‘Distinct’ Broughty Ferry neighbourhood to deliver 150 new homes
May 16 2016construct 150 homes in Broughty Ferry, Dundee, following outline discussions with the city council.
Each property will range in scale from three-bed terraces to five bedroom detached houses although all will adopt a contemporary take on the ‘rural vernacular’ in wetdash and timber.
Outlining their design development the house builder claimed: “The vision for the overall development framework is to create a diverse and varied mixed-use development creating distinct, identifiable areas within the overall new neighbourhood.
“The creation of identifiably distinct and legible places, with key landmark features integrated within the design and layout of the site has been a design priority and critical to the overall development ethos for this phase and future phases of development at Linlathen. It is considered crucial to prevent a monotonous feel to the development and instead create a sense of place, which relates to the context and location of the site.”
Kirkwood Homes advise that their design is likely to evolve further through the planning process with delivery anticipated to be phased in lock step with market demand.
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