residential communities, Hazelwood and Stoneywood in Aberdeen, each received three prizes at the awar

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Dandara is to develop a new north-east Scotland distribution hub for parcel delivery company DPD at its Badentoy North business park on the outskirts of Aberdeen. DPD has secured the 43,000sq ft office and workshop facility, with extensive yard, on a 4 acre site in a 25-year deal.

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Plans to develop the former Triple Kirks site in the heart of Aberdeen into a world-class new accommodation facility for academics have now been submitted. Dandara had originally proposed to develop the building into offices but opted to create 337 units for students earlier this year due to a chang

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Laverock Braes will be the first neighbourhood created within the new community of Grandhome, on the north-west edge of Aberdeen A planning application has been lodged for the infrastructure that will support the creation of the first neighbourhood within the new community of Grandhome on the north-

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