A new £15million private housing development in East Kilbride has been given the green light – with plans for a multi-million pound retail park remaining in the pipeline. A proposal by developers London & Scottish Investments to build 89 family homes on five acres of derelict land at Redwood Crescent, Peel Park was approved by South Lanarkshire Council’s planning committee. House builders Balfour Beatty will construct 67 properties for private sale and 22 on-site affordable houses. Development director Bryan Wilson said: “I am delighted that this development has been granted planning permission for several reasons. “The first is that it will provide a really good mix of family homes for sale and affordable homes, managed by the local housing association, for those with social needs. “I am also delighted to see this site being transformed from derelict, non-productive land to an area making a significant contribution to East Kilbride’s prosperity and amenities.” Building work is set to start before the end of the year. The affordable homes will be delivered as a single early phase with the private homes expected to be completed in the next two years. It is intended that ownership will be transferred to East Kilbride Housing… Read full this story
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