Springfield Properties

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Tom Leggeat, managing director of Springfield Partnerships, part of the Springfield Group, is next up to offer his congratulations to Scottish Housing News on its 20th anniversary year. “Scottish Housing News is an invaluable source of news for the sector, particularly in the affordable h

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A Scottish Government reporter has approved appeals for two developments in Perth & Kinross totalling more than 230 homes. Perth & Kinross Council’s refused an application for 59 home and eight flats in Milnathort by Springfield Properties last year after concerns were r

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Fife councillors have rejected Springfield's plans to build 65 new homes in Strathkinness. Councillor Jane Ann Liston, who moved refusal of the plans at the recent North East Planning Committee meeting, said the properties would have been 'squashed' into two-thirds of an area previously earmarked fo

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Work has started on 20 new affordable homes as Phase 3 of Kingdom Housing Association’s development on the outskirts of Rattray in Perthshire continues. Phase 3 is part of the Association’s first project in the Blairgowrie area at Glenalmond Road where a total of 50 new homes for social

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Build and sales activity at Springfield Properties rebounded strongly following the resumption of operations, post lockdown, from late June 2020 with the group expecting total revenue for the first half of 2020/21 to be approximately 17% higher than in H1 2019/20. Announcing its trading update for t

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Moray Council's planning committee has agreed plans to build 77 houses in the village of Lhanbryde. Yesterday, the committee backed the council officers' recommendation to approve Springfield Properties’ development at St Andrew Terrace.

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Springfield Properties will shortly enter the private rental sector (PRS) market after being granted planning approval for 75 homes at its Bertha Park Village in Perth. The move to deliver purpose-built houses for families to rent is expected to provide the company with an "addit

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Despite a fall in profits, housebuilder Springfield Properties said today it is well placed to benefit from a significant increase in demand since resuming operations as buyers seek to move out of city centres and into larger homes with gardens. (from left) Michelle Motion, chief financial

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Springfield Properties has recorded its highest ever number of reservations in a one-week period following the re-opening of sites and sales offices across Scotland. The housebuilder recommenced operations on site from June 15 and construction activity has now resumed on every site, along with

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