Award-winning developer Cruden Homes and social enterprise partner, Places for People, scooped the top ‘Development of the Year’ title at the Herald Property Awards 2023. The annual awards ceremony took place on Thursday 28 September at the Doubletree by Hilton Glasgow Central, bringing leading property experts from across Scotland together to shine a light on the most impressive projects that have contributed to the industry over the past year.
Revealed as ‘Development of the Year’, Longniddry Village in East Lothian comprises a range of two- to five- bed high quality homes expertly designed for flexible family living.
Quietly placed in the heart of Longniddry’s coastal village community, the new homes offer calm rural living within close proximity of Edinburgh's thriving city centre. Longniddry Village has been praised for its use of traditional design features uniquely crafted to embrace the distinctive village life that surrounds it, paired with contemporary interiors with a classic twist that perfectly mirror the needs of modern homeowners.
Hazel Davies, Sales and Marketing Director of Cruden Homes, said: “Longniddry Village is exemplary of our commitment to building homes with people at their heart. This fantastic new neighbourhood not only provides unique, quality homes, but a place where families and homeowners can grow together and build a fulfilling life amongst East Lothian’s welcoming, close-knit community. We’re honoured to have our achievements recognised by the judges and look forward to continuing to add community value through our pipeline of developments in the coming year.”Back to Latest News