Cala’s community pledge to Rosemount rounds up with only three homes remaining at West end development

Cala's ongoing charity fundraising and volunteering work with Samaritans is part of the Community Pledge initiative. Left to Right: Maria Cowie, Director at Samaritans Aberdeen and a Cala employee.

AS THE TwentyFour, Rosemount development comes to a close, Cala’s Community Pledge continues to bring meaningful benefits to the area through a suite of community support initiatives.

With only a trio of  apartments remaining at the West End of Aberdeen development, the award-winning homebuilder is celebrating the success of its first Community Pledge in the North of Scotland.

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Launched earlier this year, Cala’s Community Pledge sees bespoke programmes of activity created for each development and the community it is part of, designed to ensure specific local needs are addressed whilst bringing measurable, meaningful benefit.

One of the first Pledge initiatives at TwentyFour, Rosemount, was to lend a hand to Cala’s charity partner, Samaritans. The team volunteered 70 hours of time plus materials to decorate the charity’s local branch office. 

The homebuilder also installed a community sensory garden within the development which locals can enjoy, and provided a local food bank donation which totalled 10 crates of much-needed items. 

Part of every Cala Community Pledge is Showhome of Support, where local businesses within the community are featured throughout showhomes to showcase the excellent local talent and independent retailers on purchaser’s doorsteps.

Amy Singer Art, Sookie Coo Candles and The Gourmet Cheese Company are some of the local businesses which were given a platform within Cala’s TwentyFour, Rosemount show home.

The homebuilder’s Pledge will conclude with a £1,500 donation to Sports Aberdeen to help disadvantaged children, youths and adults in Aberdeen city, and a programme with local school, Brimmond Primary School. The Stay Safe, Stay Away initiative aims to educate children about the dangers of playing on building sites.

Fraser Carr, Sales & Marketing Director at Cala Homes (North), said: “TwentyFour, Rosemount has proven to be a popular development with buyers looking for high specification, contemporary living within the West End of Aberdeen.

“We have three homes remaining including our featured home which is an impressive two-bedroom top floor apartment with private balcony, ideal for professionals and downsizers ready to make the move now. A sought-after location which also benefits from surrounding greenery and is only minutes from Westburn Park makes TwentyFour, Rosemount the perfect place to call home.

“The Community Pledge has been at the heart of our activity at this development and with only three homes remaining, this really is one of the last chances to be part of this brand-new community, although the benefits from our Pledge will hopefully have a lasting impact.

“We’ll continue to provide updates on the fantastic programme of support and look forward to rolling out more Pledges around Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire in the future.”

The Richmond, plot 24, is available to reserve now and comes with full LBTT paid (potential saving of £2,550) and carpets and flooring included. Meanwhile another Richmond apartment type at plot 10 is the final first floor home and The Rosemount (plot 32) is also available to reserve which is a top floor apartment with a terrace.

Prices at Twentyfour, Rosemount begin at £246,950. For more information, visit

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