Cruden Building to deliver £11.5m affordable housing project in Maryhill
Maryhill Housing has appointed Cruden Building to deliver a multi-million-pound affordable housing development in Glasgow.
Due to start formally next month, the £11.5 million development will be built on vacant land at the corner of Maryhill Road and Cowal Road on the approach to Kelvindale.
The site is one of eight Transformational Regeneration Areas (TRAs) in the Glasgow area and will see 62 new one and two bedroomed apartments being built for social rental, mid-market rental and shared equity. The new development will also feature communal landscaped areas and parking.
Allan Callaghan, managing director of Cruden Building, said: “We are delighted to work with Maryhill Housing Association to create this exciting development and bring energy efficient, quality and affordable new homes to the area. As with all of our developments, we will give back to the local area by providing a range of community benefits, including valuable jobs and training opportunities.”
Bryony Willett, chief executive of Maryhill Housing, said: “We look forward to working with Cruden Building to deliver quality, affordable housing together with a range of community benefits.
“We know what people living in our communities want and we look forward to creating much-needed new affordable housing that will contribute to this distinctive urban community for generations to come.”