Dundashill

Introduction

Dundashill is a 600-home masterplan that will be delivered over a number of years. The proposed homes from Bigg Regeneration – a mix of three- and four-bedroom townhouses – will be the first offered for sale on the site and will provide an opportunity for contemporary urban living at Port Dundas, a place becoming known as a creative and urban sports destination, on Glasgow’s canal.

With a choice of designs from Glasgow-based practices Stallan Brand and Ann Nisbet Studio, the homes will offer high-quality, crafted architecture that celebrates the rigour and rhythm of some of Glasgow’s best loved streets.

Stallan Brand proposes fully open-plan townhouses that offer residents flexibility in how to use the space. Ann Nisbet Studio’s homes are a modern interpretation of an industrial space, with the roof forms and brick piers echoing the rich heritage of Port Dundas and include a dedicated home-working space provided on the top floor.

Sustainability

Gold

The development is aiming to achieve Glasgow City Council's Gold Hybrid standard for energy perofrmance and sustainability. The project is also required to achieve a 20% carbon emissions abatement using Low and Zero Carbon Generating Technologies (LZCGT).

Remit

Carbon Futures have been appointed to develop a cost-effective and practical energy and sustainability strategy for the development. This will involve in-depth discussion with the key stakeholders in order to determine the most practical energy strategy for the development.

Additional services provided by Carbon Futures include Operational Energy Analysis, Daylight and Sunlight Modelling, Overheating Analysis, Thermal Bridging Analysis, Approved Certifier of Design (Energy) and Building Regulation Compliance.

Design Team

Ann Nisbet Studio
Architect
Ann Nisbet Studio
igloo Regeneration
Client
igloo Regeneration
CCG (Scotland) Ltd
Contractor
CCG (Scotland) Ltd
Stallan-Brand
Architect
Stallan-Brand
Glasgow City Council
Local Authority
Glasgow City Council