Miller Homes has announced the appointment of two senior roles within the group. David Skelton has joined the team as head of learning and development, and Jo Stott has assumed the role of group head of environmental sustainability.
A partnership between two developers has signalled its intent to create much-needed family homes as part of plans to transform a derelict site in North Lanarkshire. Hamilton-based employer Banks Property Developments and Edinburgh headquartered housebuilder Miller Homes are preparing a joint plannin
Miller Homes has submitted plans for around 250 new homes in West Calder to West Lothian Council. The housebuilder is seeking planning permission in principle to build the homes on a site in Moss End, near the famous Five Sisters, the West Lothian Courier reports.
Miller Homes' Evergreen Manor development in Kilmarnock is partnering with local book shop The Book Nook Stewarton to donate £250 worth of vouchers to Kilmaurs Primary School in celebration of World Book Day's 25th anniversary. Pupils from the school welcomed Miller Homes' Evergreen Manor deve
A consortium comprising of John Graham Holdings, Panacea Property Development and Miller Homes has today been appointed as development partner for the next stage of the City of Edinburgh Council-led regeneration of Meadowbank. Councillors agreed to award the £1.045 million
Stewart Lynes is to succeed Chris Endsor as chief executive officer at Miller Homes, the housebuilder announced today. Assuming responsibility for the overall management of the business from the end of March, My Lynes joined Miller Homes 15 years ago and has held various senior positions d
Miller Homes Scotland is showing its support to the Scottish Police Dog Memorial fund with a £500 donation to help create a sculpture dedicated to all police dogs throughout Scotland, past and present in Glasgow’s Pollok Country Park. Development sales manager for the homebuilder, Emma R
In celebration of National Apprenticeship Week (Monday 7 – Sunday 13 February), Miller Homes is shining a light on two of their brilliant trainees in West Scotland. Emily McNeice (20) and Brogan Dawson (20), both from Glasgow, have been working hard and are now over halfway through their appre