The former Playdrome site in Clydebank is set to be transformed into a housing development after a £5.675 million sale.
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
Stirling Council has taken the keys to the first new-build council homes to be built in Dunblane for more than 45 years.
Scottish housebuilder Miller Homes is being acquired by a fund managed by Apollo from fellow private equity giant Bridgepoint Group.
Miller Homes has completed the acquisition of a 17-acre land parcel within the West Craigs development in Edinburgh allowing for the creation of 213 new homes on the outskirts of the capital.
Miller Homes has secured the purchase of land at multiple locations across the east of Scotland, bringing 526 much-needed new homes to popular towns and communities.
Miller Homes has announced the launch of its third development in West Dunbartonshire.
Miller Homes is marking its 20th-year building in East Kilbride with a brand-new development in Jackton, South Lanarkshire.
Miller Homes has announced the launch of an 86-home development in Kilmaurs, East Ayrshire. With the first homes ready for completion in early 2022, Evergreen Manor will see Miller Homes venture back into Ayrshire for the first time in several years, as the housebuilder extends its reach across the
Miller Homes is to deliver 63 new homes at Ellismuir Gardens in Broomhouse.
Miller Homes has unveiled two new developments in the East Lothian towns of Tranent and Whitecraig.
The final phase of the City of Edinburgh Council’s Powderhall Stables refurbishment, which will transform a historic 1890s former stable block in the Broughton neighbourhood of Edinburgh into work and events spaces, is now under way.
Plans to develop 105 homes at the former Forbo Nairn land in Kirkcaldy may succeed without the need for affordable housing contributions thanks to a technicality in Fife planning policy, according to reports. Miller Homes has proposed building units on land to the south of Calender Av
Miller Homes has acquired Wallace Land Investments and Management Limited in a move that accelerates the expansion of its strategic landbank and growth to deliver 5,000 homes per annum over the medium term. Founded in 2009 in Edinburgh, Wallace has expanded into England over the years with
Plans to build a major housing development at the University of the West of Scotland’s (UWS) Thornly Park campus in Paisley have been rejected by Renfrewshire Council. UWS, in partnership with Miller Homes, applied for permission to knock down the sports pitches, student accommodation, and Rob