Bigg Regeneration – a joint venture between Scottish Canals and PfP Capital, managed by igloo Regeneration – has submitted a planning application to Glasgow City Council for 79 new waterfront homes to be built on the former Diageo distillery at Dundashill.
The regeneration of canals and rivers in cities around the world can lead to a decrease in mortality rates in surrounding locations and reducing the gap between deprived and affluent communities, according to new research. In a global first, the study led by Glasgow Caledonian University in partners
Six Glasgow architecture practices have tabled innovative proposals to rethink the design of terraced housing. Bigg Regeneration, the joint venture between Scottish Canals and Places for People Capital, and Igloo Regeneration have revealed the resulting plans for a low-carbon, customisable, timber-p
Glasgow councillor Kenny McLean and Scottish Canals CEO Catherine Topley The widespread regeneration of North Glasgow is set to continue with a 600-strong housing development now underway on the former Diageo distillery site in Port Dundas.
The proposed homes for Phase 4, Maryhill Locks Developer Bigg Regeneration – a partnership between Scottish Canals and Places for People – has started work on the next phase of its 'Maryhill Locks' development in Glasgow.
Glasgow City Council has given approval to entering into a partnership agreement with Scottish Canals and Scottish Water to deliver the North Glasgow Integrated Water Management System (NGIWMS). This is an innovative system that will use the Forth and Clyde Canal and new technology to tackle the cap
The latest phase of the Maryhill Masterplan is now complete with the delivery of 40 new homes. Located on the banks of the River Kelvin and Forth and Clyde Canal, in an area previously known as ‘The Botany’, the Whitelaw Street properties range from two to four bedrooms in an area surrounded by
A new housing development is planned for a Glasgow brownfield site which has been lying derelict for years. According to the Evening Times, the scheme could include hundreds of individually designed homes and flats, shops, a pub, restaurant, a hotel, leisure uses and open space.