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MARYHILL LOCKS PHASE 3, GLASGOW

The first of two phases delivered as part of the Maryhill Locks Masterplan, in an area previously known locally as the ‘The Botany’, Phase 3 was completed in March 2017 and consists of 40 private homes.

Phase 3 was constructed on behalf of Bigg Regeneration, a partnership between Places for People Capital and Scottish Canals (managed by igloo) and comprises a housing mix of two, three and four-bedroom terraced homes within a short distance of the Kelvin Walkway and main transport connections to Glasgow city centre.

The development seeks to play off the history of the area by offering a modern spin on the terraced properties that once stood on the site, evidenced by the contemporary mix of white and black brick for the external façade. Internally, open-plan living arrangements and ample glazing help create an abundance of space and light, advantaged by a rear south-facing aspect.

CCG utilised the ‘iQ Timber System’ for the build, integrated with CCG-manufactured internal door sets, which led to the delivery of the first phase (21 homes) within nine months and the full completion of the project by the end of March 2017.

Through the use of off-site construction methods, igloo was afforded with the use of a show home that enabled the full sell-out of the development by April-end 2017.

Photo credit: Dapple Photography

Client:
Bigg Regeneration

Contract Value:
£4 million

Awards:
Scottish Home Awards 2017 Starter Home of the Year

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