Housebuilder Bellway Homes will launch two showhomes at its development in Winchburgh Village, near Edinburgh, on 30 August 2014.
The development of 111 new homes is part of a major regeneration project and the first homes are scheduled for completion this October.
Prices currently range from £219,995 to £324,995, and buyers can choose from a mixture of three, four and five-bedroom semi-detached and detached properties.
If you're visiting the Wokingham Festival this weekend, from Friday 22 to Sunday 24 August, you could be one of the lucky few to get £5,000 off the price of a new home at Bellway's Foundry Court if you reserve it over this Bank holiday weekend. The company will be handing out a limited number of Golden Tickets at the event.
The current choice of new developments in Northumberland offer new homes to suit most lifestyles - ranging from small, exclusive developments in quiet, rural locations right through to urban pads in nearby Newcastle.
A working single mother and her two children have found the ideal home in Bedford in which to make a fresh start - despite it being number 13.
Thanks to the government-backed Help to Buy scheme, Claudine Tilman-Brew and her daughter Chloe (21) and son Thomas (15) have been able to move into a three-bedroom property at Bellway Homes' New Cardington development in Bedford.
They had previously been living in the nearby village of Shortstown, and although they needed to move house they also wanted to remain in the local area.
House-hunters looking to find a new home in Fife certainly have plenty of options available to them. A host of housebuilders currently have developments across the county, which has never been more popular amongst commuters, families and downsizers alike.
Known as the gateway to the Highlands, Perthshire has plenty to offer. Spectacular countryside lends itself to unsurpassed outdoor activities, while Perth itself offers everything you'd expect from a city. Commuters to Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dundee and Stirling are well catered for with excellent road and rail links in place. House-hunters looking for a new home in Perthshire will find it difficult to choose between the developments on offer here.
Steeped in history but with a relatively young population, Stirlingshire offers something for everyone. Whether you're looking for a city pad, a rural retreat or anything in between, there is bound to be something here that takes your fancy.
Bordering Glasgow, South Lanarkshire is popular with commuters and families looking to get more for their money than they would in the city. With this in mind, housebuilders have plenty of options available to house hunters in the area.
South Wales currently has an impressive range of new housing developments within easy reach of the capital, Cardiff - a lively, friendly and compact city with superb shopping, beautiful parks, and a packed events calendar.
They say that variety is the spice of life and nowhere is this truer than in the Kingdom of Fife. From picturesque coastal villages to bustling towns, the area has something to suit everyone. House-hunters looking to find a new-build home in Fife will find this variety reflected in the wide range of property types available. Whether you're searching for a chic apartment or a large family home, you're bound to find something to suit your needs and budget.