Planning applications have been lodged for 22 houses at Queen’s Terrace on the edge of Maybole.

There will 18 two and three bedroom houses, and four one bedroom flats. Each flat includes an additional small room which can be used either as a home office or a child’s bedroom.

The scheme has been designed by Do-Architecture to reflect the ambitions of the association’s new Design Guide for energy efficient and flexible housing.

A public consultation is available on the South Ayrshire Council website here. Members can leave their comments about the planned housing.

The consultation is due to be reviewed on Monday, April 19, with the public urged to leave their comments before then.

The other members of the design team are McColm Civil and Structural Engineers and Thomson Cost Consultants.

Jim Whiston, the association director, said: “The association’s first new build project was in Maybole over 25 years ago and the town has always been a focus for our work.

“Hopefully, this latest development will be as well received as the nearby Burns Wynd one which received a Saltire Housing Design award in 2014. We are grateful for the continued support of South Ayrshire Council with whom we have liaised on the housing mix”.

Subject to approval, building of the homes is hoped to be started as soon as it is safe and possible to do so.