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Four winners on £300m Scottish affordable homes framework

Updated: Four contractors have won places on four lots on the Scottish Futures Trust’s £300m initiative to build hundreds of new affordable homes across Scotland.

Half of Scotland’s councils are participating in Phase 2 of the National Housing Trust Initiative, which was extended in 2011 due to “massive demand”.

The winners so far are Stewart Milne, which will take on two lots covering Aberdeen and Fife, Hadden, which has won the Clackmannanshire Council lot, and James Keiller, which will build homes for Dundee City Council.

The Highland Housing Alliance has also won two deals under lot 10.

Around 600 homes for affordable rent are expected to be delivered through Phase 2.

Each developer will deliver property management and maintenance services on their own completed houses for five to 10 years, before the units are sold.

10 lots remain, with 15 of Scotland’s 32 local authorities taking part.

The remaining lots are:

  • Lot 2: Edinburgh
  • Lot 4: Dumfries and Galloway
  • Lot 6: East Lothian
  • Lot 7: East Renfrewshire
  • Lot 8: Falkirk
  • Lot 11: Midlothian
  • Lot 12: The Moray
  • Lot 13: Renfrewshire
  • Lot 14: Scottish Borders
  • Lot 15: Stirling

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