A planning application has been submitted for new homes in an Aberdeenshire village.
Kirkwood Homes has submitted plans to build 50 new homes at a Broughty Ferry housing development that could see the former Linlathen Neurological Care Centre knocked down.
Kirkwood Homes, in partnership with Balcarres Estate, will hold a consultation event in Collinsburgh Town Hall today to allow locals the chance to learn about its plans to build 50 new homes in the Fife town. The housebuilder has submitted a proposal of application notice to Fife Council for the dev
Kirkwood Homes and Angus Estates have lost an appeal to build 60 new homes on the greenfield site at the north east edge of Carnoustie. In June this year, Kirkwood Homes submitted an appeal to Angus Council after the local authority refused its planning application in March.
Kirkwood Homes has submitted an appeal to Angus Council after the local authority refused its planning application to build 60 new homes in Carnoustie.
A new public consultation has been launched into plans by Kirkwood Homes for a new mixed-use development at Fairways, Inverness.
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.
A consortium of housebuilders has resurrected plans to build 600 homes in Kintore.
Kirkwood Homes has reduced the number of new properties at its proposed Carnoustie development following discussions with Angus Council.
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.
Councillors have agreed that the residential phase of a major mixed-use project at Inchmarlo can be delivered in the first phase of development despite fears that the hotel element may never materialise.
Kirkwood Homes is to create a new timber frame business as part of a £2 million expansion of its Aberdeenshire manufacturing facilities.
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
Plans to build 284 new homes on the border between Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire have been approved by Aberdeenshire Council. Kirkwood Homes will progress the project at Blackdog, just southeast of the Aberdeen bypass roundabout that links to the A92.
Kirkwood Homes has submitted plans to build 16 new high-end homes in Broughty Ferry. Dundee City Council received the plans to build the new three, four and five-bedroom homes at the former Linlathen House’s walled garden.