New social housing completed on banks of Forth & Clyde Canal

Published in Scottish Housing News, 2/24/2016

Councillor Frank McAveety, leader of Glasgow City Council, joined tenants of a stylish new affordable housing development on the banks of the Forth and Clyde Canal as they celebrate the start of Queens Cross Housing Association’s 40th anniversary year.

A total of 108 homes have been built by the Association at Timber Basin, a historic site next to a nature reserve.

The new development sees 73 homes for social housing rent and 35 flats currently marketed for shared equity.

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