An exhibition is taking place in part of Glasgow to highlight the regeneration of the Wyndford area. 

Wheatley Homes Glasgow has opened a showcase at Wyndford community hub displaying its plans for a £100million regeneration of a neighbourhood in the Maryhill area.

The exhibition is set to provide residents with an opportunity to learn more about the proposals and share their views on the future of their community.

The plans indicate that 386 new affordable homes will be built, with the majority allocated for social rent.

A brand-new, purpose-built community hub is also on the drawing board.

Part of the £100million project includes £13million already spent on improving existing homes, creating new green spaces, paths, and ensuring security within the community.

Frank McCafferty, Wheatley group director of assets and repairs, said: "This exhibition is an opportunity for the tenants, homeowners and others living and working in Wyndford to see first-hand the bold and ambitious community-led plans."

He added gratitude for the input of the community and highlighted that their views have shaped the regeneration plans so far.

He said: "This £100m regeneration, made possible thanks to the support of our partners at Glasgow City Council and the Scottish Government, will transform the area for generations to come," Mr McCafferty added, confirming that the exhibit is an additional platform for the community's voice.

The exhibition will run until July 2, and visitors can view plans, videos, and models of the planned homes, community facilities, and public spaces.