Living by Robertson has been shortlisted in five categories in the prestigious Scottish Home Awards 2021 which recognise excellence in the Scottish housing sector.

More than 70 organisations from across Scotland were judged by a highly respected panel and winners are due to be announced at a live event in September 2021.

Living by Robertson has been shortlisted for the following:

Martin Findlay, the managing director of Living by Robertson, said: “The fact that our ongoing commitment to delivering outstanding homes with high-quality specification at a more affordable price has been recognised in this way is especially significant following such a difficult year.

“Our focus has been on continued rapid growth, and despite the challenges of the pandemic, we have managed to gain momentum. Being named as finalists in five categories at the Scottish Home Awards  is testament to the hard work and dedication from our entire team.”

Last year we unveiled our new International Range of house types which is the culmination of a business goal set out in 2018 to design homes that challenge the quality and luxury specification thought possible at more affordable prices. Before concepts were developed, intensive months of market research included multiple focus group sessions where we listened to unfiltered views and feedback from potential customers. Some findings challenged established thinking, while others were simple to implement, such as providing hallways in every design.

Our growth rate has been steep from the outset, with just one development in 2019 in Renfrew aimed at young city dwellers. Now we have four developments across Scotland, including The Jewel in Edinburgh, which sold out in less than eight months and at Cherry Tree Park in Livingston, more than a third of homes have sold off plan since April. Two further sites, our largest to date, have also been contracted at Larkhall, South Lanarkshire and Ferniegair in Hamilton, with 128 and 151 homes respectively.

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