Crown Parks invests £2 million in Arbroath housing development


Crown Parks has announced a £2m investment in a new housing development in Arbroath.

Around 140 new homes are set to be built at the company’s Seaton Estate complex.

“There are 40 residential homes being constructed at Seaton Estate to add to the 100 holiday homes already completed at the site this year,” explained owner Cresswell Welch.

“‘We are expecting to create many more jobs in the area and are currently growing the team by advertising for more people to complete the developments by the end of summer and to keep them on to do the new developments through next year and ongoing.”

Crown Parks general manager Kyle Robertson stated: “The development offers stunning sea views, Victorian lighting, hot tubs, larger landscaped gardens and much more.

“We have already invested more than £1m to put in monoblock drives, beautiful street lighting and have been planting trees and roads to make the complex a very special place to live.”

Welch, who started Crown Parks in 1993, now runs 12 sites across the UK, but the development in Abroath is where he is investing most.

He says: “The Seaton Estate is our flagship site and we intend to make it one of the best places to live and holiday in the country.

“I have also taken into account climate change and the need for more trees to soak up carbon emissions, and the properties will also have insulation to match any modern home, so the end user saves money on heating while also cutting down on emissions.”

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The view overlooking the existing Marlee Loch residential park
The view overlooking the existing Marlee Loch residential park

Welch added: “As well as both holiday and residential properties, the Abroath complex will also offer a children’s play area, bar and restaurant plus a wellness centre, and we are planning yoga and beauty sessions as well as a spa and sauna.

“We have also transformed an old mansion into an exclusive entertainment venue with bars and restaurant offering traditional pub grub.”

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