Glasgow City Council has granted outline planning permission for the landmark Lancefield Quay development on the city’s waterfront that will transform a four-acre brownfield site that has been vacant since 2007 into a build to rent (BTR) community.
A decision into proposals to create a new "vibrant community" of more than 700 homes at Lancefield Quay in Glasgow has been delayed due to a parking issue.
Plans to create a residential-led development that will transform a 15.5-acre factory site in Edinburgh with new homes, community amenities and access to a new transport hub have moved forward with the acquisition of the plot of land.
A planning application to transform Glasgow's Lancefield Quay into a 730-home waterside community has been submitted with build-to-rent specialist Moda Living lined up to develop and operate the site.
Proposals to create a new "vibrant community" of 700 homes at Lancefield Quay in Glasgow will be the subject of a public consultation next month.