Ryder persevere with Yorkhill flats plan with scaled-back vision
August 12 2020
Ryder Architecture has revisited plans for a new residential development at 33 Gilbert Street, Glasgow, on behalf of Surplus Property Investments.
Further scaling back plans from last year the latest vision constitutes a total of 20 flats on brownfield land designed to create a coherent urban block alongside 13 parking spots and 34 cycle bays at a density of 255 dwellings per hectare (DPH).
Having witnessed significant residential interest in recent years Ryder will work with the urban grain of the inner city area, despite previous applications to develop the brownfield site having been rebuffed.
Outlining their latest approach the practice wrote: "The proposal is above the recommended 100DPH. However, due to the scale and nature of the predominantly tenemental area, strict application of this policy would result in a development largely out of scale from its context. Its proximity to a high accessibility area and provision of cycle parking for active travel opportunities provide further justification for a higher density of 255DPH.
Topped by a rooftop amenity space the proposal will provide residents with sunrooms, a pergola and covered spaces making the most of expansive southerly views to the river in all weathers.
A sister block is planned to rise at 37 Gilbert Street, framing either side of the junction with Teviot Street.
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