How the new homes from Ardenglen will look (Image courtesy of ARM Architects) Families in Glasgow’s Castlemilk are in line for £3.6 million housing boost after a major new housing development was announced.
McTaggart Construction has been appointed to the Scottish Procurement Alliance (SPA) H1 Framework for housing delivery following a rigorous procurement exercise. The framework has been developed to assist the Scottish Government’s target to deliver 50,000 new homes by 2021 and enables any publicly
McTaggart Construction has handed over a cheque for £3,500 to extend the WiFi at Wyndford Hub in Maryhill and purchase more tablet computers. A Click & Connect free computer learning centre at the Hub – funded by Wheatley Group and Glasgow Kelvin College – helps 30-40 people per day access
Laurieston Living in Glasgow could soon add more than two dozen new homes to the scope of its ongoing development. Regeneration specialist Urban Union recently submitted a planning application to Glasgow City Council which outlined plans for 28 new units.
Regeneration company Urban Union has hired a new senior quantity surveyor, as it continues to launch additional phases at its sites and new developments across Scotland. Martin Dick joins Urban Union at its head office in Glasgow, having previously worked as senior quantity surveyor for Uddingston-h
Leader of Glasgow City Council, Councillor Susan Aitken marks the start of work on new Loretto homes at Buckley Street with (from left) Wheatley Group’s Jackie McIntosh, Paul Sweeney MP, Patrick Flynn of Glasgow City Council, Douglas Robin of Loretto Housing, Bob Doris MSP, Wheatley Group’s Olga
The Wise Group and McTaggart Group have agreed an official employability partnership which has resulted in full time jobs for four young people from one of Glasgow’s most disadvantaged areas. The partnership was launched in October this year, the first site being McTaggart’s Ashfield Street, whe
(from left) Alastair Anderson, Gary Climson, Janice Russell McTaggart Construction has achieved Gold Standard during its recent Investors In People and Investors In Young People review, ends a positive year for the group which has built over 330 homes across central Scotland in 2017.
Work has started on-site at a £20 million waterfront residential development designed by Mosaic Architecture + Design at Granton Harbour in Edinburgh. Plot 27 forms part of the western breakwater edge of the Granton Harbour masterplan. The plot is bounded by the Firth on the west and canals, which
(from left) West Lothian Council leader, Councillor Lawrence Fitzpatrick; WLHP chair John M Hill, and Councillor George Paul, West Lothian Council’s executive councillor for services to the community Work has started on almost 100 homes for social rent in a sought-after development on the outskirt
Regeneration firm Urban Union and architects Barton Willmore have submitted plans for the next phase of regeneration at the Pennywell Living development to the City of Edinburgh Council. The application includes plans for 315 dwellings, landscaping and associated drainage and infrastructure at the s
Work is set to get underway on the next phase of regeneration at the award-winning Laurieston Living development in the Gorbals area of Glasgow. Laurieston is one of eight Transformational Regeneration Areas (TRA) in the city earmarked for regeneration as part of the Transforming Communities: Glasgo
Regeneration company Urban Union has welcomed seven new staff as it celebrates growth in the first half of 2017. The joint venture between McTaggart Construction and Robertson Group Holdings has strengthened its team across the business from graduate hires to senior management.