Miller Homes

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Miller Homes is donating £10,000 to community groups near its Scottish developments to help support 17 local schools, charities, foodbanks, and other causes in need. The housebuilder’s Community Fund, which is now in its second year and third round of funding, invites applications for fu

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Miller Homes has marked its first major milestone at its brand new Antonine Brae development in Bo’ness by beginning construction work on the first homes. The new community of 183 homes and 32 affordable options, will be the builders’ third development in the area following on from the s

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Councillors have been recommended to approve plans by Miller Homes to redevelop the former Playdrome leisure centre site in Clydebank. The housebuilder was chosen as the preferred bidder for the 8.5-acre site in 2022, beating five other housing developers to the £5.675 million sale.

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Miller Homes is to deliver an 182-home development in the West of Scotland after sealing the acquisition of a new site in Cambuslang. The 45-acre site is located in Hallside, six miles southeast of Glasgow, and sits on the eastern side of Cambuslang. The new development will consist of 182

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As the nights get darker homebuilder Miller Homes is keeping children across Scotland visible on their walk to and from school by donating high-vis vests as part of its Home Safe initiative. Families across Scotland are now invited along to collect high-vis vests from their nearest development.

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Scotland’s best site managers have been recognised for achieving the highest standards in house building after winning the most highly regarded competition in the industry. Organised by the National House Building Council (NHBC), the UK’s leading new homes warranty and insurance provider

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Four Scottish Miller Homes’ site managers have been awarded a Quality Award from this year’s NHBC Pride in the Job Awards. Winning Site Managers include Colin McNeish from Stoneyetts Village in Moodiesburn, Robert McGinney from Newton Fields in Cambuslang, Jim Martin from Carberry Grange

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Miller Homes is to deliver two new communities in the West of Scotland after it secured a 19.97-acre site in Paisley and a 6.45-acre site in Croy. Thornly Park in Paisley will be the homebuilder’s latest development in Renfrewshire, delivering a total of 179 homes to the area, with 167 pr

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Miller Homes has donated buddy benches and wildflower seeds to a selection of primary schools near its Scotland East developments to encourage new friendships among pupils and brighten up playgrounds.

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Miller Homes will deliver 114 new affordable homes across three of its Scotland East developments providing much needed homes by the end of the year. At its Carberry Grange development in Whitecraig, East Lothian, eight affordable homes are now occupied with another 55 under construction including a

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Miller Homes is calling on local projects, charities and causes to apply for its next round of community funding, which will see £20,000 distributed among those in need near its 23 developments. With community at its heart, Miller said it hopes to better local neighbourhoods across the East an

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