Stewart Milne Group capitalised on the booming property market in the north of England to bolster its north-east business during difficult times in the local sector.
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Stewart Milne Group has created a new position to further strengthen the senior management team.
Stewart Milne Group halved its losses this year following a “major improvement” in trading performance.
Stewart Milne Group has reported doubling its timber systems business in the last four years and is predicting robust growth for the division in 2018.
The creation of more than 150 new homes will move a step closer in Stonehaven after the council rubber-stamps proposals next week.
Stewart Milne Group is partnering up with academics to tackle both the building skills gap and new homes shortage with a new “offsite construction” training centre at its factory in Oxfordshire.
North-east builder Stewart Milne Group (SMG) slumped to pre-tax losses of £26.1million during the year to June 30, 2016, its latest accounts show.
Stewart Milne Group said it has secured a three year, £185million banking facility as part of its long-term growth strategy.
Fresh images have been released of a £1billion housing development in Aberdeen.
Stewart Milne launched a process to sell land at its flagship £1billion housing development at Countesswells to rival developers.
The founder and executive chairman of Stewart Milne Group (SMG) is “optimistic” about the Aberdeen housing market’s prospects as the firm gets ready to start work on a £1billion development near the Granite City.
Communal spaces in Aberdeen are in the running for a major makeover thanks to a campaign to improve run-down areas.
A group of north-east youngsters enjoyed an ace day out on the tennis courts yesterday, thanks to a generous donation from a prominent local businessman.
Stewart Milne Group has won £100,000 of new investment to bring a pre-fabricated timber frame system to market.
An Aberdeen housing developer has today launched a campaign to improve run-down community spaces to mark their 40th anniversary.
Stewart Milne Group has unveiled plans for a massive building programme across the UK as it launches a year of celebrating its 40 years in business.
Councillors yesterday dismissed a developer’s bid to have planning conditions relaxed on a huge 3,000 homes scheme in Aberdeen – warning it risked an "unmitigated disaster".
Councillors in Aberdeen will be asked today to controversially relax their planning conditions to try to resolve a dispute that is holding up a major 3,000-home development in the city.
Female secondary school pupils from across the north-east gained an insight into career opportunities in construction during visits to residential developments under construction with the Stewart Milne Group.
Aberdeenshire Council has approved plans to make more than 20 affordable homes available to key workers in the north-east.
Two business leaders have gone back to school to drum up interest in construction industry careers with the message “if we can do it, so can you”.
Stewart Milne Group (SMG) will have a new man in charge of its finances from April, when Stuart MacGregor swaps a whisky industry role for a future in housebuilding.
North-east builder Stewart Milne Group said yesterday it expects to create 250 jobs to support growth in its homes and timber systems divisions in the year ahead.
North-east housebuilder Stewart Milne Group (SMG) expects new developments in Aberdeen, England and potentially the Highlands to help double the scale of the business over the next three years.
Stewart Milne Group's executive chairman saw his pay package swell to more than £1million during his last year as chief executive before Glenn Allison took over the role.
Police probing a huge blaze at a mansion in Aberdeen's west end have charged three 13-year-old boys.
A £700million housing development that would transform the western outskirts of Aberdeen has been put on hold amid concerns over schools and traffic.
Stewart Milne is leaving the chief executive job at his construction firm and moving upstairs.
The north-east's biggest house-builder has tabled plans to demolish an Aberdeen hotel and build homes on the cleared site.
These exclusive images show the type of luxury housing development which could rise from the rubble of Aberdeen's five-star Marcliffe Hotel.
The Stewart Milne Group is poised to buy the five-star Marcliffe Hotel in Aberdeen, with plans for a luxury housing development.
Stewart Milne's 40 year construction career has been recognised with a lifetime achievement award from his peers in the new homes industry.