THE annual awards by the Glasgow Institute for Architects (GIA) took place on the 23/11 and CCG are delighted to state that two of our developments won an award.
Bell Street, the stunning conversion of the former Bell Street Stables building located in the Merchant City, was awarded the coveted ‘special’ award for conservation whilst Maryhill Locks, a private housing development delivered on behalf of Bigg Regeneration, took home the award for Best Residential (Large).
Each project was completed in 2019; both contrasting in their design and form. Bell Street Stables was designed by Collective Architecture and involved the conservation of the former Victorian building to create 54 one and two-bedroom apartments on behalf of GHA and Lowther Homes, members of the Wheatley Group. Maryhill Locks, a new build development, forms part of the Maryhill Locks Masterplan and consists of 33 three and four-bedroom townhouses – constructed offsite using CCG’s enhanced ‘iQ’ Timber System – designed by JM Architects.
CCG wish to congratulate our architectural partners on winning their respective awards and for more information on the award categories and winners, please visit the GIA website.
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