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Our actions benefit the community in many ways. Whether it’s revitalising derelict sites to increase the appeal of an area, providing local jobs and developing skills, or building facilities and infrastructure that residents and neighbouring constituents can use, we’re always adding value to the areas we build in.

Positive transformations

Hopeman 1 2022 edit

Springfield Partnerships have a strong track record of taking unsightly, and often unsafe, brownfield sites and turning them into a welcoming, attractive residential area complete with a real sense of place and community. 

From the earliest stages Springfield work with Local Authorities, key agencies and consultants promoting an integrated approach – handling demolition, carrying out sensitive ecological works and removal of materials in preparing the site for construction.

Adaptable homes for all

With a broad housing mix, we can cater for all ages and stages, promoting a sustainable community. We have built varying size houses, apartments, and bungalows across Scotland, with clever layouts which can be adapted to suit changing needs over time.

Take for example, one of our most popular two-bedroom house types, which due to its generously sized bedrooms, can easily incorporate a partition wall which transforms the home into a three-bedroom property. Downstairs, the W.C. can also be altered to accommodate a shower, providing a second full bathroom. 

Bertha Park - August 2021

All these options mean that when families grow, they can stay part of the community rather than having to look elsewhere for larger accommodation.

In addition, our homes comply with Housing for Varying Needs Silver Status, with Springfield being one of the first companies in Scotland to offer this accreditation. They accommodate for wheelchair users with spacious rooms, wide doors and corridors, and large parking bays.

Supporting local jobs and developing skills

Springfield Apprentices aug 2021

With all Springfield developments, labour is sourced locally. 15% of employees are apprentices or in further education and training. Where possible, we team up with local colleges, supplying training opportunities and increasing skill levels in the area.

We’re committed to supporting our apprentices, helping hard working young people learn the skills they need for a successful career in housebuilding. We offer a career path, while ensuring skilled tradesmen for the future of house building.

Providing infrastructure 

Bertha Park shop and school

In addition to building great homes, we also look to enhance the area for residents and the surrounding community.

We have contributed buildings for a whole variety of uses across Scotland. These include a dental practice in Forres, the Linkwood View dementia care facility in Elgin, and a retail unit in Perth which is currently serving as the community shop, to name a few.

In addition, the residents support the local area by contributing to the local economy, further boosting the prosperity of the areas we build in.

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