An annual event that recognises outstanding people and businesses within the North East construction industry has launched this year’s search by revealing a new main sponsor for the first time in eight years. Scotia Homes has taken over the prestigious partnership from Stewart Milne Group and
Ellon-headquartered housebuilder Scotia Homes has reported a 16% increase in operating profit to £4.4 million with a pretax profit of £3.9m for the year ended 30th June 2022. Turnover reached £40m which was 21% ahead of the previous financial year as the business recovered from the
Kingdom Housing Association has acquired eight highly energy-efficient homes for mid-market rent in Blairgowrie from Scotia Homes. The new 2 and 3-bedroom homes are Kingdom’s first mid-market rent properties in the Blairgowrie area and will be let and managed by Kingdom Initiatives.
A development by housebuilder Scotia Homes featuring new homes all heated from non-fossil fuel sources has been recognised as one of the most sustainable in the UK.
Ellon-headquartered housebuilder Scotia Homes has announced its managing director, Martin Bruce, is to retire in December 2022. Mr Bruce supported his late father Bill Bruce in founding Scotia back in 1990 and is stepping down from his role to become more involved with his family’s farming and
Angus councillors have approved plans submitted by Scotia Homes for 146 new homes on the north-western edge of Arbroath. The Ellon-based housebuilder submitted plans for the Crudie Farm site, adjacent to Arbirlot Road West, last year.
Scotia Homes has begun consulting on proposals for a £35 million housing development near Forfar, Angus. The Ellon-based housebuilder has submitted a proposal of application notice for a residential development, incorporating open space and associated infrastructure at land adjacent to Westfie
Ellon-headquartered housebuilder Scotia Homes has acquired timber kit manufacturer Caledonia Homes for an undisclosed sum. Caledonia, which is based at Castle Road Industrial Estate in Ellon, Aberdeenshire, has been 100% owned by Stuart Sutherland since 2004. The company has an excellent reputation
Scotia Homes has announced plans to build over 100 new homes as part of a £20 million development in Bridge of Earn. The firm intends to build on a development at the southern edge of the town.
A new masterplan has been brought forward that proposes the delivery of around 300 new homes, public open space and associated infrastructure adjacent to Westfield Loan in Forfar.
Members of the public have been asked to help shape plans to build around 100 new homes on the site of the former Madras College Kilrymont Road campus in St Andrews.
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.
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
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
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.