Work has begun on the latest phase of the Maryhill Locks masterplan, designed by jmarchitects for Bigg Regeneration (Limited Partnership).

The project for thirty-three 3 and 4 bed terraced houses faces toward the Kelvin Walkway, with the development completing the urban block of Whitelaw Street and Lochgilp Street.

The regular terrace format re-establishes the street edge, whilst breaking the terrace into four separate buildings gives the appearance of a stepped building line, breaking up the monolithic quality of the block and ensuring that the building form is animated and interesting rather than solid. The overall appearance is intended to be sympathetic towards the green corridor created by the River Kelvin, and a simple and restrained palette of materials, predominantly brick, is intended to complement the character established by Phases 1 and 3 of the masterplan.

The project is set to complete in mid-2019.

Related News

Double Success for jmarchitects in 2017 RIAS Awards

Double Success for jmarchitects in 2017 RIAS Awards

Following the shortlisting of three of our projects in the 2017 RIAS Awards (Portobello High School, James Gillespie’s Campus and Holyrood North) We are very pleased to announce that jmarchitects have won two awards at this year’s RIAS ceremony.

Deputy First Minister opens Garnock Community Campus

Deputy First Minister opens Garnock Community Campus

The new £37m Garnock Community Campus, designed by jmarchitects and delivered by Kier Construction for North Ayrshire Council as part of the Hub South West programme, was officially opened on Monday at a ceremony led by Deputy First Minister and Cabinet Secretary for Education and Skills, John Swinney MSP.

Locations

Edinburgh

64 Queen Street
Edinburgh
EH2 4NA

0131 464 6100
edinburgh@jmarchitects.net

Glasgow

50 Bell Street
Glasgow
G1 1LQ

0141 333 3920
glasgow@jmarchitects.net

London

Second Floor
37 Alfred Place
London WC1E 7DP

0207 580 5330
london@jmarchitects.net

Manchester

3A, 54 Princess Street
Manchester
M1 6HS

0161 200 6300
manchester@jmarchitects.net