Scottish housebuilder Springfield heads for AIM

IPO funds will be used to build ‘villages’ across central and northern Scotland
Thursday 14 Sep 2017 Author: Tom Sieber
Scottish housebuilder Springfield Properties is planning to join AIM and raise up to £25m to fund the next step in its growth plan. Executive chairman Sandy Adam took over his grandfather’s market garden operation in the late 1980s and switched the focus to housebuilding. The group now builds a mixture of affordable homes and houses for private sale and points to ‘a track record of profitability throughout the Scottish...

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