Springfield Properties is one of Scotland’s leading home builders. Our journey is an exciting one from our modest roots with our Chairman as a market gardener stepping into housebuilding in the 1990s, to listing on the Alternative Investment Market in 2017, and we’ve doubled in size every five years.
Over the years, our homes have grown in popularity and have been recognised for their clever design, outstanding quality and level of choice available.
We've maintained our commitment to the customer, high quality homes and sustainability as we’ve grown. We continue to deliver well-constructed, stylish homes that meet the needs of our customers, regardless of whether they are first-time buyers, a growing family or downsizers.
We understand that buying a new home is a milestone moment, so we prioritise excellent service from the moment someone walks into one of our immaculate show homes right the way through their journey with us until their move-in date and then for 2 years after. We take the time to get to know our customers, meet their needs where we can and to make the new build journey as seamless as possible.
We recognise the importance of community, which is why we choose where we build carefully. Proximity to local services, schools and transport links are important to our customers, and that makes them important to us. It is because of this that our village locations have worked so well and resonate with so many people.
Villages such as Dykes of Gray in Dundee, or Bertha Park in Perth, have been created with true placemaking in mind. Lush green spaces, inclusive play parks, walking routes and community areas that encourage people to socialise, are woven into these new places from the outset, which means that our customers know that they are buying a home in a sustainable village that will serve generations of people to come.
Springfield has always had sustainability at its core. It’s in our DNA to do the right thing across our operations, whether it be the design of our developments, our engagement with stakeholders or in the way we look after our customers and employees. We think about sustainability in the broadest sense. This means developing in locations that will attract people and meet their needs for a long time, leaving a positive legacy. It means looking at how we can deliver different tenures and styles of housing, ensuring a diverse mix.
We are committed to supporting the local economy by using a local supply chain where possible and we always prioritise sustainable construction methods, considering how we can limit waste and reduce our carbon footprint and we have led the way in environmental innovative initiatives such as the waste plastic roads and the early introduction of EV charging points within our customer’s homes.
As an employer, we have always sought to create a workplace where everyone can thrive, and we have strong commitments to apprenticeships and other formal training.