Osprey Housing

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Osprey Housing Group has recently boosted Moray's housing stock with the addition of ten new homes in the heart of Elgin. The Osprey Housing development in the town’s Alba Place comprises four one-bed cottage apartments and six three-bed villas in a terrace design emulating nearby former mill

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Osprey Housing is working with Moray-based housebuilder Tulloch of Cummingston to develop 76 new homes as part of a major project in Lossiemouth. The initial phase of this venture represents a £2.85 million undertaking for Osprey — the group’s largest new-build project yet —

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Osprey Housing Group chief executive Glenn Adcook is set to retire after nearly 50 years working in the housing sector. Glenn, who joined the north east social landlord in 2011, becoming CEO in 2017, will step down by the end of the year.

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Construction work is to begin shortly on ten new Osprey Housing Moray affordable homes in the heart of Elgin. Allan Liddle, development officer at Osprey Housing Group, (left) and John Main, managing director at Morlich Homes, looking over the plans for the new development

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L-R: Bill Chapman chairman of OTRA, Scottish Housing Minister Kevin Stewart with Osprey Chief Executive Glenn Adcook with Liam Wilson and Chelsey McElroy with their one year old daughter Ariah(Photo: Newsline Media) Scottish Housing Minister Kevin Stewart has officially opened a flagship development

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