Four north and north-east firms have been named for Scotland Excel’s £1.5 billion new-build residential construction initiative.
Housing plans that would have shrunk a playpark in a Moray town have been thrown out.
A housing firm has vowed to appeal a decision to throw out plans to build more than 300 homes in a Moray town – and make the council cover the costs.
A “buoyant” private housing market in Scotland and an acquisition that bolstered its presence in the Edinburgh commuter belt have brought a huge boost to results at rapidly-growing housebuilder Springfield Properties.
Plans for nearly 100 homes have been submitted for a Moray village.
Springfield Properties is planning to build 90 houses on its first site in Inverness, as the Elgin-based company continues an expansion into the Highlands.
The family of a Moray teenager who was killed while cycling have set a huge fundraising target to mark what would have been his 21st birthday.
Springfield Properties has claimed a UK first in the housebuilding industry by using waste plastic to build a road at one of its new developments.
Construction on a controversial housing development in a Moray village has started, with the builders claiming the plans will ease drainage fears in the community.
The first homes in a massive housing development in Moray have been completed.
A new north-east housing development has been approved by council planners.
Scores of new council homes will be built in Elgin as part of the efforts to keep pace with the town’s growing population.
Thirty new council homes are to be built in Mosstodloch in an effort to boost the number of affordable homes available.
Springfield Properties saw its shares rise to their highest value since September after half-year profits more than doubled at the housebuilder.
Springfield Properties has continued its march across Scotland with a £72.4 million acquisition but the Moray-based housebuilder has no immediate plans to muscle in on the Aberdeen market, its chairman said yesterday.
A Moray housing developer has submitted plans for a new development of 44 homes in a town in the region.
The pace of housebuilding across Scotland needs to ramp up if national targets for affordable homes are to be met, a leading firm in the sector said yesterday.
Furious Nairn and Lochloy residents have ramped up their protest against proposals for 115 new houses in Kingsteps South with a placard campaign ahead of a site visit by Highland councillors next week.
Property developer Springfield Properties has submitted plans for two new developments in the Ardersier area, which could see a staggering 133 new homes brought to the coastal village.
Plans have been lodged for 94 new homes on a patch of farmland in a small Loch Ness-side village - possibly increasing the population by one fifth.
‘Bizarre’ twist as Moray housing development unanimously rejected by council could now become council houses
A Moray housing development that was unanimously rejected by the council could now become part of the authority’s housing stock.
Highland Council has refused planning permission for an “inappropriate” housing project on the edge of Inverness which triggered local outrage.
Shares in Springfield Properties surged after maiden first-half results from the Elgin-based housebuilder showed a large jump in profits and sales.
Moray-based Springfield Properties is to become one of the first UK housebuilders to fit all its new homes with cabling to power electric vehicles.
A devastated Moray campaigner has accused the Scottish Government of ignoring local views to meet housing targets by approving a development – despite more than 250 objections.
Moray villagers fear their homes are being left at risk of flooding while a wrangle over defence scheme is settled.
A pupil’s charming drawing of a family of gingerbread people has won Richard Lochhead MSP’s Christmas card competition.
Fears have been raised that a wrangle over land ownership could delay the opening of a new school in Elgin even further.
A brief ceremony at the London Stock Exchange (LSE) has seen Springfield Properties’ executive chairman Sandy Adam signal the launch of trading in the Moray housebuilder’s shares.
The attention of around 75 employees of Elgin-based housebuilder Springfield Properties will be firmly focused on the London Stock Exchange this morning.
Residents in a Moray village were cautiously celebrating last night after a controversial housing project was rejected.
Plans being announced today by Moray-based housebuilder Springfield Properties to float on the London Stock Exchange, are expected to net the family-run firm up to £25million.