Property developer Ken Ross has acquired Hallhill Developments Ltd (HDL), the large mixed-use development beside the A1 at Dunbar, for an undisclosed sum. The project, which has been under development in Dunbar for over two decades, extended to over 400 acres and includes a range of uses, including
A hat-trick of national chains are set to open at DunBear Park in Dunbar. The green light for a Lidl and B&M retail stores, and a Starbucks coffee shop, follow the approval of planning applications, subject to conditions, at the planning committee of East Lothian Council today. The Starbucks cof
The first steps in the delivery of a low carbon community at the DunBear Park development in Dunbar have been taken with the submission of plans for roads, footpaths and essential infrastructure, together with the renewable energy submissions to by Hallhill Developments Ltd. The 54.3-acre developmen
The public will have the chance to view proposals and provide comments on the delivery of a low carbon community at Hallhill, Dunbar.
Plans have been launched for a low carbon community including 100 key worker homes at Hallhill, Dunbar.
The legacy of one of East Lothian’s most famous sons, John Muir, has been immortalised through a five-metre high steel bear sculpted by renowned Scottish artist, Andy Scott, the man behind the ‘Kelpies’ and other well-loved sculptures.
The public are being invited to view latest proposals by Hallhill Developments Limited for a residential and recreational development at Hallhill in Dunbar. Since commencing in 1999, the Hallhill landholding has delivered around 1,000 houses with approximately 300 currently under development.