Avant Homes Scotland has commenced the third and final construction phase at the Carnethy Heights development in Penicuik, Scotland, UK. 

This phase comprises the construction of 35 energy-efficient family homes on a 16.5-acre site.  

The development’s remaining units are four- and five-bedroom detached houses. 

Once complete, the £60m ($75.96m) Carnethy Heights development will have a total of 165 homes designed for practical living.  

The four-bedroom Ashbury homes are priced at a start range of £374,000 up to £495,000 four-bedroom Westbury homes, featuring a detached garage.  

The Carnethy Heights development, located ten miles south of Edinburgh, offers transport connections to the capital and amenities within walking distance. 

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Avant Homes Scotland managing director Jim Wilkinson said: “Carnethy Heights has proven extremely popular from the outset and works are progressing well on phase three. Our practically designed, energy-efficient family properties at the development have been well-received by buyers and we are confident this last phase will be no exception. 

“As a business, we are driven by the desire to deliver quality new homes for everyone and to create vibrant communities where we build.” 

Meanwhile, Avant Homes East Midlands has received approval for a £77.5m residential development in Clifton, Nottingham, England.  

The 24-acre Foxgrove Village site will feature 265 multitenure homes, including one-, two-, three-, four-, and five-bedroom homes. 

It will also comprise 15 of Avant Homes’ energy-efficient house types ranging from terraced to detached and townhouses.  

The development will allocate 20% of its units as affordable homes, with prices to be announced later. 

The latest developments come after the company acquired a 20-acre site in Great Eccleston, UK, from Duchy Homes for its mixed-use development in North West England earlier this month.