Sanctuary’s regeneration of the Anderston area of Glasgow has been named Homes for Scotland’s affordable housing development of the year.
The £60 million project received the honour last Friday at an awards ceremony in Edinburgh.
Over a 10 year period Sanctuary Scotland worked with its partners to transform Anderston with 540 new homes, new public realm space and the restoration of the area’s original street plan.
The full project was built by CCG and designed by three different architects – Collective Architecture, Cooper Cromar and MAST.
Peter Martin, Sanctuary’s Group Director – Development, said: “We’re thrilled our regeneration of Anderston has been recognised with a Homes for Scotland award.
“We look forward to building on the project’s success with the redevelopment of the former Victoria Infirmary in the city’s south side.”