£200m build to rent scheme to rejuvenate Glasgow's High Street
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January 4 2018
This will see 727 build to rent homes built behind High Street rail station in addition to a new public square, 99 student studios and circa 3,365sqm of retail, leisure, food, drink and commercial business space. All of which will be accessible from new tree-lined routes, connecting the Merchant City to the East End.
Stallan-Brand architects and Woolgar Hunter have drawn up the up the plans alongside internationally-renowned urban landscape designers Martha Schwartz Partners and LDA Design, rounding off revitalissation of the former railway goods yard.
Get Living CEO, Neil Young, commented: "We believe this new neighbourhood at High Street will be an ideal fit for this part of the city and bring what is currently an invisible site back to life."
Assuming planning consent to be forthcoming work could begin by the end of the year.
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