The vision for Longniddry South is about so much more than just delivering a certain number of new houses. This new development will be an integral part of the Longniddry community, helping to make the village even more sustainable for and attractive to future generations.

In addition to the new community amenities to be provided within the Farm Steading, there will be a range of beautifully landscaped new public open spaces for all to enjoy. And the new houses will all be designed to reflect the character and charm of the Golf Coast’s historic villages and towns.

Highly-regarded developers Cruden Homes (East) and ZeroC have been selected to take forward the delivery of around 450 homes (including 25 per cent affordable homes). Socially Conscious Capital, the developers who are master-planning the overall development, and landowner Wemyss and March Estates, will retain a role in checking and approving that the detailed designs accord with their carefully prepared design code. This will ensure the development is delivered in accordance with the principles and commitments they made to the local community.

Applications for the first phase of development were lodged in October 2018, seeking the provision of 179 new homes across three sites, including 49 affordable homes. This first phase also includes a 39 unit development, specially designed for people aged over 60. A fly-through of this first phase is provided below.

Construction should start on site in Spring 2019 with the first new homes being ready for occupation in early 2020. Phase one should be completed and occupied by 2023, while it is expected that phase two will continue seamlessly from phase one.

If you are interested in buying a new home on this development, please register your interest with the developers using the contact details below:

Cruden Homes (East):, T: 0131 285 6600

ZeroC: , T: 0131 559 2200

First-phase fly-through