Tulloch Homes

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Tulloch Homes have sold more new homes in the first two months of 2021 than they did for the same time last year, before the pandemic arrived. The North’s biggest housebuilder said the surge is being partially triggered by “people rethinking their lives” due to the virus.

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Badenoch and Strathspey is poised for a triple housing bonus in 2021 with Tulloch Homes beginning work on more than 200 new homes. The developments at Aviemore, Newtonmore and Carrbridge will see a springtime start to infrastructure and construction activity, sparking a record Tulloch investment in

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Tulloch Homes has begun infrastructure works on its new all-bungalows £10 million development at Culbokie in the Black Isle. Initial site investigation works have just been completed for Glascairn Meadows, a mix of 20 two and three-bedroom bungalows on land adjacent to the village shop.

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Tulloch Homes has pledged to create and safeguard jobs and boost hard-hit suppliers after receiving planning approval for 267 homes in Inverness and Moray. The 155-home development at Druid Temple, Inverness, and the 112-home development at Knockomie, Forres, will represent a combined £70

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Caledonia Housing Association has confirmed a £40 million spend on seven current housing projects in Scotland with a further £35m earmarked for nine future developments, including a continued expansion in the Highlands. In total, Caledonia is on target to deliver 500 homes, the majo

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A decision on a planning application to build 155 new homes in Inverness is being deferred to allow for more information to be gathered regarding fears of overdevelopment and flooding.

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Housebuilder Tulloch Homes is enjoying a lockdown bounceback with July sales up by 25% on last year with the Inverness-based firm fielding queries from buyers who want to continue working from home. COVID-19 has dampened the celebrations on Tulloch’s 95th anniversary but chief executive George

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Inverness man Lewis MacKinnon was attending his daughter 10th birthday party when he discovered there was a double cause for celebration. Lewis MacKinnon (left) with his NHBC award, handed over by Billy McKay, Tulloch Homes construction director

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Tulloch Homes has reported a 2.4% increase in turnover and predicted a steady year ahead powered by the ongoing dualling of the A9 between Perth and the Highlands. The Inverness-based group booked turnover of £51.1 million for the year to the end of June, up on the previous year’s £

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