Work has officially started on a new housing development in the east of Glasgow. Sanctuary Scotland is bringing 128 high quality homes for social and mid-market rent to Myreside Street in Carntyne. Delivered by developer AS Homes (Scotland), the properties are being built on a 2.48-hectare brownfiel
Planning permission is being sought for 128 houses and flats on a 2.5-hectare former ammunition factory in Carntyne. The proposal by AS Homes Scotland and S2 Architecture would see 90 houses, a mix of two, three and four-bedroom properties, on land on Myreside Street at Rigby Street.
A property developer is seeking permission to develop housing on a brownfield site containing a derelict garage in Bishopbriggs. Ross Donnelly has approached East Dunbartonshire Council seeking planning approval for four homes and an office at 1 St Mungo Street.