One of the biggest family-owned homebuilders in Scotland is pivoting new developments towards providing more bungalows, which tend to be most popular amongst more mature age groups, for the first time since 2018.
Muir Group PLC has announced its financial results for the year 2022/23 which show a pre-tax profit of £2.2 million. Marking half a century in business this year, the independently owned family property developer and contractor reported a 5% increase in turnover to £89.3m (2022: £8
Ardgowan Distillery, Inverclyde's zero-carbon whisky producer, has commenced construction on its £20 million facility, hailed as the "cathedral of whisky". Inverkeithing-based Muir Construction will deliver the first build phase which is expected to last 12 months and will see the completion o
Muir Homes has successfully appealed the planning decision for 35 high-quality homes at a vacant brownfield site at Dalgety Bay. The Scottish Government’s reporter accepted the appeal and planning permission will be granted subject to a signed legal agreement with Fife Council to provide the d
Construction and property firm Muir Group has celebrated 50 years in business with its founder, John Muir, still serving as chairman. Mr Muir, a former joiner, set up the company in 1973 after managing another homebuilding business. Muir Group has since grown into one of the most well-known family-r
Canmoor has appointed Muir Construction as the main contractor to deliver the £25 million speculative development at Westway, next to Glasgow Airport. Works have now commenced on the 13-acre site, which will consist of two high-quality industrial/ warehouse units of 86,630 sq ft and 202,230 sq
Muir Group has appointed former colleague Martin Smith as its new CEO. Martin joins the Fife-based company from ISG where he was director of operations for major projects, having held a number of senior management positions, including area director for Miller Construction, managing director (Ce
An application for 35 new homes on a vacant brownfield site in Dalgety Bay has been rejected by Fife Council with developer Muir Homes vowing to appeal the decision. The housebuilder said it had conducted extensive consultation with the local community ahead of submitting plans for homes a