Carnoustie's appeal shows no signs of slowing

The demand for people looking to set up home in Carnoustie is showing no sign of slowing, a property expert has said.

Mark Dowie
Monday, 13th February 2023, 3:00pm
Carnoustie's appeal shows no signs of slowing

Lawyer Darren Leahy specialises in land and property issues and has advised on a number of deals in the town and across Angus.

He says the demand for new homes is demonstrated by a swathe of developments either underway or in the pipeline.

Mr Leahy, a Partner in the Commercial Property team at Lindsays in Dundee, said: “Carnoustie continues to be on the up, as is confirmed by the demand we are seeing. There are no signs of this slowing as the community continues to grow, demonstrated by the number of new-build developments either planned, underway or under Angus Council consideration.

“It’s a place that’s got a bit of everything. Community is a big aspect of the attraction. Similar to places like Monifieth and Broughty Ferry, you are just a two-minute walk from the beach. It’s a pleasant place to live for a lot of folk, not to mention it’s ideal for commuting to work, with its own railway station and is close to the A92.”

Lindsays has worked alongside D J Laing Homes on a number of its proposed developments locally, including 57 homes at Greenlawhil, Barry.

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