We've officially topped out at our 476 home neighbourhood in Edinburgh!
To celebrate topping out at our 476 home neighbourhood in Edinburgh, we caught up with ‘The Women Behind the Community’.
Edinburgh, we're coming for you!
We've officially marked the Topping Out of the final block in the first phase of our development at Springside in Edinburgh, Moda's first neighbourhood in the Scottish capital.
To celebrate topping out at our 476 home neighbourhood in Edinburgh, we caught up with ‘The Women Behind the Community’. Episode 1 offers a glimpse behind the scenes of the Moda development via interviews with the key women that are helping to build both the site and community.
On track to open our doors to residents this autumn, the £215m neighbourhood sits at the heart of the historic Fountainbridge district in Scotland’s capital. Once completed there'll be 476 homes designed for rent, next generation resident amenities and 25,000 sq ft of retail and leisure space...all for you to call home
Moda, Edinburgh is also the first and only residential development in Europe to be awarded Fitwel 3 Star Rating...that's because health and well-being are at the heart of what we do.
So who are the women behind the community we hear you ask?! Take a look for yourself...
Rebecca Laing, Site Manager at Robertson.
Who run the world...
The series forms part of our ongoing commitment to gender parity in property, with a workforce of 40% women and growing. The interviews “will provide a crucial educational platform that outlines the spectrum of careers available across the built environment sector”.
Lydia Eustace, marketing director and head of health and wellbeing at Moda Living, which describes itself as the UK's fastest growing developer and operator of homes for rent, said: _“Topping out Edinburgh is hugely exciting for Moda, and knowing these brilliant women have been part of the driving force behind the project makes it even better. As we push to eliminate gender disparity in the property industry, we are proud to be placing and championing the women in these leading roles.” _