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Energy-usage tracking of Hillcrest’s first ultra-low carbon homes, which were delivered in Alyth earlier this year, have shown savings of 40% in comparison to average household bills over the first six months. This new level of energy-efficiency was achieved in the homes through implementing a

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Four blocks of modern energy-efficient apartments have been completed at Perth’s Goodlyburn Terrace, with the 39 properties boosting the Fair City’s provision of affordable housing. The £4.3 million development, which is managed by Hillcrest Homes, consists of one and two-bedroom a

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Two new applications for housing developments have been proposed for Alyth in Perthshire, totalling more than 50 homes. The planning applications have been submitted for 34 houses on grazing land near Meethill Road and 20 homes on a field next to Losset Road.

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Hillcrest's £6 million affordable housing development on Edinburgh’s Warriston Road has formally opened, adding a further 45 affordable homes to the city’s affordable housing provision. To mark the opening, delegates from City of Edinburgh Council visited the Canonmills Garden deve

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Ryan Fletcher, managing director at Cullross Ltd and senior director at jmarchitects, looks at developing new homes for the future and the important role that modern methods of construction, including off-site units, are playing. I have been in and around building sites since I was a boy and ha

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The latest significant milestone in the regeneration of Sunnyside Estate has been achieved with the transfer of the first affordable units to Hillcrest Homes. Representatives from Sunnyside Estate and Hillcrest were joined by the Scottish Government to mark the occasion of the handover of the first

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Councillors in Dundee have approved plans for two developments that will provide 121 new homes. A former industrial site on Ballindean Road in Douglas will host 43 houses and 24 flats, six fewer than initially intended during a public consultation last year to accommodate a SUDS

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After a 40-year career in housing, David Zwirlein, Hillcrest director of development has announced his plans to retire. Mr Zwirlein is retiring at a time where Hillcrest is undertaking its most ambitious development programme to date, of which he has been instrumental.

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