Places for People welcomes first residents to Longniddry Village
Places for People has welcomed its first residents at Longniddry Village, in time to celebrate Christmas in their brand new homes.
The families have joined together in celebrating moving into Longniddry Village sharing some festive fizz and afternoon tea with their neighbours, whilst taking part in a wreath-making workshop with our resident flowersmith Ruth Alder.
Allison Sutherland, Places for People’s regional sales and marketing director, said: “We are delighted to welcome the very first families as they settle into their new homes here at Longniddry Village. It was wonderful to host an afternoon of festive activities as our new neighbours greeted each other and made their very own Christmas wreaths to hang on their front doors, giving the development a real Christmas feel.
“Each family who has moved in has also been given a Christmas tree to adorn their new home. We were delighted to work with Caring Christmas Trees who provide sustainably sourced trees from a local farm, with all proceeds going towards tackling the root causes of homelessness in the area.”
With more than 60% of the first phase of the development sold out, a range of two, three and four-bedroom houses have been released for sale, offering modern country charm and period features.
The house types have been designed by celebrated architect Ben Pentreath in traditional style to reflect the best of the nearby country towns and coastal villages and developed in partnership with landowners Wemyss and March Estates.