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Housebuilder starts work on 'Strathspey drive'


By Gavin Musgrove


The Highlands’ biggest house builder has announced plans to construct more than 200 new homes in the strath in the near future.

Inverness-based Tulloch Homes bosses described negotiations as well advanced for 128 houses in Aviemore.

The firm is also intending to construct 70 homes at two sites in Carrbridge and is lining up developments in Nethy Bridge – still to be disclosed – and Newtonmore.

Infrastructure works got under way earlier this week at Woodlands in Carrbridge which Tulloch Homes said officially marked the start of their new homes push in Strathspey.

Ian Macmillan, construction manager, on site at Carrbridge with Bill McKay, Tulloch Homes construction director.
Ian Macmillan, construction manager, on site at Carrbridge with Bill McKay, Tulloch Homes construction director.

The company also revealed it will be giving priority to homebuyers living or working in the Cairngorms National Park for the 23-house development – including 10 affordable homes – being built at a cost of £3.3 million.

More on this story in this week's Strathy now on sale.



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