Paisley supermarket makes way £6.2m housing scheme
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July 18 2019
Sanctuary Homes have completed a £6.2m housing project on the site of a former supermarket in Paisley comprising a mix of 39 affordable flats and houses.
The Wellmeadow Street properties have been designed by Macmon to form part of a wider west end regeneration initiative which will see a further 44 homes delivered at Sutherland Street and Underwood Lane.
Renfrewshire Council leader Iain Nicholson said: “The redevelopment of the former Co-Op site is a key stage in the wider regeneration plans of Paisley’s west end and I’m looking forward to seeing the transformation of this area continue.”
Peter Martin, Sanctuary’s development group director added: “Our Wellmeadow Street project is an important milestone in the regeneration of Paisley’s west end. In partnership with the Scottish Government and Renfrewshire Council, we will build more than 150 affordable homes for sale and rent to help transform this area.”
The delivered scheme includes a three-storey block of 24 flats alongside six terraced houses fronting Castle Street.
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