Barratt Developments has acquired the land promoter Gladman Developments for a total cash consideration of £250 million.
A Scottish Government reporter has rejected an appeal for 80 homes to be built on farmland located east of Kingseat.
Fife Council has received plans for a major development in Kinghorn comprising of 140 new homes. Gladman Developments is seeking permission to build the homes at Mid Mire in Kinghorn, which it said could bring 294 new residents to the town.
West Lothian Council has awarded planning permission for a new development of more than 200 homes in Livingston. Bellway Homes Ltd (Scotland East) and Gladman Developments will deliver 179 houses and 32 flats with roads, paths, landscaping and associated works on Gregory Road, Kirkton Campus.
Gladman Developments Limited has lodged an appeal over Fife Council's refusal of its plans for 80 new homes near Kingseat. The developer sought permission last year for the £9.8 million development on farmland to the North and South of Cuddyhouse Road.
Homes for Scotland has unveiled the shortlisted candidates for its Associate Member of the Year. The trade body has announced there will be no winners of its 2020 Awards this year, but all shortlisted candidates will be revealed to recognise the efforts of successful submissions.
On June 3, the Court of Session handed down a landmark judgment in the case of Gladman Developments Limited v Scottish Ministers in which it upheld the use of the ‘tilted balance’ in cases where there is a shortfall in the housing land supply. Burges Salmon’s Scottish planning and
A Reporter for the Scottish Ministers was found to have erred in law by accepting without question the findings of the planning authority regarding the quantity of effective housing land supply in the area.
Plans to build 70 homes and a new cemetery on greenbelt land in Strathblane have been refused by Stirling Council. The development, which was being taken forward by Gladman Developments, was proposed for land south of Broadgate House on Campsie Road.
Developers have submitted a planning application for up to 200 new homes in Waterfoot, East Renfrewshire. The proposed development will include affordable housing, local retail, community facilities and associated engineering works.