Houses for Private Ownership
The initial development of private houses is by the lead developer, Bett Homes (part of the Gladedale Group). For information on the properties for sale by Bett Homes. Other house builders will be involved in the project as the development proceeds.
Architects' drawing of the first new private housing in Oatlands at Ritz Place
The private dwellings already completed include:
- 44 flats in four- and six-storey blocks at Ritz Place (above) overlooking the main site entrance;
- 51 flats in six-storey riverside blocks at Haughview Terrace;
- 20 three-storey townhouses in Provost Way, Dolphington Avenue and Midhope Drive;
- 60 flats (including penthouse flat) in tenemental-style blocks at Richmond Park Gardens and Oatlands Square;
- 36 two-storey terraced houses in Fauldhouse way and Newliston Drive;
- 32 flats in the four-storey tenemental block along the north side of Oatlands Square;
- 18 two-storey, 2, 3 and 4 bedroom, terraced houses on the east side of Logan Gardens.
Potential buyers will be attracted not only by the overall quality and planning of the development, but by the proximity of such spacious family houses to the City Centre
Total completed as at June 2014- 302 dwellings.
Private dwellings under construction in Oatlands are:
- 58 flats in six-storey blocks to the north-west of Oatlands Square;
- 56 flats to the south-west of Oatlands Square;
- 28 flats to the west of St Margaret's Church;
- 40 houses to the north of St Margaret's Church.
Total under construction as at June 2014 -182
Planning permission has been applied for for an additional four hundred units comprising of flats, terraced, detached and semi-detached houses moving eastwards towards Shawfied Drive.
Drawing of new riverside housing in Haughview Terrace, now completed
The picture above shows some of the six-storey flats on the banks of the River Clyde, with views across to Fleshers Haugh (the southern part of Glasgow Green). The carefully considered modern design, in accordance with the Council's design brief, uses the same palette of building materials as on the rest of the Oatlands site.