CCG Homes is set to embark on its next major housing development with the delivery of 100 properties as part of major regeneration in Cambuslang.
Parent company CCG (Scotland) Ltd has been appointed as preferred bidder by South Lanarkshire Council and hub South West, the public-private partnership of local authorities in Lanarkshire, Ayrshire and Dumfries and Galloway, to build 300 new homes as part of Cambuslang’s East Whitlawburn Regeneration Project.
The £42m housing-led regeneration project, to comprise 200 new social homes and 100 private homes for sale, is expected to get underway in late summer 2019, with the first delivery of new homes planned for March 2021.
In addition to the construction of the development, CCG will undertake also a series of community benefit initiatives for the duration of the contract programme which will include the provision of jobs, apprenticeships and training opportunities for the local community, as well as providing curriculum support and work placements for local schools and higher education institutions. An additional £50,000 will also be invested toward an ‘East Whitlawburn Community Endowment Fund’.
CCG Homes Director, Calum Murray, said:
“This is a major milestone for CCG and CCG Homes with East Whitlawburn being the first confirmed development since the launch of Riverford Gardens in 2018. We are delighted to return to our hometown and we will ensure that future purchasers will enjoy all the benefits our development and construction expertise with an assurance of quality and environmental efficiency as well as a range house types to suit a variety of demographics.”
Information on the development will be available in 2019 however, anyone who wishes to register their interest can do so by contacting CCG Homes Sales Manager, Gillian Roberts via< back