Andrew Haslam, Ogilvie Homes and another developer have submitted plans to Stirling Council to build 38 houses in the rural Stirlingshire village of Fintry. The developers hope to build on land next to south of Menzies Terrace.
Ogilvie Construction has continued to expand its team with the appointment of Jim Yuille as pre-construction manager and Rebecca Newlands as estimating assistant. With over 35 years’ experience in the construction industry, Mr Yuille has a broad knowledge of pre-construction management and con
Ogilvie Group has planted 250,000 trees on the outskirts of Stirling as part of a plan to reduce the company’s carbon footprint and support the fight against climate change. Planted on 250 acres of moorland acquired by the company in North Third, the trees will capture approximately 12,000 ton
Kate Forbes, cabinet secretary for finance and economy, and Rob Shuter, CEO of BT Enterprise, participated in the ground-breaking ceremony yesterday to mark the official beginning of work on BT Group’s brand new multi-million-pound contact centre in Dundee. The new office, which will be h
The Scottish Government has overruled Perth & Kinross Council to give permission to Ogilvie Homes to build a new housing development in West Kinfauns. Ogilvie Homes initiated an appeal after failing to secure permission for 15 homes at Walnut Grove.
Plans to build 23 new houses at Dunlop Manor have been submitted to East Ayrshire Council. Planning permission was previously approved in 2015, with an amendment made three years later to address wildlife issues.
Midlothian Council’s £17 million project to build new homes and a care facility on the old Dalkeith High School site is on budget and on track to finish at the end of 2022. The project is among the council’s most ambitious capital programme ever, which is seeing record investment o
A decision to refuse an application to build 15 houses in West Kinfauns has been overturned following an appeal. Perth & Kinross Council planning committee voted 10-3 against accepting a recommendation to approve Ogilvie Homes’ application to erect the new dwellings on land at Ki
Ogilvie Construction has boosted its estimating team with the appointment of Philip Scott. Philip brings over 15 years of sub-contracting and estimating experience to the business with more than five years of main contracting experience on both commercial and social housing projects.
Ogilvie Construction has completed two phases in the development of new council flats which are part of an exciting programme building 2,000 new council houses across Aberdeen. The development at Wellheads at Dyce is one of nine sites across the city where Aberdeen City Council is building new counc