Stirling: Work begins on properties close by Wallace Monument – NewsEverything Scotland

WORK has began on a brand new growth adjoining to the River Forth and close by the landmark Wallace Monument in Stirling. 

Forth Housing Affiliation appointed Cruden Constructing East, a part of the Cruden Group, to ship the £3.7m challenge which is able to present 24 new reasonably priced and sustainable properties for the Cornton space of Stirling.

The event, which has been designed by ARM Architects, will comprise a mixture of energy-efficient two and three bed room semi-detached homes, two bed room terraced homes and one and two bed room cottage flats at Johnston Avenue, Stirling.

The event “has been rigorously designed and the entire properties have been elevated to mirror the gorgeous riverside location of the positioning”. It is because of be accomplished by late June 2022.

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Allan Callaghan, managing director of Cruden Constructing East, mentioned: “We’re delighted to proceed our robust working relationship with Forth Housing Affiliation as we start work on this thrilling new growth to carry all vital vitality environment friendly, prime quality, reasonably priced new properties to Johnston Avenue.

“As with all our developments, we’re totally dedicated to giving again to the native space by offering a wealth of neighborhood advantages, together with work placements, apprenticeship placements, and tender and coaching alternatives for native companies.”

Gordon Mason, chair, Forth Housing Affiliation, mentioned: “Development work has began on the second section of regeneration at Johnston Avenue and we’re assured that when accomplished, these additional 24 properties will assist to deal with the rising demand for top of the range sustainable properties that are reasonably priced for individuals within the native space.”

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