Edinburgh's Garden District plans put to Scottish Ministers
The development at Redheughs Village would deliver 1350 new homes and 150 jobs.
The first phase of Edinburgh's Garden District development will be put forward to Scottish Ministers this month.
Murray Estate's plans for Redheughs Village to the west of the city would deliver 1350 new homes and 150 jobs.
The development also includes plans for new primary and nursery schools and a 40 acre park.
Managing director of Murray Capital Group, David Murray, said: "The Garden District project is a critically important development for the economic benefit of Scotland's capital.
"The city economy desperately needs a good mixture of quality housing that is well connected to Edinburgh's growing transport infrastructure, including the new Edinburgh Gateway Station.
"If approved, this development will meet those needs and help unlock growth in a wonderful living environment."