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Taymouth Marina housing takes shape

September 15 2017

Taymouth Marina housing takes shape
Taymouth Marina has taken possession of a custom £1.4m housing development on the shores of Loch Tay, Perthshire, as the latest phase in a £15m development plan takes shape.

Constituting five self-catering properties designed by McKenzie Strickland Associates the scheme presages delivery of a 40-bedroom hotel to provide overnight accommodation for marina users and visitors.

 Longer term plans include the delivery of an activities centre providing access to a range of water sports, joining a suite of existing facilities including a sauna and even an authentic Cranog.

The marina is owned by Eric and Naomi Strickland, partners in McKenzie Strickland Associates and provides 40 berths, a restaurant and wine bar catering for visitors and locals keen to take full advantage of the loch.
Tayside Marina launched back in 2013
Tayside Marina launched back in 2013


#1 Posted by philip on 16 Sep 2017 at 16:22 PM
From above, the plots look like a collection of 1990's Post-Murphy Lillyput Lane ornaments. Site organisation and landscaping looks so forced and twee.
#2 Posted by Jonathan on 18 Sep 2017 at 10:03 AM
Nice little project, wonderful location, and its good to see development of this quality happening in Kenmore. Very interesting to think of Architect as a developer but if you have the resources this can be a win-win.
#3 Posted by Pleasantfield on 18 Sep 2017 at 12:42 PM
Hmm seen better from Mckenzie Strickkand. Not typical of their design style.
Nairn's Bairn
#4 Posted by Nairn's Bairn on 18 Sep 2017 at 18:11 PM
Bad choice of paint colour.
#5 Posted by Sue on 21 Sep 2017 at 11:56 AM
But where is the affordable housing for local people?

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