Cathcart House – first phase of 14 luxury flats now released

May 15, 2018

First Phase Released – 14 luxury 2 and 3 bedroom apartments plus penthouses now released.

View flat opening: August 2018
Location: Cathcart House, Cathcart, Glasgow, Scotland.

Cathcart House is a complete refurbishment of the old ScottishPower headquarters building at Cathcart in Glasgow, the building was originally constructed as a Victorian Mill and is now classed as a category B listed building, the exterior is finished in distinctive red brick covering all four floors of the buildings exterior. The redevelopment shall retain many of the period features such as the striking marble stairwell entrance. The development shall comprise of 127 apartments in total.

To enquire about this stunning development please contact:

Robert Croll
Sales Manager

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Dalnair Courtyard – ready for occupation summer 2018

Dalnair Courtyard

Centred around the prominent Scottish Baronial mansion of Dalnair Castle, Dalnair Courtyard is a prestigious development of eight beautiful courtyard homes is set on the outskirts of the charming village of Croftamie just on the edge of the renowned Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park.

  • Picturesque and admired country estate setting
  • Charming courtyard
  • Superb family homes
  • Contemporary styled open plan kitchen diner with separate utility area
  • Living room with feature log-burner
  • Three generous bedrooms
  • Master with en-suite and dressing room
  • Stylish family bathroom and convenient downstairs shower room
  • Integral garage and driveway
  • Generously sized gardens

Further details on request, contact:
Telephone: 0044 (0)141 942 5888

Or get in touch with us by telephoning 0044 (0)131 226 4135

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The Element development at Western Harbour Edinburgh is now completely sold out.

April 15, 2018

The Element at Western Harbour in Edinburgh offered 276 luxury waterfront apartments is now completely sold out.

FM clears first stage of the ambitious Sunnyside Hospital redevelopment project

January 8, 2018

Developers have successfully cleared the first hurdle in the redevelopment bid for the site of Scotland’s oldest asylum which could eventually be the setting for more than 500 new homes.

At a meeting in Forfar, Angus development standards committee councillors unanimously backed the conditional approval recommendation for permission in principle relating to the massive Sunnyside Hospital project to the north of Montrose.

The green-light was described as a “positive, albeit baby step forward” for the multi-million pound project, but with an early marker put down in some quarters over the hope that the scheme will see as many of Sunnyside’s listed buildings as possible retained.

SNP councillor Bill Duff, who sits on the committee, was enthusiastic in his welcome for a plan he described as “a complex project not without significant challenges.”

“I very much welcome this application. I note phasing plans allowing 265 houses to 2026, which complies with the local plan .

“Personally, I am comfortable with the developer’s target of 500 houses, as this will be a long-term project and the population growth will be gradual and dictated by market demand.”

Arbroath West and Letham Liberal Democrat Richard Moore expressed the hope applicant Sunnyside Estate would retain and re-use all 12 of the listed buildings on the expansive site but councillors heard an application for the demolition of the former Booth House nurses’ home has already been lodged and will be considered separately later.

Mr Duff added: “I would sincerely hope we remain pragmatic about this aspect; the project must be viable for the developer and I trust Historic Environment Scotland can agree a common sense compromise with the developer and Angus Council.”

The empty Sunnyside buildings have become a magnet for unwanted visitors, especially so-called ghosthunters, and one of the main figures in the redevelopment project delivered a timely Halloween warning for people to stay away from the site.

Jamie Pert, joint managing director of local firm Pert Bruce Construction, one of the partners in the project company, said the company was keen to progress development and avoid a “Strathmartine situation”, in reference to the former hospital on the outskirts of Dundee which has been blighted by vandalism and fireraising over a number of years

“Approval of permission in principle is just the start of the journey, but the first step in this unique opportunity,” he said.

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Only 2 apartments remaining for sale at The Element on Edinburgh’s Waterfront

December 22, 2017

When they are gone they are gone.

Fm Groups The Element Development which consists of 275 Apartments on Edinburgh’s Waterfront is down to only the last few apartments remaining for sale.

Only 2 apartments remaining.

Please contact Robert Croll our Sales Manager on 0131 226 4135 to enquire about this prime site development.