Bancon Homes continues its expansion in Central Belt with new housing development in West Lothian

Bonnington Place

LUXURY Homebuilder Bancon Homes is delighted to announce its continued expansion in the Central Belt of Scotland with a brand new development of two, three and four bedroom family homes in Wilkieston, West Lothian.

Launching on 16 June, the company’s new Bonnington Place development will consist of 45 high specification homes.  These will range in style and design and be a mix of terraced, detached and semi-detached properties with garage options. Homes will also include designer kitchens, stunning finishes and premium appliances. Prices will start from £282,000.

Ideally located in a lovely countryside setting, yet just a short drive from Livingston, East Calder and The Gyle retail and business parks, Bonnington Place will offer buyers a wonderful opportunity to be part of a friendly and welcoming new community where they can enjoy the wealth of amenities and attractions this beautiful region has to offer.  The centre of Edinburgh is also just 30 minutes away. 

For shopping closer at hand, there are a range of local facilities in Kirknewton and East Calder with Livingston and Hermiston Gait retail parks within easy reach. 

Located just off the A71, Bonnington Place is well connected by road with the M8 and City of Edinburgh bypass nearby. For train commuters, Kirknewton has its own station, with regular train services to Edinburgh Waverley and Glasgow Central.  The airport, with its’ wide range of domestic and international flights is also only minutes away, making travel further afield easy.

For families, Bonnington Place offers excellent schooling. It is in the catchment area for East Calder Primary School which also has a nursery wing. Secondary school education is provided at West Calder High School, which ranked number 41 in the 2022 Scottish Schools League Table, placing it in the top 12% of schools across Scotland.

As part of its investment in the local community, Bancon homes is also pleased to make a significant contribution to the local economy as part its planning obligations.  This will help to fund facilities for primary and second school education in the area as well as provide funds for public art and local cemetery provision. 

Bancon Homes is privately owned and is part of the Bancon Group.  The company is headquartered in Banchory, Aberdeenshire and has been building homes in the North East of Scotland for over 40 years.  It is one of the region’s leading housebuilders and currently has a range of developments in Aberdeen, Mintlaw and Banchory, as well as Strathaven.

Over the years, Bancon Homes has built up a strong reputation for the quality of its workmanship and its design led approach. This year the company has been nominated in five categories of The Scottish Home Awards, two for its Aspire Residence development in Aberdeen and one each for The Reserve at Eden in Aberdeen and Lochside of Leys in Banchory. In addition to this, the company is also a finalist in the Housebuilder of the Year (more than 100 units) category. 

Excellent customer service is at the heart of Bancon Homes’ ethos and for the past six years the company has won one of the building industry’s highest accolades for customer service, The In-House Gold Award for Customer Satisfaction.  These awards are directly influenced by home buyers and their level of customer satisfaction.

Commenting on today’s announcement, Allan Clow, Managing Director of Bancon Homes, said: “We are excited to deliver our first development in the East of the Central Belt of Scotland.   Bonnington Place is in an outstanding location, offering buyers a fantastic opportunity to enjoy everything the region has to offer, and we believe that this, combined with our beautifully designed homes, will make it very attractive to a wide range of new homeowners.” 

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Buyers who wish to get more information, download a brochure and register their interest in Bonnington Place should visit or email 

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