Places for People has been cleared to start work later this year on the first phase of a vibrant new extension to the village of Longniddry after East Lothian Council approved detailed designs for 98 new homes.
Proposals for residential development at Longniddry South will be unveiled to the public next week. Developers Cruden Homes (East) and ZeroC will be displaying their proposals for development at the Longniddry Inn on August 29 from 3pm to 8pm.
Residents have begun moving in to a new town in the Highlands which will eventually grow into a community of 12,000 people. Being built on farmland near Inverness, developers claim Tornagrain is the first new town to be built in Scotland for more than 50 years.