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Clyde Gateway seeks development partner for Shawfield & Dalmarnock Cross

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October 20 2015

Clyde Gateway seeks development partner for Shawfield & Dalmarnock Cross
Clyde Gateway has instigated a hunt for a development partner to help it deliver a mixed use development including a hotel, office space, retail and housing at Dalmarnock Cross, Glasgow.

This coincides with a closing date set in a separate search for a development partner to take on the mammoth Shawfield regeneration initiative in Glasgow, currently the 11th largest commercial and industrial planning consent in the UK.

Ian Manson, Chief Executive of Clyde Gateway said: “The area comprises the very best in transport links, fantastic business facilities and an interlinking network of community groups, infrastructure, superfast broadband and cross-sector businesses, making it a prime destination to do business. We are confident that the continued interest and the ever increasing investment opportunities that arise will continue to offer a good return for investors while supporting the ongoing community regeneration for years to come.”

Other projects currently in the works include the delivery of 550 mixed-tenure homes on the site of the former Dalmarnock Power Station and the development of a business park dubbed Clyde Gateway East off junction 2A of the M74.

8 Comments

IM
#1 Posted by IM on 20 Oct 2015 at 15:32 PM
A potentially exciting site in relation to the works carried out as part of the common wealth legacy. Here's hoping we see some quality architecture and the formation of a vibrant new community.
Big Chantelle
#2 Posted by Big Chantelle on 21 Oct 2015 at 09:03 AM
JM in post #1 said :

" Here's hoping we see some quality architecture and the formation of a vibrant new community."

If ye consider value engineered white rendered/zinc roofed boxes exciting, then aye, this will probably be an pure amazin'.

Just look at that new community hub thingy ootside the emirates arena.

I rest my case.

IM
#3 Posted by IM on 21 Oct 2015 at 10:29 AM
BC - we know the reality...
Voice of Sanity
#4 Posted by Voice of Sanity on 21 Oct 2015 at 13:15 PM
Oh Big Chantelle, give it a f*****g rest.
DSM
#5 Posted by DSM on 21 Oct 2015 at 13:53 PM
Nice spot for an allotment.
E=mc2
#6 Posted by E=mc2 on 21 Oct 2015 at 14:23 PM
Next door to the new Polis HQ so will be 'Secure by Design'
Aye rite....
Charlie_
#7 Posted by Charlie_ on 21 Oct 2015 at 18:07 PM
I really struggle to see the point in promoting sites like for development this when there is so much land in more central areas lying derelict. Why not a green corridor extending from Glasgow green to the new cunnigar loop? Better than more low density deadzone sub-urbanism.
Chig Bantelle
#8 Posted by Chig Bantelle on 21 Oct 2015 at 22:26 PM
And the lord said..."Let there be concrete!"

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