Dunedin Canmore

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Three planning applications relating to new homes and infrastructure at Blindwells were yesterday given the green light by East Lothian Council’s planning committee. An application detailing the road and footpath network, cycle path, landscaping and drainage infrastructure for Phase Two o

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Taylor Wimpey East Scotland has concluded a second contract with Dunedin Canmore to deliver a further 38 affordable homes for social and mid-market rent, which will form part of the wider masterplan vision and framework for the new community that is now emerging in Roslin.

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Work has commenced on the construction of 57 affordable homes in a prime location within Midlothian, being built by CALA Homes (East) on behalf of Dunedin Canmore. Comprising 16 cottage flats, 13 terraced homes and 28 apartments, the homes form part of the wider Mauricewood Masterplan in Penicuik an

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Dunedin Canmore has delivered a major boost to affordable housing across Edinburgh after completing 174 new homes in four communities across the capital. The social landlord has completed 110 new, energy-efficient houses and flats for social rent and another 64 for mid-market rental.

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The first phase of a multi-million pound transformation of a community in Edinburgh has taken shape with the launch of 111 new energy-efficient homes. The Dunedin Canmore properties form part of the redevelopment of Craigmillar town centre that will see the area transformed by new homes, a new secon

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Work has started on two projects which will provide 60 new affordable housing in Edinburgh. The homes – 19 for mid-market rent in Morrison Crescent and 41 for social rent in Beaverbank Place – are being built for Dunedin Canmore, part of Wheatley Group, by Glasgow-based contractor and ma

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St Nicholas Place Dunedin Canmore housing developments in Edinburgh will see smart metering technology installed into a total of 228 properties by Vital Energi, who will also supply and service the machinery.

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A £280 million development near Edinburgh Airport consisting of 1,400 new homes, a primary school, shops and offices, has been recommended for refusal by council officials. Work on the Maybury development, which would also include hundreds of affordable homes, had been hoped to start as early as ne

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