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DUNDASHILL PLOT 3, GLASGOW

Dundashill is a Transformational Regeneration Area located north of Glasgow’s city centre that is currently being extensively re-developed to deliver low-carbon, energy-efficient homes.

One such plot of the 600-home masterplan is Scotland’s largest Passivhaus development, comprising 90 homes for mid-market rent, presently being delivered entirely by CCG on behalf of West of Scotland Housing Association (WOSHA).

Formerly the site of a distillery belonging to Diageo, the masterplan will conceive a series of blocks that will deliver a mix of one, two, and three-bedroom apartments that each offer unrivalled views across the city.

The development will be Pasivhaus-certified upon its completion in late-2023 and is being constructed entirely using the CCG ‘iQ’ Timber System. Integrated with enhanced specification, including triple-glazed windows also manufactured by CCG, the homes will deliver enhanced airtightness characteristics to ensure that future residents require little to no heating and, as a result, be the beneficiaries of vastly reduced annual fuel bills. Furthermore, the use of the System enables a faster speed of delivery with an installation programme set to be fully undertaken within a net period of 165 days.

Dundashill is one of two Passivhaus developments to have been delivered for WOSHA in as many years with the completion of Springfield Cross in the east end of Glasgow in autumn 2022.

Client:
West of Scotland Housing Association

Value:
£22m

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