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First Transformational Regeneration Area (TRA) project in Glasgow

Cooper Cromar have completed the first Transformation Regeneration Area (TRA) project for Glasgow Housing Association which forms part of a city-wide initiative to regenerate eight communities.

The £6.2m development at Gallowgate, in Glasgow’s East End, encompasses 62 houses and flats, ranging in size from two to four bedrooms, for existing tenants whose houses were earmarked for demolition.

Embracing the Scottish Government’s Designing Streets Policy, two large central amenity gardens form the heart of the layout. Parking is dealt with by means of communal parking courtyards and pedestrian links have been enhanced by the introduction of new routes from the centre of the development to the shops and public transport nodes on Gallowgate.

 

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