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Terraced homes extend Maryhill Locks regeneration

September 10 2015

Terraced homes extend Maryhill Locks regeneration
Bigg Regeneration has moved on site with 40 contemporary terraced homes at Whitelaw Street, the third phase of work as part of the Maryhill Locks Transformational Regeneration Area.

Overlooking the Forth & Clyde Canal the Nord designed scheme will be built by CCG with each home designed to cater for families through provision of private gardens, drawing inspiration from traditional west end terraces.

Each home is designed for an EPC ‘B’ rating and will come equipped with Smart meters to economise fuel use.

CCG director, Calum Murray said: "We will manufacture the new, energy efficient homes on Whitelaw Street in our state-of-the art offsite manufacturing facility (CCG OSM) which will allow for greater on site efficiencies, drive quality and reduce the carbon footprint of the project."

The homes are expected to become available by late Spring 2016.


m b
#1 Posted by m b on 11 Sep 2015 at 13:27 PM
stoke-on-trent anyone?
#2 Posted by Rationalist on 11 Sep 2015 at 16:49 PM
Not the best image but interested to see more. The aspiration for a contemporary "west end terrace" sounds promising, although from the image the scheme is much lower rise than the terraces of the west end I can bring to mind. That said, this may well be more appropriate for the canal side site. Any more images UR?

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