Cala Street Model: A planning request has been submitted to the East Dunbartonshire Council for the construction of a new housing project led by the City of Foldhead. The scheme, which will include 67 affordable homes, will include a range of home types from compact homes with terraced houses suitable for later livability to semi-detached and detached villas designed for growing families. The site is located just over 11 miles from Glasgow and within walking distance of Linsey Train Station. It is designated for housing in the Local Development Plan and is also included in the draft of the New Local Development Plan, scheduled to be launched in 2022. Kala Homes (West) Development Director Fraser Deek said: “After months of planning and consulting, we are proud to present our proposals for Fauldhead where we hope In building a new high-quality project that would enhance the local area and help meet housing needs. “One of the most important things that distinguishes the plans is to preserve the landscape features of the site, secure valuable green spaces and increase visual interest.” Great efforts have been made to integrate green spaces in the nearby site. Luggie Burning Water. Landscape features to keep include trees and a natural pond to support on-site wildlife, while creating a new wetland as well. Plans also include a play area. If plans are approved, the affordable housing will be owned and managed by the owner Local social real estate Hillhead Housing Association. “We are extremely excited to work with Cala Homes to provide affordable housing for Kirk. Yintiluch and to help form a new community on the eastern edge of town. We are a community housing association and we have built a proven track record of providing excellent housing management and maintenance services to the local community. The new homes here will expand housing options for locals. ”Do you have a story? Email [email protected].