CCG creates over 100 new homes in Lanarkshire



CCG factoryAn environmentally-friendly social housing development has been completed in Kilsyth by Glasgow-based construction and manufacturing specialists CCG (Scotland) Ltd – taking the total number of new homes built by the firm in the area to over 100.

The new development, located on Bogside Road, comprises 39 state-of-the-art semi-detached houses and flats which have now all been let for social affordable rent by Clyde Valley Housing Association (CVHA).

The completion marks the latest in a series of projects delivered by CCG for CVHA since 2015.

In total, CCG has created 121 new affordable homes for the Lanarkshire-based social housing provider, including 20 new homes in Sixth Street, Uddingston, 30 in Patchy Park, Larkhall and 32 in Brunel Way, East Kilbride. CCG is also on site at a fifth project in Bothwell, South Lanarkshire, which, upon its completion in the summer of this year, will see the delivery of an additional 60 units. All of the homes have been delivered using CCG’s own off-site manufactured, enhanced timber frame system.

Calum Murray, director of CCG (Scotland) Ltd, said: “Over the past 12 months we’ve developed a fantastic working relationship with CVHA and it is a pleasure to see the completion of yet another social housing site in Lanarkshire.

“We have been able to deliver the homes utilising our highly innovative off-site manufactured timber system which has ensured quality, greater environmental standards and enhanced speed of delivery across all of the projects”

Campbell Boyd, chairman at CVHA, said: “Clyde Valley Housing Association’s partnership with CCG continues to support our aims as a diverse housing provider to furnish communities with new, much-needed, new homes. We are delighted to be able to provide these high quality homes, in high demand areas, across a variety of tenures, including social and mid-market rent.

“The board of the Association is committed to meeting the significant demand for housing need and growing our housing stock with high-quality, energy-efficient properties. Ultimately tenants benefit from having sustainable homes, providing comfortable living and a secure safe environment to live in.”



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