Scotia Homes

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Detailed designs for 146 new homes, a quarter of which will be affordable, have been submitted for the north-western edge of Arbroath. Ellon-based housebuilder Scotia Homes wants to develop arable land at Crudie Farm, adjacent to Arbirlot Road West. 

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Perth and Kinross Council’s planning and development committee has unanimously approved a Blairgowrie housing development. Scotia Homes and GS Brown Construction’s submitted plans to build 107 houses on land located to the south west of Maple Place. The plans include 12 two-bed

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Scotia Homes has submitted plans to build almost 150 new homes, a quarter of which will be affordable homes, on the land at Crudie Farm on the north-western edge of Arbroath. A proposal of application (PAN) notice submitted to Angus Council details plans for the open farmland site which ha

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Angus Council has approved Scotia Homes' consultation for a proposed 125-home development in Forfar. Scotia Homes can now proceed with the launch of a new webpage that will detail its ambitions for what it calls “Glenview”, south of Westfield Loan and west of Strathview.

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Scotia Homes has submitted a proposal of application notice to build 125 new homes on a site in Forfar bordering land where a 175-house plan is yet to be determined. The site in question is the near 20-acre area of farmland at Westfield Loan. The move is the latest expansion bid for the west of the

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The new owners of Scotia Homes have warned that a reorganisation of the business may lead to redundancies. A source quoted in The Press & Journal said a redundancy consultation has started among a workforce totalling about 190 people with more than 100 jobs on the line.

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A joint venture owned by property entrepreneurs Bruce Linton and David Cameron has acquired north-east housebuilder Scotia Homes for an undisclosed sum. The Ellon firm said it had been acquired by Camlin Group, with the size of the majority stake also undisclosed.

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Bill Bruce, the founder of Aberdeenshire housebuilder Scotia Homes, has died aged 86. Ellon-born and bred, Mr Bruce was directly involved in the construction and sale of 20,000 homes across Scotland. Throughout his long career he worked to fulfil his dream that everyone should be able to own a home.

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Aberdeenshire housebuilder Scotia Homes has confirmed that it is undertaking a review of its business, with the potential for job losses. The firm said “continuing challenges” affecting the property market since the oil industry downturn in 2014 and “heightening uncertainties relat

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The Scottish Government has overturned Aberdeenshire Council's rejection of plans to build 113 homes in Tarves, The Press and Journal reports. Councillors at the local authority refused Scotia Homes' plans last year due to concerns over the scale of the development and lack of accompanying amenities

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New plans have been revealed for a mixed-use development on the outskirts of Ellon which will include almost 1,000 homes. The mixed-use development proposed for land at Cromleybank Farm consists of up to 980 houses, a quarter of which will be affordable, as well as 2 hectares of employment land, a s

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Aberdeenshire housebuilder Scotia Homes has announced that it expects to shed 10 per cent of its workforce as the oil and gas industry downturn continues to hit the local housing market. The Ellon-based group, which employs around 210 staff as well as a number of apprentices, said “market conditio

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