People in the shadow of the steeple to get home upgrades

30th March 2021

A major programme of upgrades to residential properties close to one of Glasgow’s most famous church steeples is about to get under way.

Procast will install new windows, doors and fire breaks with an overcoating render to the homes in James Nisbet Street in Roystonhill, Glasgow.

The £750,000 project, which is due to get under way soon, also marks the beginning of a relationship with a new client – Spire View Housing Association.

Procast Director Frank McManus said: “This project is really exciting, as we have secured a new client delivering our core refurbishment services. This job strengthens our portfolio for working with housing associations in other areas.”

The Group are already working with Thenue Housing Association to refurbish nine empty properties at the corner of Green Street and London Road in Glasgow.

Spire View H.A. get their name from the former Townhead and Blochairn Parish Church whose impressive steeple and spire – which overlook much of the area – were preserved to form the focus of a community hub and outdoor space for Roystonhill.

 

 

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