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First phase of ABZ Business Park completed

THE first phase of the new development at ABZ Business Park in Dyce has been completed offering nine units. ABZ Developments have now announced construction of Phase 2 will commence imminently and see a further six units of 2,500 sq...

Planning approval obtained for 208 new homes in the city

BANCON Homes has obtained planning approval for the next phase of homes to be built at Maidencraig South. It follows the announcement in April that the company hopes to expand outside the North-east of Scotland for the first time, with...

CALA submits plans for third phase of Milltimber development

CALA Homes (North) has submitted a planning application to Aberdeen City Council for 85 properties which would form the third phase of its Oldfold Village development in Milltimber. The development, in Milltimber, has already seen more than100 families already moved...

Restoration project in Union Street hailed by business leaders

A RESTORATION project in Aberdeen’s Union Street is being hailed for bringing fresh sparkle to the city’s Granite Mile. The disused floors above 139 Union Street have been turned into six apartments by developer City Restoration Project Ltd, run by brothers Dean...

Commercial property director kicks off new venture with potential multi-million transactions

A FORMER commercial property director has kicked off his new venture with more than £100 million of potential transactions lined up in the next 12-18 months. Gordon Pirie, has stepped aside from his director role at Aberdeen’s CBRE office, and...

Property Management Company “saddened” at death of its executive chairman

THE Property Management Company (PMC) has announced its executive chairman, Martin Rochfort, has died, aged 59. Mr Rochfort, who acquired the North-east company in 2002, sadly passed away at home on Friday, July 10,  after a brief stay in hospital. He...

Redevelopment of Greyfriars House approved in principle

THE demolition of Greyfriars House Aberdeen to make way for the building of up to 140 flats has been approved in principle. Telereal Trillium wants to redevelop the disused, 1950s office block based in the Gallowgate. It’s proposed the flats will...

North-east housebuilder under new ownership

NORTH-east housebuilder Scotia Homes is under new ownership. The Ellon firm said it had been acquired by Camlin Group, owned by property entrepreneurs Bruce Linton and David Cameron, for an undisclosed sum. Scotia Homes was founded in 1990 by Bill Bruce....

Green light for Johnshaven housing development

A NEW housing development in Johnshaven has been given planning permission. The Beaches development, located on the Brotherton Estate, will be built by Fotheringham Homes. The 70 homes will be a mixture of two and three bedroom bungalows along with three...

Ways to save on flooring upgrade

MANY modern house owners want to upgrade the floors of their homes, by installing durable hardwood flooring. Since most of the solid hardwoods are quite expensive, common people find it difficult to install the desired flooring at home. Hence,...
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