Miller Homes announces two new communities in the West of Scotland

The Constarry Gardens site at the former Croy Quarry

SCOTLAND’S leading homebuilder Miller Homes, has announced its latest land acquisitions in the West of Scotland, securing a 19.97-acre site in Paisley and a 6.45-acre site in Croy.

Thornly Park in Paisley will be the homebuilder’s latest development in Renfrewshire, delivering a total of 179 homes to the area, with 167 private homes and 12 affordable homes. Constarry Gardens in Croy will deliver 62 private homes and 15 affordable homes to the North Lanarkshire area and forms part of the wider restoration project of the former Croy Quarry. 

Both developments will comprise a mix of three, four and five-bedroom energy-efficient homes and will launch later this year. 

Andrew McArthur, Regional Operations Director for Miller Homes, said: “This is a substantial land purchase and is a direct result of the ongoing demand for new-build homes in the West of Scotland. We have a strong track record of delivering new homes that enhance the communities in which we build. The latest acquisitions will strengthen our portfolio and meet the demand for housing in the local area. We are looking forward to seeing these developments progress in the coming months.”

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