New Build Development, East King Street, Helensburgh
Dunbritton’s recent housing development in East King Street, Helensburgh was formally opened on 26th June by Councillor Gary Mulvaney and local lollipop lady Effie Walker. The development is a mix of 24 one and two bedroomed flats and was named Walker Court after a local school competition where pupils decided to call the development after their long serving lollipop lady Effie.
Picture below are Sephton MacQuire, Chairperson of Dunbritton HA, Councillor Gary Mulvaney and local lollipop lady Effie Walker
Dunbritton HA would like to thank Persimmon Homes for building the flats and the funding organisations CAF Bank, the Scottish Government and Argyll & Bute Council’s Strategic Housing Fund which enabled the development to go ahead: The total Cost of the development (including fees and associated costs) is: £2,974,352. [£1,429,584 of this is from the Scottish Government; £1,016,768.00 from the Council’s Strategic Housing Fund and £528,000 private finance from CAF Bank.]
When the funding approval was given, this was the first loan made to a housing association in Scotland by CAF Bank and we are grateful to them for their support. Also, once again we are pleased and grateful for the grant funding from Argyll & Bute Council and Scottish Government without which this this project would not have gone ahead.
Walker Place, East King Street, Helensburgh
Suzannah Street, Alexandria – Dunbritton HA has now completed a small development in partnership with Caledonia HA who are building a range of properties in central Alexandria. The overall project is still on-going however the 6 Dunbritton flats are now complete. The properties have been designed by Cooper Cromer and were built by Robertson Contractors.
Pictured below is Alistair Tuach Vice Chair of Dunbritton, The Minister for Local Government and HousingKevin Stewart MSP and Margaret McCallion Chair of Cordale management Committee
Dumbarton Harbour, Dumbarton
Dunbritton HA is delighted to announce a new project at Dumbarton Harbour in conjunction with Cullross Ltd. The project is the biggest new development ever undertaken by the Association and over 2 phases will create 150 homes and a new office for the Association. The project was submitted for planning on 27th September and all going well is expected to be on site in June 2017 with a contract period of 18-24 months.
The Association is keen to incorporate historical links to the Heritage of the site
Artists impression of Dumbarton Harbour from the riverside
Succoth, Arrochar is a development of 26 houses and flats and is expected to be on site in January 2017 with a completion date of March 2018. The properties have been designed by CP Architects and will be built by CCG Scotland Ltd. The designs incorporate a new closed panel system which reduces the on-site construction time, although infrastructure works including work to the access road in to Succoth means the overall contract duration is extended.