Building Futures


During a glittering ceremony in Glasgow on Thursday evening [28/09/23, the winners of The Herald Property Awards for Scotland 2023 were announced and two CCG projects scooped top prizes.

107 Niddrie Road and Queens Quay stood out as they were announced as winners of the inaugural Green Housing Award and Best Regeneration – Residential Award respectively.

Niddrie Road is a pioneering example of construction innovation in the UK. Comprising of a 120-year-old end-of-terrace tenement of eight one-bedroom flats in Glasgow’s southside, the project involved the comprehensive upgrade of the entire building designed to meet the rigorous Passivhaus standard of build for existing buildings known as EnerPHit.

The first of its kind in Scotland, a combination of measures have been implemented to drastically enhance airtightness and reduce heat loss with the aim of lowering carbon emissions and running costs to tenants. With post-occupancy evaluation underway, it is estimated tenants will use between 5% and 20% of typical fuel bills for properties of a similar form and age.

The award win is the latest in a long line of accomplishments and is the third to have been received in the past year.

CCG delivered the project on behalf of Southside Housing Association in partnership with John Gilbert Architects.

Our second award winner was Queens Quay, designed by MAST Architects, which scooped the Best Regeneration Project in the Residential category. The 146-home development forms part of the large-scale, mixed-use regeneration of the former John Brown Shipyard in Clydebank and was delivered by CCG on behalf of Loretto, a member of Wheatley Group; West Dunbartonshire Council and Clydebank Housing Association.

To see the full list of winners click HERE.

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