“The Association has had an excellent working relationship with McTaggart and we would have no hesitation in recommending them to another agency.”

Fiona Maguire
Development Manager
Govan Housing Association


Laurieston Phase 1B, Glasgow

This second phase of the project delivered 108 housing units – 39 for Mid Market Rent for New Gorbals Housing Association and 69 for private sale for Urban Union. This accommodation was delivered with a mix of 1 and 2 bed apartments and 2, 3 and 4 bed houses.


Kingsway, Scotstoun

This project involved the construction of 116 homes for GHA in a mix of 1 & 2 bed flats and 3 & 4 bed houses on a brownfield site. The development is made up of 102 flats and 14 houses with seven of the flats designed to the wheelchair standard. 

The development achieved a ‘Very Good’ rating under the BREEAM EcoHomes Scheme.


Auldhill Cottages, Linlithgow

This Design & Build project comprised of building 5 new wheelchair accessible bungalows for West Lothian Council. The development is situated on the vacant land at the end of Auldhill Cottages and the new build residential units are constructed within separate blocks of single storey construction, with associated parking and access roads.


Laurieston Living, Glasgow

A £22.1m project to deliver modern homes and create ‘a community for life’ in the heart of the city.

The Laurieston Regeneration development has won various prestigious awards including the Saltire Award, CIOB Award for Best Builder and was also given a Scottish Design Award for the Masterplanning & Affordable Housing categories. It has also claimed the titles of ‘City Regeneration Project of the Year’ at the Scottish Property Awards and the ‘Best Social Housing Development’ Award.


Whiterose Phase 2, Parkhead

This project comprises the construction of 85 housing units in a mix of 2 and 3 bed houses and flats for Parkhead Housing Association in the second phase of the Whiterose development.

Phase 1 of this development was completed by McTaggart Construction in July 2008 and delivered 81 housing units for Parkhead HA.


Shortroods, Paisley

This project will deliver 86 new housing units for Sanctuary Scotland Housing Association in Paisley. The properties ranged from one-bedroom cottage flats to three-bedroom family houses.

The development will include 56 homes for general needs and 30 homes for shared equity sale.


Mavor Avenue, East Kilbride

The development is located in the north of the town of East Kilbride within the Nerston Mains district lying to the east of Mavor Avenue, the south of Howard Court Industrial Estate and the west of Wilson Place.


The development, which has been shortlisted for The 2017 Herald Property Awards in the Affordable Housing Development of the Year category, comprises of 110 units consisting of 4-storey apartments, cottage flats and 2 storey houses.

Our site layout strategy adopted some of the key design principles outlined in Designing Streets policy and provides enhanced courtyards and streets, parking courtyards, open green amenity space and soft landscaping.

At key areas of the site, we have formed shared surface courtyard areas. We have positioned houses on each axis of the courtyard in order to create enclosed shared amenity spaces. Each courtyard is well overlooked / supervised and has been softened with planted landscaping.

SUDS (sustainable urban drainage system)

The SUDs scheme for the development is 2 stage attenuation.

  • 1st stage attenuation – The in curtilage parking bays are permeable and collect surface water from each individual plot. This is filtered to remove any silt etc from the collected water. Following the perimeter of the roads, are filter trenches. These collect/filter all surface water from the roads.
  • 2nd stage attenuation – Located in the north-eastern corner of the site is our SUDS pond. This is where all surface water for the development goes through the second stage attenuation prior to being discharged into the Lee’s Burn.

The SUDS pond is designed to have the capacity (in the event of a flood / storm) to hold all excess water from the development, so as not to flood and damage the existing Lee’s Burn.

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