THE latest phase of a housing development in North Glasgow has been completed. 

Cruden Building, on behalf of Home Group Scotland, has finished work on phase six of the East Balornock development after the company was awarded £6.5million to create 35 affordable homes at the Broomton Road site. 

The new properties include a range of one and two-bedroom flats, two-bedroom bungalows and three and four-bedroom houses. 

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All homes have solar panels, high-performance insulation to the floors, walls and ceilings and double glazing throughout, and there is provision for future electric vehicle chargers if needed.

The communal areas have been landscaped with a variety of shrubs, heathers and trees and there is also a children's lay park, bicycle storage and drying areas. 

Steven Simpson, managing director of The Cruden Group, said: "We have now constructed four out of the six phases of this transformational housing development. 

"Delivering these new homes continues to build on our portfolio of new affordable and private housing developments across Central Scotland and enhances our strong working relationship with Home Group Scotland. 

"The end result is this fantastic development of high quality, energy-efficient and affordable homes and we are very much looking forward to working with Home Group on the next phase of regeneration of the vibrant and growing neighbourhood of East Balornock."

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Elaine Galbraith, senior development and delivery manager at Home Group Scotland, added: "We’re really pleased to have completed another phase of our East Balornock estate regeneration programme.

"It has required us to build and maintain strong working relationships with our partners and stakeholders.

"Every time we get to see our customers moving into their new homes, it makes us so proud of the work that we’re doing. We look forward to continuing our work with Cruden in the future."

Home Group Scotland and Cruden Building have been working with Glasgow City Council on the development which is part of a wider £50m landmark regeneration of the area that will create around 320 new homes overall.