FOUR CCG projects have reached the finals of the Scottish Design Awards 2020 which are set to take place digitally for the first time this coming September.
Commemorating design across the housebuilding sector in both architecture and master planning, the list of projects includes:
Bell Street – the former Bell Street Stables has been nominated in the Affordable Housing and Building Re-Use categories. Collective Architecture led the design of the project whilst CCG undertook the role of the contractor on a design & build basis, converting the former Victorian stables into a stunning development of 52 one and two-bedroom apartments on behalf of GHA/ Lowther Homes.
Greendykes Phase G – designed by Anderson Bell Christie, Greendykes is a 75-home, mixed-tenure development located in the town of Craigmillar in Edinburgh and is one of several projects that have contributed to over 580 homes delivered by CCG in the town since 2015. Highly energy efficient, the development was delivered on behalf of the City of Edinburgh Council in 2019 and is nominated in the Affordable Housing category.
Maryhill Locks – designed by JM Architects, the fourth phase of Maryhill Locks Masterplan and the second to have been completed by CCG on behalf of Bigg Regeneration, Lochgilp Street was one of the most successful private housing developments sold in Glasgow in 2019. Comprising three and four-bedroom townhouses, the modern design – complete with a third-floor balcony terrace – is perfectly suited to its quiet, secluded location overlooking the Kelvin Walkway. The project is competing in the Residential category.
NGHA Offices – the final project to have been nominated is the new commercial offices of New Gorbals Housing Association. Located on Crown Street in Glasgow, the offices form part of a newly created plaza that has also seen the delivery of affordable housing including 28 by CCG in 2019. Nominated in the Commercial category, the offices were designed by Glasgow-based architects, Page\Park.
We wish all of our architectural partners good luck!
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