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Work gets underway on Toryglen regeneration

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November 27 2014

Work gets underway on Toryglen regeneration
Cruden Homes has commenced delivery of 55 homes at Toryglen on Glasgow’s south side, a £6m development being delivered in tandem with 100 properties for Glasgow Housing Association.

King’s View has been designed by Hypostyle Architects and forms part of a wider regeneration package for the area around Prospecthill Circus, which has been identified as one of eight Transformational Regeneration Areas in the city and follows on from the delivery of new homes at Laurieston.

It will include a mixture of two storey semi-detached and terraced houses alongside three and four storey blocks of flats.

A demolition programme is currently underway in the area to clear all multi-storey and flatted properties to make way for lower density infill at 40 dwellings per hectare.

John Gallacher of Cruden Homes said: “We are very excited about this latest development and having the opportunity to create a brand new vibrant community on the edge of Glasgow’s King’s Park.”
King's View forms part of a wider master plan for the area - albeit scaled back from an original 2005 Barton Wilmore master plan deemed to be 'undeliverable'
King's View forms part of a wider master plan for the area - albeit scaled back from an original 2005 Barton Wilmore master plan deemed to be 'undeliverable'

1 Comment

Hayden
#1 Posted by Hayden on 28 Nov 2014 at 10:17 AM
For those interested, the website for the development can be found here: http://www.crudenkingsview.co.uk

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