Cumbernauld’s last two tower blocks are being reduced to rubble, making space for more than 130 new homes. The demolition of Stuart House and Elliot House in Burns Road by high-reach excavator marks the end of more than 50 years of high-rise living in the town.
A statue of Charles Rennie Mackintosh has been unveiled on the 90th anniversary of his death by First Minister Nicola Sturgeon. The statue by Andy Scott is believed to be the world’s first public sculpture celebrating Mackintosh, one of Scotland’s most famous sons.
CCG (Scotland) Ltd has completed Phases 4 & 5 of the multi-award winning Anderston Regeneration Masterplan, a landmark housing project in Glasgow. Delivered on behalf of Sanctuary Scotland and supported by funding from the Scottish Government and Glasgow City Council, the new development revital
(from left) Calum Murray (director – CCG), Cllr Rashid Hussain, Pat Cahill (director – Sanctuary Scotland), Thomas Burrows (apprentice – CCG), Richard Smith (plumber – CCG), David Paterson (apprentice – CCG), Humza Yousaf MSP, David McMahon (site manager – CCG) Local residents are buildi
Sanctuary Homes has been given the go-ahead to redevelop the former Victoria Infirmary site in Glasgow. Glasgow City Council’s planning applications committee has granted planning permission to create 413 new flats, plus offices and retail units, on the site in the city’s Langside.
The City of Edinburgh Council is examining “ambitious plans” to revamp the public realm of the Scottish capital’s city centre in which over £3 billion worth of projects are currently underway, delegates at a planning event were told. Delivering the opening keynote at a Built Environment Netwo
Two brownfield sites in Cumbernauld will soon be reclaimed and regenerated into new affordable housing developments, providing new family homes and opportunities for local people as part of an £11.7 million investment from Sanctuary Homes. ENGIE has been appointed to deliver the construction works
Gillian Lavety, head of development for Sanctuary Scotland, and Renfrewshire Council leader, Iain Nicolson, at the masterplan site Plans to transform Paisley's West End into an attractive neighbourhood with 150 new homes and strengthened links to the town centre have been given the green light.
Councillor Marie McGurk and Sanctuary’s Gillian Lavety Renfrewshire Council has unveiled a five-year plan to deliver more than 1000 high-quality, affordable homes across the region over the next five years.
Plans for 24 homes at Dubbs Road in Port Glasgow Sanctuary Group is working with Inverclyde Council to deliver 104 new affordable homes for rent across five sites.
Sanctuary Homes has submitted its masterplan, planning application and listed building application to redevelop the former site of Glasgow’s Victoria Infirmary. Developed by Glasgow-based Collective Architecture following a comprehensive community consultation, the proposals include the creation o
AS Homes (Scotland) Ltd has been granted planning consent for a new £17 million development of 132 homes for social rent and sale in Paisley. Plans and information about the homes at Love Street, which are built for Sanctuary Scotland Housing Association, were submitted to Renfrewshire Council in D
Off-site construction specialists CCG have published plans for an innovative residential build in Glasgow which will become the tallest timber structure in Scotland. Located on Ellerslie Road in Yoker, the development will consist of 42 new flats designed by Mast Architects which upon its completion
Sanctuary Scotland has submitted revised plans to build affordable homes on the site of the former Craigbank housing estate in Nitshill, Glasgow. To be delivered by CCG and Mast Architects, the development will see the construction of 180 homes comprising a mix of affordable and private accommodatio
Battlefield Road's Nightingale wings will be retained as part of the project A local design team has been appointed to create a housing vision for Glasgow’s former Victoria Infirmary.