Attendees 2017

Some 200 representatives from the following companies attended the conference:

  McCarthy & Stone
  Wheatley Group
  Sanctuary Group   Robertson Homes
  Muir Homes   Arcadis
  Pinsent Masons   Stewart Milne Homes (North Scotland)
  ClydePlan   Mctaggart Construction
  Places for People   Jones Lang LaSalle
  Burness Paull   Macroberts
  Highland Housing Alliance   Collective Architecture
  Lindsays    Miller Homes 
  GTC   Taylor Wimpey East Scotland
  Mactaggart & Mickel Homes   Cruden Estates
  Keepmoat Homes Scotland   Brodies
  Montagu Evans   Lovell Partnerships
  Developer Solutions   Hypostyle Architects
  East Dunbartonshire Council   DJ Alexander
  The EDI Group   NHBC
  CALA   Ballantynes Scotland Limited
  Maclay Murray & Spens LLP   Hillcrest Housing Association 
  Ryden   ID Systems
  Lloyds Banking Group   Taylor Wimpey West Scotland
  Pat Munro Homes   Whiteburn Projects
  Campion Homes   Persimmon Homes
  Davidson Chalmers   Holder Planning
  Turley   Savills
  Rettie & Co   Stewart Milne Group
  Barton Willmore   Fife Council
  AM Bid Services   Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
  NMH Property & Planning   R S McLeod
  Envirocentre   Halliday Fraser Munro
  Gladman   Premier Guarantee
  Dougall Baillie   Lichfields
  Registers of Scotland   Clear Mortgage Solutions T/A MAB
  Scottish Land Commission   Avant Homes
  Development Finance Ltd   HRH (East Calder) Ltd
  Donibristle Construction   Aberdeenshire Council
  Ryce Limited   Hanworth Property Group
  The Scottish Government   Pixel Image
  UK Collaborative Centre for Housing   Centre for Progressive Capitalism
  Construction Scotland Innovation Centre   Forster Group
  The Courier and Press & Journal   Land Synergy Ltd.
  Scottish Water   Dundee City Council
  KR Developments   Scottish Borders Council
  South Lanarkshire Council   ALACHO
  Headon Developments   Anderson Strathern
  Rosewood Homes and Properties   Hadden Construction
  Bond Dickinson  


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