In September 2011, the Glasgow TRA partners commissioned a team lead by Barton Wilmore to design a regeneration delivery framework for North Toryglen. This aimed to regenerate a twenty four hectare site characterised by unpopular housing and vacant land.
The proposed plan details the renovation of 50 houses to the northeast of Prospecthill Circus and provision for the development of 400 new mixed tenure homes for sale and rent through the private sector development partner Cruden Holdings (West) Ltd. A new 120 bed care home was constructed by City Building and opened in October 2015.
Phase one, the construction of 100 homes for rent, commenced on site in February 2014 and completed in January 2016. This enabled Orchard Grove local Housing Organisation to rehouse their tenants who were being displaced due to demolition. The demolition and clearance of all the former multi storey and deck access blocks associated with Prospecthill Circus as it was will be complete in early 2017.
Phase two comprises of 55 homes for sale is on site in 2015 and was successfully marketed under the name 'King's View' by Cruden.
A second phase of 49 houses for sale is currently on site.