The winners of the 2015 Homes for Scotland Annual Awards were announced in front of some 900 guests at the organisation’s Annual Lunch Recognising the efforts made to ensure the strongest possible platform for recovery within the new build market, the winners of trade body Homes for Scotland’s p
The City of Edinburgh Council has agreed that its Local Development Plan should be moved on to be examined by the Reporter appointed by the Scottish Government, before the final plan is agreed. The long-awaited plan allocates land around the city for the next 10 years, and has been driven by Scottis
Nicola Barclay Home builders have urged Edinburgh councillors preparing to meet tomorrow to move ahead with submitting the draft Local Development Plan to the Scottish Government for examination in order to start addressing the city’s housing shortage and avoid further delays.
Nicola Barclay Trade body Homes for Scotland (HFS) has appointed Nicola Barclay as director of planning with responsibility for ensuring that the organisation’s planning function is utilised to the maximum benefit of members and helps enable the development of homes of all tenures across the count
Mike Galloway The shortlist for Scotland’s premier home building industry awards has been announced as trade body Homes for Scotland gears up for its largest ever ceremony celebrating the sector’s achievements.
Philip Hogg Scotland’s home building industry has welcomed Chancellor George Osborne’s introduction of a new Help to Buy ISA to assist those saving for their first property but warned it would be of little use north of the border unless there is help to build the homes that are needed in the fir
Philip Hogg Home buyers in Scotland are facing further disadvantage to those elsewhere in Britain after Wales announced its intention to extend its Help to Buy shared equity scheme, Homes for Scotland has warned.
First-time buyers have been handed a tax boost after finance secretary John Swinney announced sweeping revisions to his replacement for stamp duty which will see 50 per cent of all household transactions paying no tax. Revisions to the Land and Buildings Transaction Tax (LBTT), which will replace St