CCG Homes have released visualisations of new homes that are set to transform a derelict school site in the East End of Glasgow.
The developer submitted planning proposals to Glasgow City Council in the spring with intent to create up to 156 homes upon a 6.5ha site adjacent to Edinburgh Road in Springboig.
The site was once home to Springboig St John’s School that was demolished in 2010. It is surrounded by a rich, environmental landscape that is unique to this area of the city.
Proposals are for 124, two, three and four-bedroom homes for sale in a range of detached, semi-detached and terraced house types with a further 32, one and two-bedroom apartments intended for market rent that would be taken forward with a chosen rental partner.
The site will retain a focus on its rich bio-diversity with large, rear gardens and communal amenity space also creating a safe and secure environment for future homeowners.
Car parking will be provided whilst all homes will be designed to achieve enhanced standards of environmental performance.
If granted approval, CCG Homes aim to launch sales in summer 2022.
CCG Homes managing director Calum Murray said: “We are delighted to give people their first look at 1190 Edinburgh Road, a development that will contribute greatly to an already thriving Springboig community that is well served by local shops, community facilities and excellent transport links.
“Our proposed housing mix has been designed to be accessible to a wide-ranging demographic, suitable for families and downsizers alike, and I am confident that the proposals will be accepted by Glasgow City Council.”