Building Futures

BELL STREET WINS SCOTTISH DESIGN AWARD

FOR the first time ever, the Scottish Design Awards were streamed to a captive digital audience yesterday evening [10/09/2020] with one CCG project picking up an award.

Nominated in the Affordable Housing category, the former Bell Street Stables – designed by Collective Architecture – fought off stiff competition from a number of projects from across Scotland that included CCG’s very own Greendykes Phase G which received a commendation.

Bell Street comprises the conversion of the Victorian horse stables once used by Glasgow City Council’s Cleansing Department. It is now home to 52 one and two-bedroom apartments managed by Lowther Homes, a member of the Wheatley Group.

Already an award-winner in its own right, Maryhill Locks [otherwise known as Lochgilp Street] also received a commendation in the Residential category whilst the NGHA Offices, the new build premises of New Gorbals Housing Association, was commended in the Commercial category.

CCG congratulate our partners Collective Architecture, Anderson Bell Christie, JM Architects and Page/Park on their respective achievements.

Visit the Scottish Design Awards 2020 website for the full list of results.

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