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Larbert House – WINNERS!

We have received news that Larbert House & Country Estate has won Best Residential Development at the UK Property Awards!! The UK…

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Children’s Heart Unit Fund

“CHUF’s mission is to make life better for children and young people who are born with or who develop heart conditions by…

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25 Reservations at Hadrian’s Tower

With the help of our agents on Hadrian’s Tower, Buy Association, there are now 25 apartments reserved at the site on Rutherford…

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Hotel 52 Stanley are recruiting

Hotel 52 Stanley will be opening its doors later this year and they are looking for numerous members of staff to join…

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All Saints Project – Sunderland Bridge Flyover

  Starting on site Spring 2017, All Saints Living, in conjunction with All Saints Construction will redevelop the site at Sunderland Bridge,…

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St Oswalds Hospice

St. Oswald’s Big Cheque Handover!

A few months ago 11 members of staff from The High Street Group embarked upon a trip of a life time to…

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£11m Walled Gardens luxury home scheme begins close to Newcastle Racecourse

A mutimillion-pound project to create luxury homes next to Newcastle Racecourse is finally under way. All Saints Developments is building 14 contemporary…

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Larbert House Flyover

Flyover of Larbert House & Country Estate July 2017 For sales and marketing please call the Larbert mobile number 07812 965 358 or Savills…

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All Saints Living to build Newcastle’s tallest building

All Saints Living has been appointed to construct and market what will be Newcastle’s tallest building. The 82-metre high structure, located on…

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WELCOME HOME to our Canyon Trekkers!!

After a tough week we’re pleased to announce the High Street Adventurers have returned safe and sound, with only minor aches, bruises…

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