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Perth nightclub makes way for affordable homes

April 5 2016

Perth nightclub makes way for affordable homes
Robertson Partnership Homes has begun demolition of Perth’s former Zoo nightclub to make way for 32 affordable homes on behalf of Fairfield Housing Co-operative.

The £3m project will see the existing building taken down brick by brick over the next five weeks following its closure in August 2015.

Grant Ager, CEO of Fairfield Housing Co-operative, commented: “We knew the site would bring some challenges to the contractor because it neighbours a listed building and is right in the middle of one of Perth’s busiest through-roads. That’s why we awarded the contract to Robertson Partnership Homes. Stewart and his team have a great track record in working on challenging sites and delivering quality affordable housing.”

Fouin + Bell Architects have drawn up plans for a four storey block of flats on the site, with construction set to get underway next month.

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