Building Futures


Four CCG projects have been announced as finalists for this year’s Scottish Design Awards.

Organised by the architectural publication Urban Realm, the Scottish Design Awards celebrate profound examples of architecture, art and advertising that inform how we interact with the world around us and CCG is delighted for our architectural partners who have been nominated.

Cromdale Square was designed by Grant Murray Architects with HOOS Developments and delivered on behalf of Linthouse Housing Association.

The development comprises 49 homes built on the site of the former Drumoyne Primary School in Govan, Glasgow. The project is nominated in the Architecture: regeneration category and follows on from being announced as a finalist for both the Homes for Scotland Awards, taking place on 26/05/23, and the Scottish Home Awards which takes place in June.

Nominated in the same category is MAST Architects for Queen’s Quay. Forming part of the large-scale, mixed-use regeneration of the former John Brown Shipyard in Clydebank, the development was delivered by CCG on behalf of Loretto, a member of Wheatley Group, West Dunbartonshire Council, and Clydebank Housing Association and comprises 146 one, two, and three-bedroom flats for affordable rent.

Page Park Architects are also finalists in the Architecture: Affordable Housing category for North Gate, a 31-home, 9-storey development delivered by CCG on behalf of New Gorbals Housing Association. This stunning project continues to receive industry acclaim and is nominated alongside Queens Quay and Cromdale Square for the forthcoming Homes for Scotland and Scottish Home Awards.

John Gilbert Architects are the final practice to be nominated for this year’s awards with 107 Niddrie Road, a project that comprised the retrofit of eight tenement flats designed to an EnerPhit standard of build on behalf of Southside Housing Association.

This project was supported by the Scottish Government, Glasgow City Council, and the housing association themselves and is also named a finalist in the Scottish Home Awards as well as winning a GIA Award in 2022.

For more information on this year’s finalists, CLICK HERE.


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