Attending the official launch of the scheme housing minister Margaret Burgess said: “These new homes will replace poor quality housing and will give the area a new lease of life.”
Janice Russell, director of Urban Union, added: “Pennywell Living is one of the largest projects of its kind in Scotland, and we are pleased to share its progress with the housing minister today. We are committed to delivering jobs and training opportunities, public open space and an art works strategy which will provide a range of activities and events for community involvement. The work is being undertaken as part of Edinburgh City Council’s 21st Century Homes a project which prioritises the delivery of 1,400 homes for sale and rent on brownfield sites throughout the city. | Send to friend
December 3 2014
Work to deliver 719 new homes in the Pennywell and Muirhouse area of Edinburgh has been marked as developer Urban Union pushes ahead with delivery of 356 properties for social and mid-market rent together with 363 homes for private sale for the £42m project. “The development is about much more than just bringing high quality new homes to the area.