Persimmon

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Persimmon Homes North Scotland is poised to start work on the first phase of a new £36 million housing development at Upper Victoria, Carnoustie. The housebuilder was given the given the green light by Angus Council’s planning committee in February 2021 to begin construction of 194 homes

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Strong demand from buyers and rising property prices helped Persimmon increase sales above pre-pandemic levels in the first half of the year, the housebuilder said today.

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Persimmon Homes has appointed a new customer care director as the company looks to enhance its focus on customers. Sonia Da Costa brings a wealth of experience to the business having worked in customer service roles for more than 20 years.

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The latest planning application for new homes at one of Scotland’s largest mixed-use development projects could see a third housebuilder on site before the end of the year. The planning application for 197 new homes at Blindwells on the outskirts of Edinburgh has been submitted by Persimmon Ho

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A public consultation will be conducted into plans for 61 new homes in Bathgate. Persimmon Homes East Scotland has lodged a Proposal of Application Notice to West Lothian Council regarding its housing, commercial and retail plan for land at Simpson Avenue / Leyland Road in Wester Inch.

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Persimmon said today it remains on track to increase the number of new home handovers compared to last year with completions in the first half of 2021 approaching those of the first half of 2019.

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West Lothian Council has granted planning permission for the development of 48 homes in West Calder. Persimmon Homes East will build two, three and four-bed properties with access road, SUDS, landscaping and associated works at the new 1.55-hectare site, on land to the west of Hartwood Road.

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Persimmon and Perth & Kinross Council have been given two weeks to respond to an official complaint to a Scottish Government Reporter regarding sewage concerns one of the housebuilder's planned developments in Kinross. Earlier this year, reporter David Buylla said he is minded to

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Persimmon has promoted James MacKay to managing director after six months working as director-in-charge in North Scotland. In his new role, Mr Mackay will take both an operational and strategic view that supports the long-term aim of the business. He will lead the team of 120 overseeing ne

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