Miller Homes

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Miller Homes has announced it plans to continue its “substantial” land investment programme after the firm unveiled a 66 per cent rise in interim profits. "Buoyant" market conditions helped the Edinburgh-based group towards a profit before tax of £38.2 million for the six months to the end of J

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Tracey Lee regional operations director at Miller Homes with Martin Leach managing director of Wates Developments Housebuilders Miller Homes and Wates Developments have joined forces to form a new joint venture which will increase business opportunities for both organisations.

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Miller Homes finance director Ian Murdoch (left) and chief executive Chris Endsor Miller Homes has revealed its plans for future growth in the central Scotland market after reporting increased pre-tax profit by more than 90 per cent for the second year running.

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Get into Home Building students celebrate their success at a special graduation event at Edinburgh College Twenty-five young people have successfully completed a six week Prince’s Trust ‘Get into Home Building’ programme, which helps unemployed young people gain practical skills and experience

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Keepers Gate in Broomhouse will see a further 23 homes Miller Homes has announced plans to create 205 new homes across the Glasgow and Midlothian areas as the company prepares to start building further phases at four sites before the end of the year.

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Chris Endsor Miller Homes became the third UK housebuilder to issue a positive trading update after it reported a 32 per cent growth in turnover.

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Artist's impression of the new homes at Polofields in Edinburgh Miller Homes has announced plans to create 750 new homes in Scotland as the company prepares to start build on a further five sites across the country before the end of 2014.

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The projected finish date for a £42 million new high school in Shetland has been pushed back to April 2017 due to the complexity of the design discussions. Shetland Islands Council (SIC) confirmed this week that its flagship project for a new Anderson High School and halls of residence at Lerwick's

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Miller Homes has shelved plans to float the business on the London stock exchange blaming volatility in the financial markets. Last month the housebuilder announced its intention to raise around £140 million by selling off at least 40 per cent of the company on the open market.

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