Clydebank’s Queens Quay urbanises with flagship waterfront homes
March 22 2019
The first of a number of high-density residential developments planned for the waterfront the homes will be operated by Cube and Clydebank Housing Associations and adopt a robust urban form in response to a desire by West Dunbartonshire Council to create a new focal point for the town.
A strong public presence along Titan boulevard, including four street-level commercial units, is balanced by private courtyards and gardens to the rear, offering tenants spaces of greater intimacy.
The culmination of a masterplan approved in 2016 Queens Quay seeks to integrate the former shipyards and waterfront within the existing town centre.
In a statement, the architects wrote: “Mast Architects said: “Our intention was to design an exemplary architecture that sits comfortably in the historic setting of Clydebank and complements the ongoing regeneration of Queens Quay.”