GHL – Glasgow Harbour Mixed-Use Redevelopment – UK - Project Profile
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Glasgow Harbour Ltd (GHL), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Clydeport, and part of the Peel Holdings transport and property group, is planning to undertake the construction of a mixed-Use redevelopment project in the UK.
The project involves the regeneration of the Glasgow Harbour located on the west end of Glasgow water front.
The project involves the construction of mixed-use facilities on 52.6ha of land.
It includes the construction of residential facilities, retail and leisure facilities, commercial district, a new riverside museum, 20ha of open public space, 3km of waterfront walkways and other related facilities.
Farrans Construction Ltd has been appointed as main contractor for the construction of roads and bridges.
It includes the construction of a new museum on a 22,400m2 area with 11,300m2 of gross floor area.
Zaha Hadid Architects has been appointed as architect, Buro Happold as structural engineer and acoustics consultant, Capita Symonds as cost consultants and project manager, BAM Construct as main contractor.
In the second quarter of 2009, foundational work was carried out and massive underground trenches created to house the services for the building.
In 2010, the cladding of the building was put in place and fitting out continued with the landscaping work.
The building work was completed in the third quarter of 2010 and the museum was opened on June 21, 2011.
Leisure and Retail Development:
It includes the construction of retail space, office space, a cinema and casino, bars and restaurants, a 200-room hotel, residential floor space together with public and open space, associated access, servicing, infrastructure facilities, parking facility and landscaping.
Planning in principle was granted in November 2009.
It includes the construction of office space, leisure space, commercial space, educational space, bars and restaurants, hotel and residential floor space together with public open space, associated access, servicing, infrastructure facilities, parking facility and landscaping.
Planning in principle was granted by Glasgow City Council in November 2009 and enabling work has been completed.
The residential development is being carried out in two phases. The first phase was completed in 2007.
It involved the construction of 650 apartments, duplexes and penthouses, secure basement parking, landscape areas, and other related facilities.
Bryant Homes, CALA City, and Park Lane were appointed as developers for the first phase.
The second phase involves the construction of 819 apartments, five 16-22 story towers facing the River Clyde, with an eight-story liner block to the north, basement parking, ground floor commercial zone, and other related facilities.
This phase will be developed in three stages. The first stage involves the construction of 282 units, second stage involves 205 units. Both first and second stages were completed in 2009.
The third stage involves the construction of a residential complex comprising 12- and 16-story buildings comprising 339 apartments, two commercial units, a two-story underground parking facility.
Dandara Ltd has been appointed as developer for second phase.
Axis Mason Architecture has been appointed as architect for the third stage.
On August 6, 2014, Dandara held a public exhibition for the third stage of residential facility.
On November 7, 2014, Dandara submitted plans for the development of third stage.
The project involves the regeneration of the Glasgow Harbour located on the west end of Glasgow water front on the banks of the River Clyde, the UK.
The US$2,085 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of 650 apartments, duplexes and penthouses under first phase of residential facility
2. Construction of 819 apartments, five 16-22 story towers, an eight-story liner block under second phase of residential facility
3. Construction of two-story underground parking facility
4. Construction of secure basement parking
5. Construction of landscape areas
6. Construction of ground floor commercial zone
7. Construction of retail space
8. Construction of office space
9. Construction of a cinema and casino
10. Construction of bars and restaurants
11. Construction of a 200-room hotel
12. Construction of public and open space
13. Construction of educational space
14. Construction of associated access roads
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