First homes break ground at Glasgow's Victoria Infirmary
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October 19 2020
Sanctuary Group has begun the first phase of a residential-led redevelopment of Glasgow's former Victoria Infirmary which will deliver 135 affordable homes and 11 shops.
The £29.3m project includes a mix of mid-market, social rent and shared equity properties and will ultimately constitute 413 new homes.
Sanctuary director Peter Martin said: “These affordable homes will be highly sought after and bring new life to a historic site, sowing seeds for the south side’s newest community.
“New public realm will complement this first phase of homes, creating an attractive, traffic-free route through the development from Battlefield to Queen’s Park.”
Glasgow City Council leader Susan Aitken added: "Sanctuary is taking a really important site and retaining and reusing the best of its existing buildings to ensure it continues to be a focal point in the neighbourhood – through quality, affordable housing, places for work and new civic space.”
The Collective Architecture designed homes will start to be handed over from summer 2022.
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