CALA Homes (North) has submitted a planning application to Aberdeen City Council for a further phase of its Craibstone Estate development.
The application comprises plans for 123 homes, including 36 apartments. This phase also includes upgrading the existing walled garden and arboretum.
The submission follows the housebuilder’s third application for the development, which was submitted earlier this month and seeks to create 234 homes as well as a civic square with the provision of retail units and office space.
Ross Maclennan, land director at CALA Homes (North), said, “We are pleased to be in a position to submit a further planning application for Craibstone Estate. Approval of this application will see us well on our way to finalising our plans for this development. This phase includes work to enhance of some charming existing features of the site which residents will be able to enjoy. We look forward to receiving a decision from the council in due course.”
Overall, Craibstone Estate will see the creation 700 homes.