Moda Living is inviting residents, businesses and stakeholders to attend a public exhibition to present the emerging proposals for the regeneration of the former Strathclyde Police Headquarters at Pitt Street, now known as Holland Park.
The drop-in events, on Tuesday 7th March and Wednesday 8th March, will provide information about the development plans and give residents and businesses the chance to view and comment on the proposals.
Designed by local architects HAUS-Collective, the scheme will help regenerate an important part of the city via the provision of new high quality homes together with office and commercial uses supported by a comprehensive range of on-site fully managed residential amenities.
Lee Savage, Director of Development at Moda Living, said: “Our fantastic proposals for Holland Park represent an exciting opportunity to significantly enhance the environment of this key part of the city while meeting the City Council’s aspiration to create a vibrant residential community in the heart of the city centre. Once completed, a range of studio, one, two and three-bedroom apartments would be on offer, together with a mix of on-site amenities including a gym, meeting rooms and residents’ lounge.”
James Blakey, Director of Planning at Moda Living, said: “At the heart of the proposals is the creation of a publicly accessible square to provide links to a variety of adjoining hotel, leisure and commercial accommodation for both residents and visitors alike. The public exhibition provides an ideal opportunity to discuss these plans with those who live and work in the city.”
The Pitt Street offices, built in 1924, were previously home to Strathclyde Police, which was the country’s largest force from 1975 until the merger of the eight Scottish Police Forces in 2013.
Moda Living is creating the UKs leading rental brand and strives to create high quality environments and pioneers positive change to the UK rental landscape. Moda is synonymous with leading the way on major UK city centre regeneration projects including NOMA in the heart of Manchester and Quarry Hill a key site in the Cultural Quarter of Leeds City Centre.
The exhibitions will be held at the 200 St Vincent Street, Glasgow, G2 5RQ on 7th and 8th March 2017 from 3pm to 8pm.
Feedback forms will be available at the event for submission of comments and any questions or requests for further information should be sent to Gary Mappin on
firstname.lastname@example.org or 0141 406 9900.
We would be grateful if comments could reach the team by Wednesday 22 March 2017.
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