Dalmarnock housing development fly-through released
A fly-through has been released which showcases a development of 562 new homes next to the River Clyde by Link Group and Laurel Homes.
Formerly occupied by Dalmarnock Power Station, the 22-acre site lay vacant since 1980 until it was acquired by Link Group in 2015. Since then, the partners have delivered the Riverside Dalmarnock development.
The visualisation offers potential residents a glimpse of the housing options available, which include flats, houses and cottage flats, and the high-quality public realm that will be created.
Local people are being offered the chance to purchase one of the new homes 28 days before it is released to the open market. The priority purchase scheme is targeted at prospective purchasers, including existing Dalmarnock residents and immediate family members, tenants of housing associations/ local authorities, waiting list applicants for tenancies and transfers, key workers and first-time buyers.
Glasgow City Council has worked in partnership with Link Group to ensure that the development builds on the recent investment in Dalmarnock. The Riverside Dalmarnock development, which is situated adjacent to the neighbouring Commonwealth Games Village, meets key strategic priorities that are outlined in the council’s Local Housing Strategy including promoting regeneration and enabling investment in the delivery of energy efficient new build homes across all tenures.
The development is designed to be tenure neutral, with a mix of flats and houses for social rent, mid-market rent plus new supply shared equity (NSSE) will also be available. Information about the release of these homes will be given at a future date.