Pre-construction work begins at Taylor Wimpey’s first development in Wallyford

Taylor Wimpey East Scotland has announced the beginning of pre-construction work for a development of 69 new homes at its Ravensheugh development on land at St Clements Wells in Wallyford.

Ravensheugh will deliver a choice of two, three, and four bedroom homes to provide a range of options for first time buyers and growing families.

The development forms part of the wider St Clements Wells masterplan that will deliver a new primary school, proposed new secondary school, local centre and community woodland along with new foot and cycle connections to Wallyford and the local train station.

Taylor Wimpey said the development will complement its nearby Letham Mains development in Haddington, the final stages of its Almond Park development in Musselburgh, its latest development of 102 new homes that are coming soon at Weldon Grange in Macmerry, as well as current and future land interests in Dunbar signalling continued and significant investment in East Lothian and the surrounding area by the company.

Pauline Mills, land and planning director at Taylor Wimpey East Scotland, said: “We are so pleased to be starting the construction of our first development in Wallyford, which cements our commitment to the wider East Lothian area.

“Ravensheugh will not only provide residents from around the local area with a wide selection of homes, it offers great commutable routes to Edinburgh and the wider area. As one of the largest housebuilders in the UK, we are committed to building more than homes and making sure that we add social, economic and environmental value to the wider communities that we operate in.”

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