Bryan Galloway, Stewart Milne Group’s new construction director for central Scotland Bryan Galloway has been appointed as Stewart Milne Group’s new construction director for central Scotland as part of its drive to deliver more than 500 homes in the region year-on-year.
Kevin Stewart More than £15 million for affordable housing projects has been raised through an innovative funding scheme, supporting the development of over 200 homes for social rent across the country.
L-R: Bill Chapman chairman of OTRA, Scottish Housing Minister Kevin Stewart with Osprey Chief Executive Glenn Adcook with Liam Wilson and Chelsey McElroy with their one year old daughter Ariah(Photo: Newsline Media) Scottish Housing Minister Kevin Stewart has officially opened a flagship development
Artist’s impression looking north over the phase 1b development to show the planned infrastructure and housing, and the neighbourhood centre, which is part of the next phase of the new community at Countesswells. (Illustration courtesy of Countesswells Development Limited) Plans have been approved
John Low, MD of Stewart Milne Homes North, and Carole Baxter from Beechgrove Garden Communities up and down the UK could benefit from greener, more attractive communal spaces as part of a Stewart Milne Group campaign to give back to the regions in which it works.
Design, construction and property professionals can now access the UK’s first timber frame Building Information Modelling (BIM) library, after a successful 12-month project by Stewart Milne Timber Systems. The library has been developed by the company with the support of the CITB through its innov
Stewart Milne Timber Systems is to spearhead a new project between construction and academia which aims to address the ‘triple threat’ to the UK’s new homes ambitions – shortages of materials, skills and quality new housing. The timber systems designer and manufacturer has joined forces with
Stuart MacGregor Aberdeen-based housebuilder Stewart Milne Group has posted a £26 million pre-tax loss in its last financial year after being hit by the impact of falling oil prices on the north east of Scotland's housing sector.
The Hailes in Haddington by McCarthy & Stone Stewart Milne Homes, Barratt Developments in Scotland and the Scotland team at McCarthy & Stone are celebrating after achieving 5 star ratings in the new Home Builders Federation (HBF) customer satisfaction survey 2017.
Original plans by Stewart Milne Homes for Mains of Cowie An appeal to overturn a decision to turn down plans to build a supermarket, school and 250 homes in Stonehaven has been rejected by the Scottish Government.