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Whiteburn Projects detail ‘bold’ Dundee housing plans

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January 23 2015

Whiteburn Projects detail ‘bold’ Dundee housing plans
Whiteburn Projects has released a batch of images depicting its planned residential development of the B listed former Parkview School, Dundee.

This has been sympathetically refurbished ahead of the delivery of ’bold’ new mews homes and apartments within its grounds by Page\Park architects, creating 45 new homes in total.

Finished with zinc cladding and with full height gable windows the properties each has a courtyard facing sheltered balcony on its upper level and private gardens at ground level. Internally living spaces are inverted with bedrooms and bathrooms on the ground floor and living spaces above.

Eve McCurrich, development manager for developer Whiteburn Projects said:  “The first owners have moved in and we only have two flats remaining for sale in the conversion of existing building, so it’s an incredibly exciting time to reveal our CGI images of the two and three bedroom mews homes that form part of private courtyards of the development. We also have 12 new build apartments which will all have south facing views over the Tay."
New build homes will be finished in a palette of zinc and timber
New build homes will be finished in a palette of zinc and timber
properties range in scale from three bedroom mews homes to one bed flats
properties range in scale from three bedroom mews homes to one bed flats

5 Comments

Ian Alexander
#1 Posted by Ian Alexander on 23 Jan 2015 at 21:20 PM
This looks like the kind of project that Dundee needs tp lift the confidence of the city
Sven
#2 Posted by Sven on 24 Jan 2015 at 21:42 PM
Wow, aesthetically very pleasing buildings. High quality design can help transform poor areas like this. I would love to see the internal layout and room sizes.
Stewart
#3 Posted by Stewart on 25 Jan 2015 at 21:32 PM
Sven - this is certainly not a 'poor area', the West End of the Dundee is one of the most prosperous areas of the City. An average 2 bed house will sell for well over £250000 in this area.
piercedbrosnan
#4 Posted by piercedbrosnan on 26 Jan 2015 at 14:39 PM
Sven
I think your confusing "Whiteburn Projects" to the "Whitburn Project".
Definitly not the same thing.
Keith Anderson
#5 Posted by Keith Anderson on 26 Jan 2015 at 23:21 PM
Nice to see the zinc work on that development! Will be a real eye catcher of a project!

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