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Hawthorn Gardens

South Scotstoun - South Queensferry - Edinburgh - City of Edinburgh - EH30 9YD

Our development will provide a range of 2,3,4 and 5 bedroom homes, as well as  2 bedroom apartments on an attractive greenfield site in South Queensferry.

  • Overview

    Overview

    We have a Resolution to Grant planning permission for a new development of 341 high-quality detached, semi-detached, terraced homes and apartments on land adjacent to the A90, South Scotstoun, South Queensferry.

    The development will provide a mix of two bedroom apartments and a mix of two, three, four and five bedroom homes with off-street parking and landscaped gardens. A proportion of the new properties would be made available as affordable homes for local people in housing need.

  • About the site

    About the site

    This is a greenfield site, historically known as the Dark Entries to the south of South Queensferry. It incorporates part of the national cycle network and it retains historical landscape features. Main access to be taken from B800 Kirkliston Road with secondary access from Provost Milne Grove.

  • What's proposed

    What's proposed?

    We will deliver new housing, landscaping, roads infrastructure and services.  Our development design outlines a mixture of detached, semi-detached, terraced homes, as well as three and four storey apartment blocks.

    The development will also integrate a dedicated pedestrian and cycle link from the National Cycle Network in the east through the site to the west.  There will also be local transport improvements to ensure the site is well-integrated into the local transport network, with specific local improvements to be agreed with City of Edinburgh Council.

    Pedestrian and vehicle access to the site from both the B800 and Provost Milne Grove is proposed, which will enable greater access to local cycle and pedestrian routes, including the historic 'Dark Entries' tree-lined avenue.

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    The proposed development layout for our development at South Scotstoun, South Queensferry.

     

    Our proposed development layout at South Scotstoun shown within a wider local context.

    Key elements of the proposed development are as follows:

    •  2, 3, 4 and 5 bedroom properties

    •  Proportion of affordable homes

    •  Connected foot and cycle network

    •  Strategic pedestrian and vehicular access from Provost Milne Grove
    •  B800 improvements

    •  Access to 'Dark Entries' tree-lined avenue

    •  Use green space to link existing spaces with new spaces to create connected and integrated communities

     

     

     

  • Community

    Community Benefits

    Section 75 discussions are ongoing with the local authority, which will see us make community contributions of around £7million towards education, health and local transport infrastructure.  There will be a provision of 25% affordable homes.

  • Updates

    News and updates

    We have secured a Resolution to Grant detailed planning permission from the City of Edinburgh Council for 341 new homes at South Scotstoun, South Queensferry.  The development will deliver a range of two bedroom apartments, as well as a choice of two, three, four and five bedroom homes to ensure that it will appeal to a wide range of buyers. 

    Pauline Mills, Land & Planning Director for Taylor Wimpey East Scotland adds:  “We are delighted to confirm that a Resolution to Grant detailed planning permission has been secured for our development of new homes at Scotstoun in South Queensferry.  We are in the process of discussing our legal agreement with the Council, and we hope to conclude these matters in summer 18. 

    “Ultimately this will allow us to bring forward a development that offers buyers a great choice of new homes, and it also marks our commitment, investment and strong track record of delivering excellent quality developments of family homes across the local area.”