Priory Bridge Landscaping is proud to have been a part of the development of these stunning two, three and four-bedroom private terrace homes that are inspired by European townhouses, classic West End terraces and the Glaswegian tradition of craftsmanship.
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Maryhill Locks is the child of Bigg Regeneration. Bigg Regeneration is a partnership between Scottish Canals and Igloo. This specific project is part of the wider Maryhill Locks master plan which aims to bring well designed, tenure-mixed housing to a brownfield, waterside site that nestles between the Glasgow canal and the River Kelvin.
The main contractor behind the Maryhill Locks was CCG who built this project and designed it in partnership with the renowned Nord Architecture. Priory Bridge Landscaping worked with CCG and Nord Architecture to make sure this project was delivered on time and on contract.
Nord Architecture’s inspiration lay in European townhouses, classic West End terraces and the Glaswegian tradition of craftsmanship.
The overall end result of this project is beautiful houses around the River Kelvin and nearby canal that inhabitants will enjoy for years to come. These homes won an award for Starter Home of the Year at the Scottish Home Awards in 2017 making them a perfect fit for young people searching for their first home.
On top of the Scottish Home Award for Starter Home of the Year, the Maryhill Locks masterplan has also been awarded Scottish Sustainable Communities Initiative status by the Scottish Government and is shortlisted for the RICS (Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors) residential awards.
The Maryhill Locks homes are built using closed panel timber systems. Closed panel timber systems are built in a controlled environment, allowing stricter standers for thermal insulation and airtightness. All homes have an EPC ‘B’ Rating.