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Building firm keen for local suppliers and contractors to get on-board in Newtonmore

By Gavin Musgrove

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The new site being developed in Newtonmore by Tulloch Homes, part of the Springfield Group.
The new site being developed in Newtonmore by Tulloch Homes, part of the Springfield Group.

Housebuilders Tulloch Homes is appealing to trades and suppliers ahead of the launch of their new development Spey Green in Newtonmore.

Local tradespeople, suppliers and contractors are encouraged to join Tulloch Homes’ Buying and Quantity Surveying team at Newtonmore Golf Club tomorrow (Friday) between noon and 3pm.

They will get the chance to learn more about the upcoming development and put themselves forward to be contracted for the construction of the homes.

Expected to go on sale later this summer, the development will include a selection of one, two and three bedroom energy efficient homes – including apartments and bungalows.

Recently appointed managing director Kieran Graham said: “At Tulloch, and with the rest of the Springfield Group, we understand the importance of supporting the communities that we are working in.

“We engage with schools, donate to local charities and groups and support local jobs and businesses where possible – especially in rural towns and villages.

“With our new development in Newtonmore we are keen to meet with local trades, budding apprentices and material suppliers to see how we can work together to deliver the high quality and energy homes set to go on sale [this summer.]”

This is the first of two community events with a second event scheduled for August 2, also at the golf club, for the community to attend and see the designs of the development before the homes are released for sale.

For more information visit www.tulloch-homes.co.uk.

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