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Offsite manufacturing boosts townhouse development

CCG has completed a “stunning” new residential development for NOAH in Glasgow’s west end.

The project comprises six contemporary townhouses by Hoskins Architect, each of which has been designed to complement the surrounding Victorian architecture. The works included renovating the clubhouse at Partickhill Bowling Club and creating private landscaped gardens.

CCG said the six homes at Hillside Gardens Lane have been created over three levels and placed in a “tranquil lane and garden setting” in the heart of the west end’s Conservation Area.

The development was constructed using the firm’s Closed Panel timber frame system manufactured at CCG’s offsite facility in Cambuslang. The company said use of this system brought “huge efficiencies” and a faster construction time than that of a traditional build.

Calum Murray, director at CCG, said, “It is incredible to see this development in all its glory in the heart of the historic west end. The site that the townhouses were constructed upon was once overgrown with a lot of unsightly vegetation so to see this transformation, including the re-born clubhouse, is a proud moment for CCG.”

Paul Winocour, MD at NOAH added, “’We are extremely delighted with the finished development at Hillside Gardens Lane – the design, the quality of build and the fact that all the houses were sold off plan is another success story for our varied portfolio of work.”

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