New Galashiels homes fit for a McQueen
The association worked with Cruden Building to complete the 69 sustainable and affordable homes, a mix of family houses, bungalows and colony-style flats, on the long-time derelict site, helping to address the acute housing need in the region.
Six of the bungalows already let are fully wheelchair-accessible.
Eildon’s chief executive Nile Istephan said: “We are absolutely delighted to open our doors and host this event to showcase the high quality of this new development situated in such a great location.
"Building energy efficient new homes like these brings a huge boost to the local area, and is part of our strategy to invest £137million in new homes for the Borders economy between now and 2027.”