Building Futures


CCG were the big winners at this year’s Scottish Home Awards with two projects announced as winners.

One of the most prestigious awards nights on the property calendar, competition was fierce with many developments vying for the top prizes, however, 107 Niddrie Road and Witch Road came out on top in the Renovation of the Year and Age Exclusive award categories respectively.

Niddrie Road is one of the most innovative developments in the country. Comprising an end-terrace tenement in the southside of Glasgow, the project involved the comprehensive upgrade of eight flats that were designed to meet an EnerPHit standard of build. Fabric enhancement and renewable technologies were amongst the breadth of new features that will ensure residents will see between an eighty to ninety percent reduction in fuel bills when compared to dwellings of the same form and size. A fantastic achievement and the second award to have been won in the last year, the project was delivered by CCG on behalf of Southside Housing Association in partnership with John Gilbert Architects.

Witch Road, located in Kilmarnock, comprises 43 one and two-bedroom bungalows specially designed to meet the needs of elderly, ambulant disabled people. The project forms part of a wider programme of affordable housing delivery that has been led by CCG in partnership with MAST Architects on behalf of East Ayrshire Council across the region since 2017, a partnership that has focused on collaborative procurement to deliver high-quality homes tailored to meet the needs of local housing demand across the region.

CCG extend our congratulations to our project delivery partners and all of the award-winning companies. For the full list of 2023 winners, CLICK HERE.

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