Springfield Properties has lost a bid calling for Moray Council to cover its appeal costs following a dispute over a rejected housing application. After the dispute, the property developer called for the council to foot the bill when it rejected Springfield's plans to build 316 homes in Ferrylea, Fo
Springfield Properties has added new faces to its senior management team with a number of key appointments and promotions, which have seen Martin Egan take on the position of chief operating officer. Currently the managing director of Dawn Homes, which Springfield acquired in 2018, Mr Egan will over
Veteran banker Sir Angus Grossart has nearly doubled his stake in Elgin-based Springfield Properties after buying £1 million of shares from its chairman Sandy Adam.
The Scottish Government has been asked to review Perth & Kinross Council’s refusal of a housing application in Milnathort.
Springfield Properties has agreed an additional £18 million loan facility with Bank of Scotland as it prepares to navigate the uncertainty surrounding the current lockdown. The housebuilder said the additional support gives the group “sufficient headroom, should it be necessary, to withs
Springfield Properties, Persimmon and Morgan Sindall have all revealed plans to suspend dividends to shareholders to preserve cash amid the COVID-19 outbreak.
Springfield Properties, Barratt Developments, McTaggart Construction and ISG are among a number of firms to announce closures of their construction sites following last night’s nationwide lockdown.
The construction and housebuilding industry is struggling with mixed messages today regarding whether building sites should close or remain open following the latest restrictions on public movement. Springfield Properties has announced the closure of all sites, sales offices, kit factory and offices
Springfield Properties has helped create three new shelters in the car park of a Moray medical practice.
Springfield Properties has signed an agreement totalling £18.2 million with West of Scotland Housing Association (WSHA) for the development of 114 affordable homes and two commercial units in Dalmarnock.
Scottish housebuilder Springfield Properties said today it remains confident of achieving growth in line with management expectations after reporting increased sales, profit and margin. Interim financial results for the six months ended 30 November 2019 revealed revenues at the AIM-listed developer
Springfield Properties is set to deliver nearly 350 homes across two developments in Moray after planning refusals for both applications were overturned by the Scottish Government. Councillors had decided against applications for 316 homes at Ferrylea in Forres and 26 affordable homes Bain Avenue in
Springfield Properties’ 3,042-home ‘village’ development at Durieshill, Stirling, has been granted planning consent.
Stirling councillors will tomorrow be asked to approve plans for a 3,000-home application by Springfield Properties at Durieshill.
Over 100 pupils from secondary schools across Moray have benefitted from dedicated construction sector workshops hosted by Moray College UHI. Developed by Moray Skills Pathway in partnership with its Construction Sector group, it follows on from the success of last year’s ‘Constructing Y