Places for People's real estate fund manager PfP Capital has agreed to purchase development manager igloo Regeneration following a four-year partnership between the two organisations. PfP Capital and igloo have been working together since 2018 through a successful joint venture partnership form
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A planning application has now been lodged for the development of 220 homes at Granton Waterfront.
When Places for People completed its development at The Green, three miles south of Edinburgh at Longstone, the company sought to find a positive way to repurpose a large marketing suite in the form of a portacabin. Recently, it launched a campaign calling on Scottish charities, community groups and
A second consultation has launched into a proposed housing development at Granton Waterfront.
Procurement Hub, part of Places for People, has appointed Robertson Construction Group to the Scotland lot of its new major projects framework following a strict procurement process. The £4.2 billion Major Projects Framework will be the second iteration, building upon the success and stre
Places for People has unveiled its new four-bedroom detached show home at Tornagrain, the newest town in the Highlands and located only eight miles east of Inverness.
Children at Longniddry Primary School have used their artistic talents to help create a colourful display at Places for People’s Longniddry Village development.
A limited number of spacious and affordable family homes are being created for the first time in Stirling by Places for People.
Places for People Group has launched a new initiative that aims to help young women establish careers in the construction sector.
The next phase of regeneration of the emerging Dundashill neighbourhood in Glasgow has been unlocked thanks to a strategic land deal agreed between BIGG Regeneration and Scottish Canals.
Places for People has released aerial images to show the progress being made at its Chapelton development, located just eight miles outside of Aberdeen.
The fund management business established by Places for People has completed the construction of the first two development sites in Scotland and acquired a further site in January.
A Scottish housebuilder is transforming a former Edinburgh industrial site into 77 new homes, thanks to a £5.8 million funding package from Bank of Scotland.
A residential portfolio comprising 118 residential properties across the Central Belt of Scotland has been sold by Places for People to private clients of Tay Letting for c.£10 million. The portfolio of properties was spread across eight developments in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Paisl
Councillors have approved plans by Swan Group for 100 new affordable homes in Royston, in the north of Glasgow. The development was given the go-ahead by Glasgow City Council in October 2019, after Swan Group agreed to purchase the site, subject to planning approval.