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Tulloch Homes, the Inverness-based housebuilder with 150 staff, has undergone a management buy-out for undisclosed terms.

Tulloch Homes has acquired Aviemore & Highland Developments, the housebuilder with sites in Golspie, Balintore, Inverness, Aviemore and Carrbridge, for undisclosed terms.

Tulloch has acquired RPA, the Bathgate-based supplier of insulated wall panels with 20 staff.

Tulloch, the construction company, is seeking permission to set up a new £4m headquarters at the Cradlehall Business Park in Inverness by spring 2007, with the relocation of 170 jobs and the creation of up to 40 new jobs.

Tulloch has acquired Umax Crane & Haulage of Inverness, in order to expand its fleet of mobile cranes.

Tulloch has acquired Fibreglo Insulations, the Glasgow-based supplier of cavity wall and loft insulation with 20 staff, for an estimated £1m.

Tulloch is planning to develop a £20m golf and country club at Beaufort Castle near Inverness, with the creation of 230 jobs.

Tulloch has acquired Las Plant, the Inverness-based heavy plant supplier with 24 staff, for undisclosed terms.

Tulloch of Inverness is looking to expand its housebuilding operation into England, and is in talks to acquire two unnamed building services companies for up to £10m.

Tulloch is setting up a new headquarters for Corrie Building Services in Inverness, with the creation of 35 jobs, while Tulloch Homes will relocate to the east of the city.

Tulloch is to build a £5.5m leisure complex in Stornoway for the Western Isles Council.

Tulloch has won a contract from the Kazakhstan government to supply 500 skilled workers for a number of oil projects in the Caspian Sea, through its ABC Corries manpower arm.

Tulloch is planning to build a £6m hotel and office complex on Glebe Street in Inverness, with the creation of 300 jobs.

Tulloch Civil Engineering is setting up a new utilities division in Inverness, in order to offer new techniques for replacing cables and pipes for gas, water and electricity companies.

Tulloch is planning to build a £3m retail park at Portree on the Isle of Skye, which could create about 60 jobs.

Tulloch is to build a £10m hotel and conference centre in Inverness, which will create 100 jobs.