Building Futures

TWO CCG PROJECTS WIN SCOTTISH HOME AWARD

The Scottish Home Awards made a triumphant return to its first live audience in over a year yesterday evening (16/09/21) and two CCG projects were announced as winners.

Winner of Housing Regeneration Project of the Year, Craigmillar Town Centre – designed by Anderson Bell Christie – is a 194-home development is located just west of Edinburgh city centre and is the latest phase of housing-led regeneration that has been delivered by CCG on behalf of strategic partner, the City of Edinburgh Council. The completion of the project marks a significant milestone for CCG with over 600 mixed-tenure homes now delivered in the district since 2015.

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Following a prestigious RIAS Award win earlier this month, Maryhill Locks Phase 4 (otherwise known as Lochgilp Street) received further recognition as it was announced the winner of Innovation in Design. The stunning 33-home development was designed by JM Architects and was delivered by CCG on behalf of igloo.

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CCG send our congratulations to all of our partners involved in the delivery of these projects!

AWARD WINNER LIST

Pictured: CCG Director, Calum Murray (centre); Anderson Bell Christie Director, Jonathan McQuillan (right)

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