Maryhill Locks

A contemporary urban village

  • Maryhill Locks logo
  • New housing in Maryhill
  • New housing in Maryhill
  • Maryhill Locks logo
  • New housing in Maryhill
  • New housing in Maryhill
  • The vision for Maryhill Locks
    Contemporary urban village
    Plan for Maryhill Locks
    Maryhill Locks logo
    Phase 1 completed housing at Maryhill Locks
    New homes at Maryhill Locks

    Maryhill Locks is well on its way to becoming a contemporary urban village, integrated with the surrounding neighbourhood, and supported by local amenities

    A new community neighbourhood of around 800 new homes is taking shape at Maryhill Locks - not just another new housing development, but shops, cafes, businesses and community facilities are all part of this canal-side village within the city of Glasgow.

    • Phase 1: 35 homes were completed in 2010, for Maryhill Housing Association
    • Phase 2: 125 homes are currently under construction, for Maryhill Housing Association
    • Our first phase of 'for sale' housing is at the design stage and will be on site in 2012.
    Categories: Completed Project, Project in Progress, Housing

    There's a real mix of housing in this new development, from apartments through to family houses. The street pattern is designed to promote safety and of course, there is the great canal setting - the whole project is a great leap forward for the renewal of Maryhill.

    This project was one of only eleven to be awarded 'Scottish Sustainable Community' status by the Scottish Government, an initiative aimed at "... creating places which are ambitious and inspiring, and which raise standards in design, architecture and sustainable construction ...".

    Big Man Festival

    Big Man Festival

    The day which takes place at Maryhill Locks is a celebration of Glasgow, it's canal and it's people...

    Maryhill Burgh Halls

    Maryhill Burgh Halls

    Find out about the £9 million efforts to restore Maryhill Burgh Halls to its former glory...

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