Kelvin Properties has been given the go-ahead to redevelop a traditional 1890s school building in Glasgow into flats and build new apartments.
Plans to redevelop a traditional 1890s school building in Glasgow have been recommended for approval.
Glasgow-based urban regeneration specialist Kelvin Properties has today had its application validated to redevelop a traditional 1890s school building, which will bring 49 new homes to the city’s West End. The building, which has lain vacant for a number of years, will be converted into 24 pro
Scottish developer Kelvin Properties has made its first move into Edinburgh with plans for new homes. The urban regeneration specialist has completed the purchase of a site in Canonmills that was formerly home to a charity’s furniture warehouse, where it plans to build 48 new apartments includ
A housing developer plans to create "a new gateway to Paisley town centre" as it unveiled proposals for 67 new apartments on the site of a former Department for Work and Pensions office.
Kelvin Properties has gained planning permission to demolish an old warehouse in Cranstonhill and deliver 34 build to rent apartments in a 12-storey block.
Kelvin Properties has submitted an appeal to Glasgow City Council over the authority's apparent non-determination of an application from the developer for 34 flats in Finnieston.
A rooftop garden is the showpiece in a newly-released series of computer-generated images (CGIs) offering the public a first look inside one of a new housing development in the heart of Shawlands.
Plans have been submitted to replace an Edinburgh warehouse used by charity FourSquare with private and affordable apartments.
Holmes Miller and Kelvin Properties are hoping to build on their burgeoning relationship with a proposed ultra-low carbon residential block in Finnieston.
The developer behind numerous residential developments in Glasgow has unveiled plans for a £10 million+ 34-property project on the city’s south side.
Glasgow urban developer Kelvin Properties has laid the foundations for the next phase of its ambitious growth plans with the appointment of a high-profile director. Andrew Duncan has been appointed land director, leaving the same role at CALA Homes where he cemented his reputation within the industr
The team behind Glasgow’s first major city centre Build to Rent (BTR) housing development has successfully delivered another multi-million-pound BTR project.
Holmes Miller Architects are to formalise plans for the conversion of seven townhouses in Shawlands.
The proposed residential development at Shawlands Bowling Club has been granted planning permission following an appeal to the Glasgow City Council local review board.