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Queensberry Properties acquire River Kelvin residential development

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March 20 2018

Queensberry Properties acquire River Kelvin residential development
Queensberry Properties are striking out west after taking possession of a residential development site at Otago Lane in the heart of Glasgow’s west end with planning consent for 45 flats and four townhouses.

Located on the banks of the River Kelvin close to Kelvinbridge underground station the site benefits from close proximity to the University of Glasgow.

A spokesperson for Queensberry Properties commented: “This first site in Glasgow is a significant milestone for Queensberry. We have recently delivered some of Edinburgh’s most successful prime residential developments and look forward to bringing our expertise in innovative design and carefully considered, bespoke specification to the West. Otago Lane represents a fantastic opportunity in a unique and sought-after location and we look forward to bringing these exciting new properties to the residential market over the coming months.”

An established developer in Edinburgh Queensberry have delivered a number of schemes including projects at Dirleton, Bonnington and Peebles.

4 Comments

gfxman
#1 Posted by gfxman on 20 Mar 2018 at 22:36 PM
This is bad on so many levels. How long the lamers and total ignorants will do the job of a proper gfx designer and/or visualization artist? Watching this mediocrity is utterly painful.
Ollieman
#2 Posted by Ollieman on 22 Mar 2018 at 17:52 PM
There's still a few days till 1st April. Hang on this isn't even a joke but it is if you know what I mean!
Charlie_
#3 Posted by Charlie_ on 23 Mar 2018 at 16:49 PM
Is that the blue and yellow student block on Gibson street clad in red brick? Out of date render?
Bill
#4 Posted by Bill on 9 Apr 2019 at 02:08 AM
Can one still object to this development?
Environmentally it is a shame.

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