Construction boost osarians, a group of volunteers from the UK who help people build their homes, have helped save the lives of a family.

They have built a home for a family of five in one of the country’s poorest parts of Glasgow.

The building boom has helped the family save on the cost of buying a house, which they had to do on a temporary basis, but now they can afford a new house.

“So, we built a new home for them. “

“It’s got a new bath, it’s got new kitchen and it’s a little bit larger.””

The house is a four-bedroom house, with two bedrooms, one bathroom and a three-car garage.”

It’s got a new bath, it’s got new kitchen and it’s a little bit larger.”

The house is a four-bedroom house, with two bedrooms, one bathroom and a three-car garage.

It is currently being built in the town of Osars, which is one of Glasgow’s poorest areas.

Its main streets are lined with empty streets and empty houses.

Residents are now using the home to help the town revitalise, and have been using it as a base to work in.

One of the women, Samantha McBride, who has lived in the house for the past five years, said: We were all so grateful that they had built the house and they had come to us with such great information.

“They were so helpful with everything, we just think it’s amazing.”

Ms McBride said the house was a gift from her family.

“My mum and dad were so sad because we were going to be selling the house so we just put it in the ground and moved it,” she said.

“But now it’s just amazing because it’s like a new family home.”

We don’t want the neighbours to see us and it would look so ugly if we didn’t have a home like that.

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