A new planning application has been filed for the proposed City Wharf development at Anderston Quay in Glasgow. The application was made to Glasgow City Council by DANDARA Living, UK’s leading residential Build to Rent developer.
The application includes an alteration to the prior planning permission to deliver energy-efficient apartments at the project’s site which overlooks the Kingston Bridge. The City Wharf development at Anderston Quay was designed by Manson.
Features and amenities
Reportedly, the development features nearly 500 rental one, two, and three-bedroom homes, as well as 490 student apartments. The building’s ground and ground floors will feature a cycle hub, a sizable open-concept gym, and a residents’ lounge. It will also have co-working spaces with views of the River Clyde.
The City Wharf development at Anderston Quay will also have a new urban park for use by locals and residents. Additionally, residents will have access to brand-new private courtyard spaces and recreational areas with extensive planting and landscaping throughout.
Remarks on the City Wharf development at Anderston Quay
“We believe our new application offers a terrific opportunity to create a development that reflects its distinctive and highly visible location. This is following a number of public consultations,” said Rachel Allwood, planning director for Dandara Living.
“The project also contributes to the local government’s goal of doubling the population of the city center by 2035. Furthermore, it provides desperately needed purpose-built student housing, making the area more vibrant and sustainable.
Dandara Living is an award-winning developer with a focus on creating and managing Build to Rent apartment buildings. It has a 98% satisfaction rating on Homeviews for its developments as independently rated by residents.