Miller has unveiled a 71-home development at new community in Perthshire.
The new development at Betha Park in Perth will include a mix of three, four and five bedroom family homes close to a new high school which has been built as part of the wider community development.
Retail outlets, a doctor’s surgery and communal space will also form part of the development, and a playpark for residents’ use.
Work started on the new development in early January 2021 and the first homes will be ready to move into in autumn. A four bedroom Marwood show home will open on the development in late summer.
Homes will include many of Miller Homes most popular home styles including the four bedroom detached Hazelwood and Maplewood, both of which have open plan kitchen dining areas and internal garages, and the three bedroom semi-detached Fulton.
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Neil Gaffney, regional sales and marketing director for Miller Homes in Scotland said: “Recently we’ve seen huge demand for homes in more rural areas and our new Bertha Park development provides the best of both worlds.
“It’s only a few miles from the city centre of Perth but also extremely close to stunning Perthshire landscapes.
“This is the first of a number of new developments launching in 2021 and we’re delighted to be building in Perth, bringing high quality new homes to the area. We expect demand to be high so would urge anyone interested in finding out more to join our mailing list for exclusive priority updates on when homes will be released for sale.”
Glasgow has been hit.
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Glasgow is expected to see its economy shrink by 10.4 per cent in 2020, according to today’s Good Growth for Cities report produced by accountancy group PwC and the Demos think tank.
Stuart Patrick, chief executive of Glasgow Chamber of Commerce.
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