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Ayr affordable housing project begins to rise

May 10 2018

Ayr affordable housing project begins to rise
CCG and Ayrshire Housing have begun realization of their vision to deliver 39 affordable homes in Ayr on a long-standing gap site off Peebles Street.

Incorporating on-site parking and a landscaped courtyard the LMA designed project has been made possible by grant funding from the Scottish Government and South Ayrshire Council to subsidise rents.

Calum Murray, Director of CCG, said: “By using offsite methods of construction, CCG is able to ensure the highest quality standard as semi-automated conditions offer enhanced levels of consistency and accuracy as well as improved levels of environmental performance - a key advantage for future residents in reducing energy bills. When on site, the use of our system offers a much faster speed of build when compared to traditional methods which will reduce the impact of works on the town centre location.”

As with all CCG projects the scheme will employ offsite construction methods with a panelised timber frame manufactured and assembled in a factory environment, prior to being transported to site for completion of insulation, wall linings, windows and doors.


#1 Posted by why? on 10 May 2018 at 10:39 AM
Why oh why the term 'affordable' equals ugly af?
#2 Posted by chris on 10 May 2018 at 10:56 AM
Looks like a tarted up 60s council flat.
#3 Posted by stylecouncil on 10 May 2018 at 12:50 PM
jimbob tanktop
#4 Posted by jimbob tanktop on 10 May 2018 at 14:28 PM
Ano9ther from the indigenous Scottish school of Thatwilldaeism.
#5 Posted by Inahuf on 11 May 2018 at 14:22 PM
Expected better of CCG but fits right in with LMAs usual guff so client must have known what they’re getting

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