Proposals for residential development at Longniddry South are set to shortly go on show. Developers Cruden Homes (East) and ZeroC will be displaying their proposals for development at the Longniddry Inn on Wednesday 29th August from 3pm to 8pm.
A planning application has been lodged for a mixed-use development at Longniddry, including the delivery of around 450 much-needed new homes.
East Lothian Courier – ScotRail has agreed to look at introducing additional services on its under-fire North Berwick to Edinburgh line after East Lothian Council urged them to take action.
The public will have an opportunity to view proposals for a mixed-use development at Longniddry, including the delivery of around 450 much-needed new homes by developer, Socially Conscious Capital.
Proposals have been put forward for a mixed-use development, including delivery of 450 much-needed new homes at Longniddry by developer, Socially Conscious Capital.
Just over 39% interested or know of someone interested in looking for a new home in the development Just under 200 people turned up to view and give feedback on proposals by developer Socially Conscious Capital (SCC) – development partner of the Wemyss
Local people are being invited to view and give feedback on proposals by developer Socially Conscious Capital (SCC) – development partner of the Wemyss & March Estate (WME) – for the sustainable expansion of Longniddry. A revised Masterplan for the
This newsletter provides information on community engagement events to be held at Longniddry Inn highlighting revised masterplan proposals for Longniddry.
This newsletter provides a quick update on the proposals for the sustainable expansion of Longniddry following the publication by East Lothian Council of its Main Issues Report.
Rock Fielding from Socially Conscious Capital and David Tough from Ryden provided an update to Longniddry Community Council (16th June 2014) on proposals for development in Longniddry.