GLASWEGIANS are being invited to visit a £250m regeneration project in the North of the city. 

The NorthBridge development, located a mile from the city centre, is one of the largest development schemes of its kind in the UK, comprising of over 800 energy-efficient homes once completed. 

The site will be connected to the city centre via the garden bridge walkway which was installed across the M8 motorway earlier this month. 

It will feature a range of two, three, four, and five-bedroom homes as well as one/two-bedroom apartments. 

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National housebuilder Keepmoat Homes said all properties at the Northbridge development have a dedicated home-working space and are equipped with Solar PV Panels for energy efficiency.

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The site also features a mural in its sales centre created by Scotland-based Spectrum Arts, celebrating key attractions and landscapes across Glasgow. 

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Derek Wilson, Regional Director at Keepmoat Homes Scotland, said: "We are beyond proud to finally be able to open our NorthBridge development to the public and allow them to explore our stunning new sales centre, showhome and show apartment to get a feel of what life living at NorthBridge will be like."

He added: "Our plans were to transform the area North of Glasgow into an inclusive community, and we’ve already received great interest from potential homebuyers and have already welcomed our first homebuyers into their new homes. 

"Following the launch of our two showhomes, we have sold out of available plots in those housetypes, but we will be releasing more to keep up with demand in the near future. 

"Alongside the properties, the NorthBridge development will feature cherry blossom-lined promenades, pedestrian walkways, cycle paths and a bike store, along with shops, a nursery and a primary school community campus, all connected to the city via the iconic footbridge. 

“We expect the development to be hugely popular with those who are looking for the best of both worlds when it comes to city centre and urban living.” 

As part of long-term commitments to benefit the surrounding community, Keepmoat Homes has partnered with Morgan Sindall, Glasgow Kelvin College, Tigers Training and Sibbald Training to create 'Build North Glasgow'.

'Build North Glasgow' is a consortium, offering training to 180 participants, including 90 ex-military staff to kick-start their career in construction.

The programme has received £1.2m in funding from CITB in order to deliver the scheme. 

Find out more about the project HERE