Carling Property Group don’t just develop or renovate properties to generate returns, they view each property with a contractor’s eye first so they know what it will take to turn existing properties into performing properties. CPG manage each development to provide a quality living experience for their tenants. These two strengths combined (construction and management) mean we can locate, renovate and manage a property to deliver the best possible living experience for residents and the best possible return on investment for investors.

CPG is believed to be the only private property developer to have received Rural & Island’s Housing Fund money, having worked with the Scottish Empty Homes Partnership on the Blairgowrie (St Stephens RC)  and Inverkeilor (Chance Inn) projects. Funding for the £900,000 Chance Inn redevelopment project came partly from a £300,000 grant from the Scottish Government’s Rural Housing Fund, with a substantial six-figure grant supporting the Blairgowrie development.

Completed Development Project: New Chance Inn, Inverkeilor (Project part funded by RIH Funding in partnership with Scot Gov)

Building works to convert the former Chance Inn in Inverkeilor have completed and the project will has added much needed properties to the local housing market.

Completed Development Project: St. Stephen’s, Blairgowrie (Project part funded by RIH Funding in partnership with Scot Gov)

Building works to convert the former St. Stephen’s RC Primary School in Blairgowrie into affordable housing is now complete after Carling Property Group expedited the works following a spate of “break-ins” at the site. The project will see much needed affordable housing added to the local market.

Completed Development Project: Brothock Bridge

The Bank of Scotland building on Brothock Bridge dates back to the 19th century. In converting the upper two floors from offices into flats, Carling Property Group has retained all of the original features, as well as added upscale insulation, noise protection and heating systems. Bank of Scotland will continue to occupy the ground floor. The project, now complete, adds a set of seven luxury apartments to the local housing stock.