The intention is not just trying to build houses, we are trying to make this community even more attractive, thriving and integrated within Longniddry. Village character will be maintained through careful and traditional design, making sure that any new houses recognisably and distinctively form a part of East Lothian and Longniddry.

Housebuilders Cruden Homes and ZeroC have been selected to take forward delivery of the development, all in accordance with a Design Code, which is being policed by Socially Conscious Capital.

Homebuilder of the Year, Cruden Homes is part of the Cruden Group which is the second largest private employer in East Lothian. Through the Group’s many activities it contributes around £60million per annum into the East Lothian economy and is a strong supporter of the Council’s Construction Skills Academy. As with all its East Lothian sites, Cruden Homes will use local apprentices, local contractors and local suppliers wherever possible and have a clear desire to give opportunities to the county’s young people.

ZeroC is specialist developer focused on creating beautiful and sustainable new places, such as at Poundbury in Dorset or, closer to home, at Chapelton in Aberdeenshire and Tornagrain in Inverness. ZeroC is closely affiliated with Castle Rock Edinvar Housing Association as they are both members of the Places for People Group.