CALA Homes lodges plans to extend Aberdeen housing scheme
A planning application has been lodged to extend a housing development in Aberdeen following high demand.
Developers CALA Homes have submitted plans for 165 new houses at Milltimber Grange in the west of the city.
Construction at the site began in 2015, with 60 homes being built as part of the first phase of the development.
The new properties will be made up of four and five-bedroom houses and one and two-bedroom apartments.
The completed development will comprise around 550 homes, and will include a new primary school and shops.
Plans for the development met opposition from the Cults, Bieldside and Milltimber community council.
Concerns were raised there were insufficient affordable houses in the area, and that local schools would be put under extra strain.
Fraser Carr, sales and marketing director at CALA Homes (North), said: “Our commitment to the new community we are creating here in Milltimber continues to gain momentum.
“Moving ahead early with our application to develop phase two is a result of the response we’ve had to this vibrant village environment we are creating.
“Every element has been carefully considered to ensure it captures the essence of its idyllic Deeside location.”