Final phase of Cambuslang Camas Walk development nears as eager home buyers register interest

The Cambuslang Camas Walk development -Credit:Dawn Homes
The Cambuslang Camas Walk development -Credit:Dawn Homes

Dawn Homes, part of the Springfield Group, have announced the final phase of their Cambuslang Camas Walk development as nearly 1400 eager home buyers register their interest.

The Camas Walk project will see 55 energy-efficient homes go on sale very soon.

Already 1387 home hunters have registered their interest in the selection of the Dawn Homes that make up the final phase of the Camas Walk development just off Bogleshole Road.

Details of the new phase showcase the site plan and the range of three-, four- and five-bedroom homes planned, including the three-bedroom Carrick with its noteworthy storage, the popular four-bedroom Nairn and the grand five-bedroom Teviot across three floors.

The homes will be available to reserve this month, with those signed up to the mailing list given the opportunity to secure the home they want before the homes are released for sale to the wider public.

Liz Cleghorn, regional sales director, said: “Our earlier phases of homes at Cambuslang have been hugely successful and we’re not surprised home buyers are signing up to the wait list to be among the first to find out exclusive details of the homes here such as the plots within the first release and the prices.

“Competitive mortgage products are on the market once again and with that, buyers are now seizing the opportunity to move to their first home, to get more space, or to live in their preferred location. Our final phase at Cambuslang includes a collection of homes that will suit a range of buyers and we’re excited to bring these to the market in a few weeks.”

For more information on Dawn Homes, or to join the wait list for homes at Camas Walk, visit

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