The final home on a housing development adjacent to Belhaven Beach at Dunbar has been reserved.

CALA Homes (East) has now sold out its Castle Bay development amid strong buyer interest in its coastal
developments, highlighted by a two-thirds jump reservations across its East Lothian sites since the start of lockdown.

Launched in summer 2017, Castle Bay represents the renowned developer’s most easterly development in the
region, providing a collection of 90 spacious homes to the west of Dunbar.

Philip Hogg, Sales and Marketing Director with CALA Homes (East), said: “There’s always been a special
feeling in and around this development.

“As well as those moving out of cities, it’s provided opportunities for those living in the area to trade up
into bigger homes.

“Since the start of lockdown we’ve seen a tangible shift in buyers’ priorities – and Castle Bay fitted the
bill perfectly for those that have made the move in recent weeks.

“Buyers want the sea air, green space and access to the wider countryside. The beauty of our East Lothian
developments is that this doesn’t come at the cost of connectivity into Edinburgh.”

In addition to the private homes, CALA also built and handed over 25 affordable midmarket-rent homes
to LAR Housing Trust at Castle Bay with the 12 cottage flats and 11 terraced homes “tenure-blind”, meaning they blend seamlessly with the wider development.

The development also provided a major boost to the local economy, with significant contracts awarded to local
firms, while Section 75 payments relating to the development and paid to the local authority saw more than £912,879 go towards local schooling and infrastructure.

Buyers disappointed at missing out on Castle Bay are being encouraged to view CALA’s range of East Lothian developments, including Letham Views in Haddington, Law Gardens in North Berwick and a range of homes and apartments at its popular Gullane developments.

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