CCG (Scotland) Ltd has completed Phases 4 & 5 of the multi-award winning Anderston Regeneration Masterplan, a landmark housing project in Glasgow. Delivered on behalf of Sanctuary Scotland and supported by funding from the Scottish Government and Glasgow City Council, the new development revital
(from left) Group chief executive David Bennett, group chair Jonathan Lander and chief financial officer Craig Moule Sanctuary Group has announced David Bennett’s decision to retire as group chief executive at the end of the year.
Glasgow-based construction and manufacturing firm CCG (Scotland) Ltd is currently on site at a new housing development in Paisley town centre. The project at Wellmeadow Street is being delivered on behalf of Sanctuary Homes and consists of 39 homes including apartments and two-storey houses up to th
Cllr Susan Aitken, Peter Martin of Sanctuary and Cllr Angus Millar at the regenerated Anderston A masterplan to create hundreds of affordable homes in central Glasgow has been completed by housing provider Sanctuary.
Homebuyers seeking a slice of Glaswegian history are urged to join The Victoria’s exclusive VIP club when it goes live at the Ideal Home Show in Glasgow. Membership of the VIP club for the eye-catching development will be released at the SEC’s Ideal Home Show, which takes place from today until
Bailie Josephine Doherty (left) and Gillian Lavety from Sanctuary homes with, Matthew Lee, Daisy Luczaj, Thomas Rawson and Una Sinclair with their artwork at the site of the former Victoria infirmary in Glasgow Pupils in Glasgow have created works of art to mark the anniversary of the historic local
Sanctuary Homes has been given the go-ahead to redevelop the former Victoria Infirmary site in Glasgow. Glasgow City Council’s planning applications committee has granted planning permission to create 413 new flats, plus offices and retail units, on the site in the city’s Langside.
The City of Edinburgh Council is examining “ambitious plans” to revamp the public realm of the Scottish capital’s city centre in which over £3 billion worth of projects are currently underway, delegates at a planning event were told. Delivering the opening keynote at a Built Environment Netwo
Deputy Lord Provost Philip Braat and Sanctuary Scotland director Pat Cahill welcome the hippos with local pupils Ciara Crines, Titus Nyarko and Sophia Zai Three cloned ‘hippos’ saved from extinction have made a welcome return to Glasgow.
The names of the former St Mirren stars to have a street named in their honour in new housing on the site of the club's old Love Street ground have now been revealed. Renfrewshire Council ran the #SaintsStreets competition which gave supporters the chance to name five streets at the new affordable h
St Mirren fans are being encouraged to suggest names for five new streets being built on the site of the club’s former stadium. Renfrewshire Council has teamed up with Sanctuary Scotland and St Mirren FC to launch the competition #SaintsStreets.
Two brownfield sites in Cumbernauld will soon be reclaimed and regenerated into new affordable housing developments, providing new family homes and opportunities for local people as part of an £11.7 million investment from Sanctuary Homes.