MAJOR Housing Association Development Agreed For West Glasgow Site

11 July, 2024 | News

AN application for 110 houses and flats on a triangle of railway land at Kelvindale has been approved by city planners.

The proposal by West of Scotland Housing Association involves a site east of the junction of Temple Road and Dalsholm Road. There will be 24 terraced homes and 86 flats.

A document included with the new planning application stated: “The design proposal for the redevelopment of this vacant land parcel aims to provide a mix of affordable housing ranging from two-bedroom to four-bedroom as well as dwellings catering for specific accessibility needs.

“This will be provided in a mixture of flats and terraced housing to suit the current affordable housing requirements needs highlighted in the area.”

How the development is expected to look

Access will be formed for vehicles through the introduction of a new traffic light-controlled junction.

The proposals also include wider road improvements including a footway on the adjacent railway bridge.

The full site is bounded by the West Highland rail line to the north, and the Maryhill to Anniesland rail line, in a cutting, which runs along the southern edge of the full site.

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