Kirkwood Homes

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Angus Council has rejected plans for a new 62-home housing development in Carnoustie. Kirkwood Homes, in conjunction with Angus Estates Ltd, had drawn up plans to expand the northern edge of the town.

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Councillors have approved plans for 49 new homes in a north east village. Aberdeenshire Council's Garioch Area Committee cleared the way for Kirkwood Homes to build the third and final phase of its Cluny Meadows development.

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Aberdeen-based Kirkwood Homes has pushed ahead with a £200 million plan to build up to 800 new homes at the former Fairways golf course in Inverness. A Proposal of Application Notice was submitted to Highland Council, with the developers claiming the development will create about 150 construct

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Kirkwood Homes is seeking permission to build 284 new homes at the northern border of Aberdeenshire and Aberdeen. The development will be located at Blackdog, just south-east of the Aberdeen bypass roundabout that links to the A92 Aberdeen to Blackdog road.

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The Scottish Government has granted an appeal against the refusal of planning permission for 64 new homes in Pitmedden. Kirkwood Homes had previous applications for the Bonnyton Farm site refused by Aberdeenshire Council in 2018 and 2019. 

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Kirkwood Homes has reignited plans for a £100 million hotel and residential development near Banchory. The developer has submitted a proposal of application notice (POAN) to Aberdeenshire Council for a tourism and leisure hotel development and up to 100 homes in Inchmarlo.

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Kirkwood Homes’ plan to increase the size of its Linlathen Village development in Broughty Ferry has been knocked back by councillors. The developer had planned to deliver an additional 100 homes at the site to the north of the A92 – also known as Balgillo Heights.

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