New homes for Telford Drive

Photo of Harbour Homes and Cullross Ltd Telford Drive opening ceremony.

Our Harbour Homes Development Team and Cullross Ltd have brought eleven new affordable homes to Telford Drive in Edinburgh. The homes, close to a popular walking and cycle route, will be managed by Harbour Lettings who look forward to welcoming new tenants this spring.

Photo of a newly fitted kitchen.

This contemporary new development is made up of one and two-bedroom homes overlooking Edinburgh’s skyline with the castle and Arthur’s Seat in view, and further afield to the Pentland Hills. Homes have ample storage, ground floor private and communal gardens, bicycle storage and a rainwater harvesting system. New tenants will enjoy living on an already established residential street, conveniently placed near public transport links, green spaces and shops at a nearby retail park.

Heather Kiteley, Harbour Chief Executive, said:

“These homes offer a modern, affordable living option for the local community, including those working at the nearby Western General Hospital. It is fantastic to bring our new mid market rent homes to an established community, and I expect these will be sought after as a highly convenient spot for the local workforce.

This project has been a real success, working alongside Cullross Ltd to deliver such high-quality homes ahead of schedule.”

Photo of a Telford Drive bedroom.

Mark Beaton, Director of Cullross Ltd., said: 

“We are delighted to be handing over the eleven 1-bed and 2-bed flats at Telford Drive, well ahead of schedule.

We have worked closely with Harbour Homes, both through the planning process and latterly the construction phase, providing them with these high-quality new flats. Although the nature of the project was at times complex, we are pleased with the outcome resulting in these excellent new homes. We look forward to seeing the new tenants moving in shortly.”

Photo of the team standing at a Juliette balcony.

The main contractor was Cullross Ltd who appointed the architect and structural engineer. The employer’s agent was Pottie Wilson, and the Clerk of Works was Harbour Homes.