Construction of the first phase of a 2,500-home development in the south of Elgin could begin later this year, subject to approval from Moray Council.
Innes Smith, Springfield Properties managing director (left), with Conor Christie Developer Springfield Properties has exceeded its training ambitions after announcing that 23% of all staff are now engaged with training or education.
Persimmon Homes has lodged plans for a further 55 homes at the Western Gateway development on the outskirts of Dundee. The application could see a mix of properties added to the 595 houses Springfield Properties has already been granted permission to build in the area.
Springfield Properties has reached out in an attempt to offer support to those workers made redundant by the administration of fellow Highlands housebuilder Roy Homes Ltd. The Inverness self-build home business and its sister company Roy Homes Timber Frame Ltd ceased trading this week with the loss
How some of the 3,000 new homes will look Springfield Properties has signed an agreement detailing the allocation of over £28 million of developer contributions associated with its Bertha Park development in Perth.
A Springfield Properties development in Elgin has been named Large Development of the Year 2016 at the Premier Guarantee Excellence Awards. The Duncansfield development, which includes two, three and four bedroom homes just on the edge of Elgin with local shops within walking distance, was crowned t
Moray Council has approved plans for Springfield Properties to build 2,500 new homes, two schools and Moray Sports Foundations’ new sports centre on the south side of Elgin in a long-term project worth half a billion pounds. The housebuilder has worked with the council over the last year to design
Innes Smith Scottish housebuilder Springfield Properties has seen profits rise 64 per cent to a record £5.1 million to May 2016.
Sandy Adam, Springfield Properties chairman Springfield Properties has opened consultation on plans to build a new village at Durieshill near Stirling after lodging a Pre-Application Notice with Stirling Council.
Sandy Adam Springfield Properties is set to significantly contribute to the Scottish housing market after receiving approval for over 1,700 new homes at 13 sites so far in 2016.
Homes along the loch at Bertha Park Detailed plans of the first phase of Springfield Properties’ £1 billion Bertha Park development have been approved by Perth and Kinross Council.
A Springfield Properties development in Braemar has been named 2016’s Small Development of the Year at the Homes for Scotland awards. With 25 three and four bedroom homes set in the heart of the Cairngorm National Park, the Middleton of Canmore development impressed the judges on their visit to th
Councillors have approved plans for a £1 billion new community of 3000 new homes to the north of Perth. Covering an area of 333 hectares at Bertha Park, the proposed new community will include 25ha of land allocated for employment such as business parks, two new primary schools and secondary school
Two separate developments which would provide a combined total up to 4500 homes near Perth are set to be considered by council planners on Wednesday. Currently at the ‘in principle’ stage, both the Almond Valley and Bertha Park schemes are marked for approval, with finer points on the developmen
Springfield Properties has made a decision to invest £21,000 in Automated External Defibrillators to each of their active construction sites following a national campaign raising awareness for cardiac arrest. The ‘Save a Life for Scotland’ campaign hopes to save 1,000 lives over the next five y