Persimmon

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Housebuilder Persimmon has made a provision of £75 million to address cladding safety issues on 26 buildings in its legacy development portfolio. Following a review of past projects, the company has identified nine high-rise buildings over 18 metres built by the group where, in line

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The detailed masterplan for a £70 million Angus residential and business development is set to be approved by Angus Council. Five years after permission in principle was granted for the Pitskelly scheme at Carnoustie, Angus development standards councillors are being recommended to conditional

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Persimmon Homes has appointed its former director in charge, Neil Parry, as managing director with overall responsibility for the housebuilder's East Scotland business based in Bathgate. The team currently works across the City of Edinburgh, Stirling, Falkirk, East Lothian, Midlothian, Scottish Bord

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A Scottish Government reporter has approved appeals for two developments in Perth & Kinross totalling more than 230 homes. Perth & Kinross Council’s refused an application for 59 home and eight flats in Milnathort by Springfield Properties last year after concerns were r

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A "robust" performance by Persimmon in the second half of the year has mitigated some of the impact of delays caused by the initial Covid-19 lockdown period in the first half, the housebuilder said today. In a trading update today ahead of the publication of its annual results, Persimmon reveal

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Persimmon has announced the appointment of Andrew Wyllie CBE to its board as an independent non-executive director. Most recently chief executive of Costain Group Plc for a period of 14 years, until his retirement in 2019, Mr Wylie will also join the board’s audit and nomination committee

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Persimmon Homes has launched an appeal into Perth & Kinross Council's rejection of an application to expand a housing development in Kinross. The housebuilder had hoped to build a further 169 houses at its development at Lathro Farm.

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Dunedin Canmore has delivered a major boost to affordable housing across Edinburgh after completing 174 new homes in four communities across the capital. The social landlord has completed 110 new, energy-efficient houses and flats for social rent and another 64 for mid-market rental.

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Housebuilders Persimmon and Vistry have reported an increase demand for new homes since reopening sales offices after months at a standstill during the coronavirus lockdown.

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