Planning granted for first homes at new Aberdeen development

A typical CALA street scene

CALA Homes has been granted detailed planning permission to begin work on a brand new community at Craibstone in Aberdeen.

Aberdeen City Council has given the green light for the project’s first phase of 114 properties.

The housebuilder plans to grow the development into a community of around 700 homes which would also include commercial space and a neighbourhood centre.

The first phase of homes will comprise detached, semi-detached and terraced properties as well as apartments, all completed to CALA’s exacting standards.

Mike Naysmith, managing director of CALA Homes (North), said: “We are delighted to move forward with our plans for what is set to be a truly unique community.

“The homes at Craibstone will benefit from outstanding scenery with an abundance of natural beauty surrounding the development, as well as an impressive tree lined entrance which will give an exclusive feel to the community.

“While located within a rural, woodland setting, Craibstone also boasts unrivalled access to the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route, AECC and airport.

“We look forward to bringing Craibstone to life over the coming months and adding this exciting new development to our portfolio.”

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