The boss of a Cumnock manufacturing company has said he is excited about helping to shape the future of housing in Scotland.

Craig Vesey, business development manager at Connect Modular, shared his delighted after Connect Modular announced its new membership of the Scottish Federation of Housing Associations (SFHA).

Based in Caponacre in Cumnock, modules are constructed to 90 per cent completion before being transported to site, where they are connected efficiently to create sustainable new homes.

Currently, the construction team is occupied with the delivery of a 101-home development for Cunninghame Housing Association in Kilmarnock.

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Recent completion of successful modular developments for Riverside Scotland and North Ayrshire Council demonstrate Connect Modular's commitment to excellence in the industry and the company has a robust pipeline of upcoming contracts with various housing associations and councils throughout Scotland.

The company is aiming to make significant contributions to the Scottish Government's target of delivering 110,000 new homes by 2032.

By becoming associate members of SFHA, it is understood Connect Modular is aiming to enhance its efficient construction methods and ensure the continued delivery of high-quality homes that are environmentally friendly, energy-efficient and visually appealing.

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Craig Vesey, business development manager at Connect Modular, expressed his enthusiasm about this new partnership.

He said: "Becoming associate members of the SFHA is an exciting step for us.

"We look forward to working closely with the association and its members to shape the future of housing in Scotland.

"Our aim is to contribute innovative solutions that meet the evolving needs of housing associations and communities across the country."