Dozens of new homes are set to be built near Glasgow as part of a huge investment.

Property developer Keepmoat has announced that they have invested more than £11.3million into the regeneration of former brownfield land at its The Castings development near Ravenscraig. 

In the first phase of the project, the developer delivered 111 new homes - which included multi-tenure properties in partnership with North Lanarkshire Council.

Now in phase two of the work, the housebuilder will create 59 two and three-bedroom homes, replacing a disused field.

During this phase of the project, the housebuilder has created additional new, environmentally friendly and sustainable homes to add to the 'vibrant community' in the area.

On top of that, the project has also created a raft of new jobs, training and apprenticeship opportunities, and a boost to the local economy.

Glasgow Times:

Tim Metcalfe, Regional Managing Director at Keepmoat, Scotland, said: “We’re thrilled to be continuing our regeneration work at The Castings after all properties available in the first phase were successfully sold.

“It’s extremely rewarding to hear positive feedback from residents and breathe new life into Ravenscraig.

"The development has created accessible linkages to the wider Ravenscraig area and a green open space with a play area for residents.”

The new homes at The Castings are set to be completed by 2025.

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