The first four homes have been craned into place at the affordable modular housing development in Dundonald, South Ayrshire
The first four homes have been transported and craned into place at Scotland’s largest affordable modular housing development.
The first 10 modules arrived on site at Kilmarnock Road, Dundonald, and were later craned into place.
These modules make up the first four homes comprising three two-bedroom homes and one four-bedroom – the beginnings of a 63 strong affordable modular housing development.
‘An exciting day for the people of Dundonald’
Jennifer Higgins, managing director at The Wee House, said: “We’re delighted to have delivered the first four houses to site, a great achievement for all involved, and we look forward to continuing the delivery of these houses in the coming weeks and months.
“We’re making great progress with this development and couldn’t have picked better weather for the delivery of our first modules to site.
“An exciting day for the people of Dundonald seeing these homes arriving by lorry and the almost instant transformation of the site”.
Paul Hillard, managing director of Irvine Housing Association, added: “It’s a proud moment seeing the initial delivery of modules to the site.
“This is a very exciting project – our first in South Ayrshire and our very first modular project – and will provide a range of high quality, greener, affordable housing for people in the local area.”
The first homes will be ready for occupancy before the end of the year.