September 20, 2021

Absolutely empty land from Glasgow’s Clyde River for ‘big development’

A “major” residential development could be developed along the Clyde River.

In Ukraine, vacant Brownfield land near Buldale Street has been set aside for new homes, car parking and landscaping.

The developers have applied in Glasgow City. Council To allow on-site planning in principle. No further details were provided but, if successful, JR Construction Scotland Limited will offer complete proposals, including the number of properties and designs, as part of the bidding for the planning permit.

Glasgow Times: The Bildell Street site is currently empty. The Bildell Street site is currently empty.

The large, former industrial site was the subject of a pre-planning application consultation last year.

According to documents provided by Mast Architects, only one response was received.

Opposing the proposal, locals cited a “lack of farms built to strengthen the streets of Uker Ferry Road and Baldwell Street.” The individual also argued that Bildell Street should be maintained as a walkway toward the Clyde River “in the name of good urban design.”

Read more: Hundreds of homes will be built on the former Rochelle Hospital site in Glasgow.

He added that the current plans were “ineffective” and accused the firm of “showing real contempt for the public at large”.

However, the developers believe they can address these concerns and say: “Applicants actively solicited and responded to community feedback and the team is confident that a fruitful development will take place during the consultation process. Will solve the problems raised.

The applicants have accepted the comments received during the pre-application consultation process and have positively impacted the development, in order to come up with a strong proposal that addresses the issues and opportunities in the area.

A decision is expected later this year. Visit the council to see the full application. planning Use website and reference 21/02535 / ppp.

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