The Devanha Housing Initiative was a collaboration of 5 Registered Social Landlords based in the north east of Scotland to procure 1500 houses over a 4 year period, utilising a combination of SBCC contracts and NEC3 contracts, and frameworks which included architects, engineers and construction partners.
Development of flats and terraced houses for Castlehill Housing Association
Urban regeneration of former industrial land to provide 51 houses for rent and shared ownership, for Langstane Housing Association.
This project involved the redevelopment of the site of a former paper mill on the banks of the River Don in Aberdeen, and included demolition, de-contamination, remediation, and level modelling prior to construction of around 300 houses for rent, shared ownership and sale. It is proposed that this project will include a hydro generation scheme utilising the laid of the former mill.
Development of houses and flats for Castlehill Housing Association. This development was one of the first low energy housing developments built in the area, and included a district heating scheme.
Development of flatted properties for rent for Langstane Housing Association.
Joint development of rented and shared ownership properties for Grampian Housing Association and Aberdeenshire Housing Partnership. This was one of the first "Homezone" housing developments built in the North East.
Joint development between NHS Grampian and Grampian Housing Association to provide 54 flats for rent, and a drug rehabilitation centre.
Development of 64 properties for Aberdeenshire Housing Partnership as part of the Fraserburgh Regeneration project.
Construction of 32 flats for Langstane Housing Association; as part of Aberdeen city centre regeneration scheme.