Leading Scottish homebuilder Springfield Properties has registered plans for 228 new homes at South Gray, within the Western Gateway area of Dundee.
The development, which is estimated to be worth in excess of £150m, could create over 100 new jobs, and has been developed in consultation with the local Council, and forms the first part of a new village at South Gray.
Springfield Properties has lodged a planning application with Dundee City Council to develop a £150m project to develop 228 new homes on land in Dundee's Western Gateway.
The proposals submitted with the local authority are for a mixture of two-, three-, four- and five-bedroom homes, which are designed to be energy efficient.
Proposals to build residential properties in the Western Gateway has been inplanning pipeline for a decade, with hopes that up to 600 houses could be developed in the region.
Commonwealth swimming hopeful, Mark Szaranek, has officially opened the show home at Corstorphine Mews, Springfield Properties' latest development in Edinburgh.
Part of an exclusive new development of 11 luxury three- and four-bedroom homes in Edinburgh's leafy Corstorphine area, the show home offers a generous 1,500 sq ft spread over three floors, and showcases all that's best in flexible city living. Prices start at £389,000 for a four-bedroom home.
MSP and minister for local government and planning, Derek Mackay, unveiled Springfield Properties' new four-bedroom show home at its Riverside Point development in Braehead, Renfrew recently. Located on the outskirts of Glasgow, Riverside Point has been Springfield's best selling development to date.
Recently launched by the Scottish government, the Help to Buy (Scotland) initiative aims to help buyers in their purchase of a new-build home from an extensive list of participating developers by providing an interest-free equity loan of 20% of the property price. Buyers need to provide a 5% deposit and 75% mortgage.
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Families looking to find a new home in the Glasgow area should definitely check out Woodilee Village, a community of 900 new-build properties from four of Scotland's leading developers. Situated between Lenzie and Kirkintilloch around six miles north of Glasgow city centre, the development is set in the grounds of the former Woodilee Hospital and features a range of home styles as well as children's play parks, a sports arena, crèche, business park and local shop.
Springfield Properties has achieved nearly 20% more sales in the first three months of 2013 than they did last year. The company say this is evidence that confidence is returning to the new homes market.
Across the company's 22 developments in Scotland, Springfield secured over 100 reservations in January to March 2013 alone. Over 65% of sales were from their developments in Central Scotland, such as Motherwell, Lenzie, Glasgow and Edinburgh. Their Braehead development in Glasgow has proved particularly popular with housebuyers, selling on average six homes per month.
Leading Scottish homebuilder Springfield Properties has announced that sales will open on Easter Friday 29th March for its new Robinsland development of 91 homes, the first housing development in the village of West Linton in a decade.
Only a 30-minute drive from Edinburgh, West Linton is a beautiful conservation village and Robinsland will be adjacent to the new primary school, which will be open in time for the summer term.
The Scottish Minister for Local Government and Planning, Derek Mackay MSP, visited the country's busiest private sale housing development where he confirmed the Government's commitment to reforming the current planning system.
The Minister toured Springfield Properties' Riverside Point in Braehead to learn more about the activities of NHBC, the UK's largest new homes warranty provider.