THE plans to build 700 homes at Lancefield Quay should be submitted to Glasgow City Council this spring.

Local people are being invited to view and feedback on the proposals which seek to create a “vibrant community”.

An ambitious masterplan to regenerate the four-acre site which has lain vacant since 2007 has been proposed under the joint venture, GDRI Europe.

The plans include: 400 build to rent homes, 300 private homes for sale, landscaped public and green spaces, private car parking spaces, including electric charging points and cycle parking.

The digital consultation will allow people to chat directly with the project team via the project website or on the phone. It will take place on February 4, between 3-7pm on or by phoning 0800 987 5990.

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The joint venture is between Osborne+Co and MRP - the property development and investment division of construction company McAleer & Rushe. 

Will Hean, of Osborne+Co, said: “Our vision for Lancefield Quay is to deliver a sustainable community with an emphasis on high quality housing that is coupled with well planned, inclusive spaces.

“Our proposals are at an early stage but we have developed them with a focus on regeneration and providing important housing. We are very much looking forward to showing local people how we feel we can enhance the area and to capturing their views.

“Osborne+Co has already demonstrated its commitment to Glasgow, through our development on Argyle Street and our Met Tower project which recently achieved planning consent."