Taylor Wimpey

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Taylor Wimpey West Scotland has reached an agreement with East Renfrewshire Council to deliver the first 39 affordable homes for social rent at the new Maidenhill community in Newton Mearns. A wider agreement is in place to deliver a total of 82 affordable homes, which form part of the wider masterp

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Taylor Wimpey has become the first big housebuilder to announce its return to business with the majority of its construction sites in England and Wales planned to open from May 4. The firm, which announced the closure of its sites, show homes and sales centres on March 24, laid out its planning and

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Housebuilder Taylor Wimpey is to make advance payments to self-employed subcontractors under a new scheme aimed to help workers forced to stay home by the coronavirus lockdown. The company has allocated £5 million to its ‘Pay It Forward’ scheme which will pay out £600 a month

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As part of its commitment to being part of the conversation that influences the changes the housebuilding industry should consider, Taylor Wimpey West Scotland has once again teamed up with the undergraduate Management Development Programme (MDP) at Strathclyde Business School to create an industry

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As Scottish Apprentice Week gets underway (2-6 March 2020), Ayrshire College is reporting great levels of engagement with young Scots hoping to secure a place on one of its two courses being offered in partnership with Taylor Wimpey West Scotland. Ayrshire College principal Carol Turnball on her rec

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Miller Homes has joined CALA Homes (West) and Taylor Wimpey West Scotland as part of the consortium delivering the new community of Maidenhill. (from left) Pamela Duff (sales executive at Taylor Wimpey West Scotland), Emma Craig and Catherine Russell (development sales managers at Miller Homes), and

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Taylor Wimpey West Scotland has lodged detailed proposals for its plans to build more than 400 new homes at the western edge of Cowie. Plans for up to 433 new homes on land to the south of Bannockburn Road at Berryhills were granted approval on appeal in 2018 after Stirling Council voted against the

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Ayrshire College has formally partnered with Taylor Wimpey West Scotland for two of its courses starting at the Ayr Campus in August 2020. Ayrshire College principal Carol Turnbull visits Taylor Wimpey’s Princess Gate in Troon to mark the launch of this year’s bricklaying and joinery cou

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