Taylor Wimpey

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Taylor Wimpey chief executive Pete Redfern has predicted a stable year ahead after the housebuilder continued to see good demand and trading throughout 2017. In an end of year trading statement issued today Taylor Wimpey revealed housing completions increased 5% to 14,541 homes, with an improved ope

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A legal bid to prevent the development of more than 800 homes at Newton Mearns has been rejected by the Court of Session. The joint CALA Homes and Taylor Wimpey project at Maidenhill Farm is set to deliver a new neighbourhood of 834 new homes in total with pockets of land provided to facilitate the

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Critics of the Scottish Help to Buy scheme have called for the policy to be scrapped after an investigation revealed just three high volume housebuilders have received around £189 million in subsidised mortgages between them. Freedom of information (FOI) data obtained by investigatory journalism pl

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Taylor Wimpey East Scotland has gained a detailed planning consent from the City of Edinburgh Council to build 149 new homes on land off Candlemaker's Park in the Gilmerton area of the city. The 15.8 acre site is a brownfield site on the south edge of Edinburgh that is already identified for housing

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(from left) Pam Ewen, Ian Drummond, Mark McEwen, Nicola Barclay, Cllr Altany Craik, Gordon Nelson, John Mills and Hugh Hall Lochgelly, last year’s winner of Scotland’s Most Improved Town, was the venue of the 11th Fife House Builders Forum this week.

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Pete Redfern Taylor Wimpey has delivered a confident trading statement for the second half of its financial year with sales growing and further growth expected next year.

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An aerial view of Lomondgate A project launched 10 years ago to regenerate the former J+B whisky bottling plant at Dumbarton has created 718 full-time equivalent (FTE) jobs and £365 million for the region’s economy, according to a new independent economic impact assessment.

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Developers behind plans for a new community in Maidenhill, Newton Mearns, are to provide multiple pockets of land to facilitate the delivery of affordable housing as part of a range of newly agreed community benefits. The framework outlining the additional requirements for the development of 834 new

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Graeme Laing North Lanarkshire Council has granted full planning permission to Ashfield Land and Taylor Wimpey for the development of 160 new homes at Glasgow Road, Bargeddie.

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Taylor Wimpey West Scotland has been secured detailed planning consent from North Lanarkshire Council for 160 new homes off Glasgow Road in Bargeddie. Taylor Wimpey will deliver a high-quality range of new homes that offers a choice of three and four bedroom styles to ensure the development appeals

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