Bellway given green light for more Winchburgh homes
Planning permission has been granted to add more homes to the new development at Winchburgh.
Bellway Homes (Scotland East) has been granted planning permission for a development of new homes at Winchburgh.
Located off Millcraig Place, the new properties will include 140 homes and 44 apartments and are an extension of the company’s existing development, Winchburgh Grange.
Spanning an 8.72-acre site, the style of homes will include a mix of townhouses, terraced and semi-detached properties offering three and four-bedroom options.
The apartments will include one- and two-bedroom options.
Bellway was one of the first developers to commit to the multi-million-pound community regeneration, launching its first development in 2015. Since then, the housebuilder has successfully delivered a further two developments of new homes including its current site, Winchburgh Grange.
Lynn Pringle, sales director, said: “Winchburgh is a truly aspirational development and it’s been terrific to see the vision behind the community come to life.
“Our buyers regularly tell us how much they love living here and we’re delighted to expand our offering with further development.”
The new collection of homes are expected to launch in the autumn.
The development is part of the wider Winchburgh masterplan that when complete will deliver at least 3800 new homes, improved transport links, employment opportunities, and state-of-the-art schools.
The masterplan will also provide new outdoor spaces that will include a new canal marina, the creation of Auldcathie District Park, as well as a new motorway junction.