Easterfield Farm — a 14-acre development — is the housebuilder’s first development in the city.
It will develop approximately 90 homes and is considering plans for around 3,000 new homes across a number of developments in and around Inverness and the Highlands.
The scheme will include a mix of private and affordable homes.
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Innes Smith, chief executive at Springfield (pictured above), said: “We expect to start selling homes at Easterfield later this year.
“We have grown Springfield by focusing on customers and on geographic expansion across Scotland.
“Springfield started as a small developer in Moray.
“We now have three great brands operating across Scotland, have listed on the AIM market and have 750 employees and hundreds of subcontractors building around 1,000 homes this year.
“In recent years, we’ve developed a stronger presence in Glasgow and Edinburgh, and we are already highly active in Dundee and Perth.
“Now we are in a position to include Inverness in our portfolio, which is the next step for our growth.”