The plans will see a derelict site in the heart of Glasgow transformed into a new residential neighbourhood which will be managed by Get Living.
The plans were approved by Glasgow City Council which will enable the investment partnership to invest £200m to build 727 new build-to-rent homes on the 7.5-acre site.
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“We welcome the decision by Glasgow City Council to grant consent for our neighbourhood and believe it will bring much needed, in-demand, high-quality homes for rent to the heart of the city,” said Rick de Blaby, executive chairman at Get Living.
“With a wealth of commercial developments in the city centre and on the waterfront of the river Clyde, it is an exciting time for Glasgow and it is fantastic to be able to say we are now a part of its ongoing revitalisation."