Clyde Valley HA tenants move into 50 new homes


Clyde Valley Housing Association (CVHA) tenants have moved into fifty new affordable homes at developments in Sixth Street, Uddingston and Patchy Park, Larkhall.

The high-quality, energy-efficient and “much-needed” homes were completed by Glasgow-based firm CCG (Scotland) Ltd, one of Scotland’s largest private construction companies, using the latest offsite construction methods.

The Uddingston development includes 14 terraced houses and one block of 6 flats, while the 30 new residential properties on the Larkhall site are made up of cottage flats.

Calum Murray, director of CCG (Scotland), said: “CCG is delighted to continue our established partnership with Clyde Valley Housing Association.

“Using our state of the art offsite manufacturing facility we were able to build the homes quickly, with minimal waste and to a factory quality standard supporting the sustainability objectives of our client.”

The company also said it was developing skills in the construction sector with apprentices representing 10 per cent of its 600-strong workforce.

CVHA chair Campbell Boyd added: “Clyde Valley Housing Association’s continuing aim as a social housing provider is to provide much-needed, affordable homes to the local community.

“Through our partnership with CCG we are able to deliver this successfully and cost-effectively. Our tenants are assured of quality, energy efficient properties providing comfortable living. The Association benefits by increasing its housing stock with sustainable properties that are built to the latest standards and regulations. It is a win/win arrangement for all parties.”

CVHA manages over 3,200 homes, making it Lanarkshire’s leading housing association and one of the largest in the west of Scotland.

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