Port Dundas Vision

  • Port DundasA concept diagram illustrating both established and potential use zones and key connections
    Concept planConcept masterplan scheme for the closed distillery site
    'On the Edge"On the Edge” concept - the site lies just at the northern edge of Glasgow’s City Centre district
    The futurePort Dundas: a future vision

    The future of Port Dundas presents a tremendous opportunity for the City of Glasgow. The place has the potential to create a new city quarter, attracting people and investment to the area.

    The closure of the Port Dundas distillery presents a unique opportunity to respond to the loss by transforming and revitalising one of the original hill towns of Glasgow.

    The distillery, owned by Diageo, closed in 2010 with the loss of 200 jobs.

    Aspirations for this distinct quarter of the city should now set the highest ambitions for a truly sustainable development, in terms of environmental, social and economic factors.

    Categories: Investment Opportunity, Housing

    Port Dundas has the potential to create a new city quarter creating new opportunities and supporting existing communities and businesses.

    Already on the canal a £6.2 million project has seen the creation of 300 metres of new canal, a mooring basin and two lock structures between Speirs Wharf and Pinkston Basin in Port Dundas

    New Canal Basin

    New Canal Basin

    As a result of the £6.2 million works boat can now travel past Speirs Wharf for the first time in 40 years!

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