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Ferindonald - Fearainn Domhnuill

This link will take you to images of the sales brochure produced by Deveron Homes (c2002) for the Ferindonald Estate. "Make Ferindonald the place to come home to." Our thanks to Andrew Rose for making this available.

Reminiscences of an original owner:

"We booked it in July 2004 but it wasn't started building until the next year so we didn't move in until September 2005. I think construction would have started in 2003 as when we found the development in 2004 a lot of houses were well on in building. When we found the place there were only about 6 houses still available for sale and some of the others already had folks living in them. By the time we moved in only a small number were still waiting for owner's to move in.

The original planning application was for 55 houses but Highland Council restricted it to 37 . Good call as it means that the houses are well spaced with decent amount of garden space.

Deveron Homes have subsequently gone into administration in 2019.

The Highland Council imposed conditions when granting building approval for our development that there had to be a children's play park provided. They also stipulated that a factor should be appointed to oversee the care of the development including the playpark who arranges for contractors to do any work that is required.  They also arrange for insurance that is needed for the development and each household is then billed for a share of the costs."

An interesting point is that the residents of the Balnatua estate managed to remove this necessity for a play area. When the residents of Ferindonald attempted to remove the requirement on them they were disappointed by the Highland Council's response that the stipulation had to stand.

The scheme is in the bottom right-hand corner of this photograph.
The scheme is in the bottom right-hand corner of this photograph.
Cherry Wynd is the curving road to the left with Rowan Drive continuing from the B9169 as the straight line heading towards the bottom of the photograph.
Cherry Wynd is the curving road to the left with Rowan Drive continuing from the B9169 as the straight line heading towards the bottom of the photograph.
c2011
c2011
2020 -End of Cherry Wynd looking through to Rowan Drive.
2020 -End of Cherry Wynd looking through to Rowan Drive.
Leaving Cherry Wynd
Leaving Cherry Wynd
View looking out of Cherry Wynd.
View looking out of Cherry Wynd.
An early view of Woodside. Originally known as Knockandiatach. Now surrounded by Ferindonald.
An early view of Woodside. Originally known as Knockandiatach. Now surrounded by Ferindonald.
Woodside
Woodside
Woodside
Woodside
Woodside
Woodside
End of Rowan Drive looking through to Cherry Wynd
End of Rowan Drive looking through to Cherry Wynd
Looking back along top part of Rowan Drive
Looking back along top part of Rowan Drive
Looking back along top part of Rowan Drive
Looking back along top part of Rowan Drive
The junction of Rowan Drive, Cherry Wynd and the B9169
The junction of Rowan Drive, Cherry Wynd and the B9169
Entrance to Play Area (2020)
Entrance to Play Area (2020)
The empty field now the site of the Primary School. c2006
The empty field now the site of the Primary School. c2006
Looking into the end of Woodholme Croft.
Looking into the end of Woodholme Croft.
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