The masterplan of this regeneration process was the development of 700 new homes, a 120 bedroom care home, and generous public open spaces within a site area of 32 hectares. At the forefront of the Dalmarnock Commonwealth Games Village was ultimately the future and legacy of the area. The project proved an unparalleled exercise in not only developing exemplar residential buildings but contributing to Glasgow’s East End image, paving the way for a post-industrial impoverished area to transform into an attractive environment to both live and locate new business.
From the outset, we promoted the Village as an exemplar of sustainable design, in turn the design was awarded 'Scotland’s most Sustainable Development 2014’.
Queen’s Award for Enterprise _ 2017 RIAS Award _ 2014 RIAS Award _ Best Sustainable Project 2014 RIBA Regeneration Award _ 2014 Saltire Society Award _ Large Scale Housing 2014 Homes for Scotland Awards 2014 - Best Home Design - Judges Merit Award - Best Green Initiative Scottish Design Awards 2014 - Best Regeneration Project - Affordable Housing Commendation - Best Residential Project Commendation - Place Making Commendation - Sustainable Design Commendation Andrew Doolan Award _ Best Building in Scotland (Commendation) 2014 Glasgow Herald Award _ Best Regeneration Project - Athletes’ Village 2014 Quality in Planning Award _ 2014 Glasgow Business Award _ Best Sustainable Development 2013