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New home warranty and insurance provider NHBC has announced the appointment of Jenny Scott as the organisation’s new head of claims. Jenny joins NHBC from the QBE Group having worked within the insurance sector for the past 20 years. Her previous roles included UK property claims manager

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A senior site manager has represented his Midlothian development on the UK stage at the housebuilding industry’s most prestigious awards ceremony. Ian Welsh, senior site manager with CALA Homes (East), was crowned a runner-up in the Large Builder category for his work at Mayburn Park, Straiton

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A Mactaggart & Mickel site manager from Ayr has been named Supreme Award runner-up in the UK finals of NHBC Pride in the Job Awards. Stuart Gillespie scooped the runner-up title in the Medium Builder category for his exceptional management of the Greenan Views development in Ayr. Stuart has

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(from left) Neil Jefferson (NHBC chief operating officer); Stuart Gillespie; Garry Henderson; Ian Welsh and Malcolm MacLeod (NHBC director Scotland) Three house building site managers were crowned winners in the Scotland finals of the NHBC Pride in the Job Awards 2018 at a ceremony held at The Hilto

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Taylor Wimpey West Scotland has cause to celebrate after five site managers each scooped a prestigious NHBC Pride in the Job Quality Award. Iain Alexander (Benthall Farm, East Kilbride), Dougie Kirkland (Newton Farm, Cambuslang); David McClure (Castle Gardens, Crookston); Angus Cameron (Tannochside

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(from left) Steve Wood, NHBC chief executive; Jeff Calder; Dean Ellis; David Mills; Alexander Taylor; Jan Ruddick; Garry Henderson; Graham Mann and Rory Bremner The best site managers in UK home building have been recognised for their dedication to health and safety at a ceremony hosted by top Briti

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Eleven site managers from Miller Homes have been acknowledged for their work in building new homes safely and to the highest quality at the NHBC Pride in the Job Quality Awards. The NHBC-backed awards, which are widely recognised as being among the most prestigious in the industry, recognise site ma

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Attracting young people into construction and new home quality are among the areas of focus to be discussed by industry experts at this year’s NHBC Building for tomorrow roadshows – ‘Future Skills, Future Standards, Future Quality’. Building for tomorrow is the annual series of seminars wher

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Neal Toland receiving his NHBC award Three site managers from CALA Homes have each scooped a highly prized accolade in recognition of their work at the highest standards of the housebuilding industry.

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(from left) Maurice Corry – regional MSP West Scotland, Malcolm MacLeod – regional director NHBC Scotland, John McColgan – senior site manager (Keepmoat) Conservative MSP for West Scotland, Maurice Corry, visited a new build housing development in Greenock to assess the measures being taken by

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The National House-Building Council (NHBC) has honoured 39 builders on Scottish sites for their dedication to building homes of outstanding quality. The home warranty and insurance provider has revealed the names of the Quality Award winners - the UK’s 445 best site managers, placing them at the v

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The number of new homes registered to be built in Scotland topped 12,700 in 2015, a continued increase of 15 per cent on the previous year, new NHBC figures have revealed. In total, 12,755 new homes were registered by NHBC in 2015 compared to 11,138 in 2014.

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Steve Walker, Paul Dunnett, Kirk Raine, comedian Kevin Bridges, NHBC CEO Mike Quinton, Michael Thomas and David Barratt Five house-building site managers were recognised for building homes of the highest standard at NHBC’s Pride in the Job Awards 2015 gala final.

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Scotland enjoyed an 8 per cent rise in the number of new homes registered by local authorities during the last quarter, according to new figures released today by NHBC. Councils registered a total of 3,313 new homes between July and September in 2015, compared to 3,060 homes over the same period las

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