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The project team behind the flagship PLATFORM_ Glasgow build-to-rent (BTR) development celebrated a significant project milestone at this week’s topping-out ceremony. Contractor, GRAHAM is delivering the scheme on behalf of PLATFORM_, an investor, developer, and operator of BTR communities acr

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Contractor GRAHAM has completed the core of developer PLATFORM_’s landmark build to rent (BTR) scheme at Central Quay, which now stands as one of Glasgow’s tallest buildings at 20 storeys (circa 60m high). Designed by architect Keppie, the £100 million residential-led development w

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The multi-million-pound development of land derelict for almost 20 years will see another major step forward in the regeneration of Glasgow’s waterfront. A series of new developments at an eight-acre site at Central Quay is expected to strengthen links between the up-and-coming Finnieston dist

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Contractor GRAHAM has secured a key Glasgow residential build to rent project on the banks of the Clyde on behalf of developer PLATFORM_. The 498-apartment development consists of four blocks of varying height, including a 20-storey tower, on a landmark riverside site close to the city centre which

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A planning application for the development of high-quality Build-to-Rent (BTR) accommodation on Bonnington Road Lane has been submitted by property developer and operator, PLATFORM_. Located at the site of the derelict John Lewis depot/warehouse in the city, the proposals seek to introduce a hi

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Detailed planning permission has been granted for a 498-apartment build-to-rent development on the banks of the River Clyde. The £100 million scheme, which sits on the Broomielaw, one of Glasgow’s major thoroughfares, is being delivered by developer and private rented housing operator PL

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While the build to rent market in Scotland is still behind the rest of the UK, demand is growing and developments in the sector can cater for everyone, including families, writes Matt Willcock. While we can’t avoid the fact thousands of people are being priced out of the housing market, there&

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The ongoing revitalisation of Glasgow’s waterfront is poised to take a major step forward with the submission of a detailed planning application for a 500-apartment build-to-rent development on the banks of the Clyde. The project at Central Quay on the Broomielaw is being led by investor, develope

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A developer and operator of private rented housing has announced a major brownfield regeneration project right in the heart of Glasgow as its first development in Scotland. PLATFORM_, which already has 580 homes under management in the joint venture in key commuter towns and employment hubs across E

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