Dandara plans in Scotland gather pace
Award-winning property developer Dandara is continuing to expand its portfolio in Scotland.
The Isle of Man-based group has launched a new development of modern homes in North Berwick, East Lothian.
Barley Brae comprises two, three and four-bedroom properties in detached, semi-detached and bungalow styles. Situated north east of Edinburgh, it’s within easy reach of the area’s best schools, healthcare, retail and leisure facilities.
Dandara Managing Director Seamus Nugent expects the development, which takes its name from the market town’s former barley fields, will prove extremely popular.
The high standards and quality of our developments across the British Isles have been well documented. Indeed, we are extremely proud to have secured more than 100 industry awards which recognise this.
There has been great attention to detail in creating Barley Brae, from the initial design stage through to the finishing touches. North Berwick is a highly sought-after market town and these warm, efficient homes are ideal for 21st century living.
The Manx homebuilder has further plans for development in the city and Lothians.
Plans have been submitted for the Ashgrove development in Straiton, just over five miles south of Edinburgh, while proposals for homes at Eskbank, also on the outskirts of the capital, are due to be lodged and it’s hoped work could start this autumn.
Mr Nugent added:
From the initial design concept through to completion, Dandara is committed to the highest standards on all its commercial and residential projects. The fact Isle of Man expertise is being used in these schemes off-Island is testament to the flair, imagination, skill and professional excellence of our local workers.
The schemes we have built up for Ashgrove and Eskbank Gardens are further evidence of our commitment to provide desirable properties in Scotland, encompassing design, construction, customer service, finish and sustainability.
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