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Springfield Properties has achieved nearly 20% more sales in the first three months of 2013 than they did last year. The company say this is evidence that confidence is returning to the new homes market.
Across the company's 22 developments in Scotland, Springfield secured over 100 reservations in January to March 2013 alone. Over 65% of sales were from their developments in Central Scotland, such as Motherwell, Lenzie, Glasgow and Edinburgh. Their Braehead development in Glasgow has proved particularly popular with housebuyers, selling on average six homes per month.
Leading Scottish homebuilder Springfield Properties has announced that sales will open on Easter Friday 29th March for its new Robinsland development of 91 homes, the first housing development in the village of West Linton in a decade.
Only a 30-minute drive from Edinburgh, West Linton is a beautiful conservation village and Robinsland will be adjacent to the new primary school, which will be open in time for the summer term.
The Scottish Minister for Local Government and Planning, Derek Mackay MSP, visited the country's busiest private sale housing development where he confirmed the Government's commitment to reforming the current planning system.
The Minister toured Springfield Properties' Riverside Point in Braehead to learn more about the activities of NHBC, the UK's largest new homes warranty provider.
While some fortunate people have holiday homes in ski resorts around Europe, the expense is too much for the majority of people. However, north of the border there are a range of top-class ski resorts with affordable, new-build housing nearby. Here we look at what's available around five of the most popular Scottish resorts.
Nevis Range, Near Fort William
A state-of-the-art piece of technology usually reserved for multi-million pound mansions has been installed in Springfield Properties' homes in Edinburgh. The ‘smart wiring' feature allows homeowners to control heating and lighting in various rooms around their house from anywhere on the planet with an internet connection via the iPad which the owners get with their new home.
The MI New Home initiative came into force this month, making it easier for many house-hunters, particularly but not exclusively first-time buyers, to purchase their dream home. The scheme, which is supported by the Scottish government, involves lenders offering 95% mortgages on homes up to the value of £250,000 and is open to almost anyone buying a new-build property.
Leading Scottish housebuilder Springfield Properties has announced that it will shortly start work on two new developments in Edinburgh, adding to its award-winning portfolio of homes in the area.
We recently looked at new family homes in Lanarkshire and, while the area has a lot to offer families, it is also becoming more and more popular with first-time buyers and young couples. Many housebuilders in Scotland are picking up on this and as a result, there is a good choice of smaller houses and apartments available to those looking to find new homes in Lanarkshire.
A stunning new show home has just been launched by Springfield Properties at its Kinloch Gardens development in Perthshire. The spacious, 1,280-sq-ft ‘Huntly' has been selected, and the interior has been planned by designer Laura Strong to highlight real family living, with the large open-plan kitchen as the hub of the home.