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Dyce Housing, Aberdeen, Northeast Scotland

Barratt Construction Northeast Scottish Homes: 36 two-bedroomed flats – River Don Residential Development

8 Aug 2006

Design: Holmes Partnership

Leading Scottish architects, Holmes Partnership, have designed a stunning new riverside development on the banks of the beautiful River Don in Dyce, Aberdeen.

Dyce Property

The Dyce Housng development – consisting of 36, 2-bedroomed apartments created by Holmes for developers, Quality Street – has been designed with full-height windows and spacious balconies, capitalizing on the open aspects to surrounding farmlands and the River Don.

Sitting in a tranquil riverside setting off Burnside Drive in Dyce, the homes are a first for the area.

The project started in March 2005 and is now complete.

Dyce Housing – Building Information

Project: Riverside, Burnside Drive, Dyce
Architect: Holmes Partnership
Client: Quality Street
Contractor: Barratt Construction Ltd
Project Value: £3.1 m
Completed: Jun 2006

Holmes Partnership

Established in 1951 Holmes has built a reputation as a dynamic client-orientated practice, providing building solutions for public and private-sector clients.

Large-scale projects in the residential, educational and commercial sectors now form the bulk of our current workload, with niche-sector, custodial, and masterplanning work making up the balance. In a recent market survey Holmes was identified as major supplier in the educational PPP sector.

Dyce Houses information from Holmes Partnership 080806

Dyce Houses architect : Holmes Partnership

Location: Dyce, Aberdeen, northeast Scotland, UK

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