Set to complete in 2023, Pollokshaws Living is aimed at first-time buyers and growing families. Previously home to high and low rise blocks, the development on the 5.47-acre site on Shawbridge Street will provide a mix of high-quality two, three, four and five-bedroom terraced homes and one and two-bedroom apartments. The first homes are set to be moved into in summer 2021.

Cllr Kenny McLean, Glasgow City Council’s City Convener for Neighbourhoods and Chair of Transforming Communities: Glasgow, said: “Urban Union has a great track record in the city, having delivered a fantastic development at Laurieston TRA, and this is another investment in building the kind of vibrant and sustainable neighbourhoods that are transforming our city.”

“As with our other developments, community engagement will be at the heart of our plans and we look forward to building relationships with the local community to ensure the homes we build are to the benefit of the people of Pollokshaws.”

Neil McKay, Managing Director at Urban Union

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