The ‘Homes and Community’ Tab relates to the proposed residential development at Govan Graving Docks, Glasgow. We are keen to gain the views of the community and local stakeholders and we welcome any feedback you may have on the proposed development as we move towards submitting an application for planning permission late 2022. The applicant will be New City Vision Group Holdings Limited.
This website will be available between 9th June 2022 until late 2022 and we invite feedback on the proposals via the feedback form or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
We hosted our first in-person and online consultation events in late August 2022 where we gained constructive feedback on the proposed residential development along Clydebrae Street and Govan Road.
We continue to engage with Glasgow City Council and have taken the decision to postpone our second in-person and online consultation events (originally scheduled 6th and 11th October 2022) to await their feedback on our proposals. We will update this webpage with future event information in due course.
In the meantime, we continue to welcome your feedback on the proposals and look forward to hearing from you. Please submit any comments by 8th November 2022.
Having lain derelict for almost 40 years Govan Graving Docks is at the centre of ambitious plans to create a new, vibrant mixed-use neighbourhood.
The development is being led by New City Vision (NCV) working closely with a range of partners and enthused about creating a new economically robust neighbourhood which will contribute to the local and city-wide economy.
Our statutory public consultation is now underway in relation to the proposal for residential development. Further information on these plans can be found under the ‘Homes & Community’ tab.
View a video of the project (courtesy of STV) with NCV Chairman Harry O’Donnell speaking about the plans to transform the site and bring life back to the historic Docks area.
The new proposals encourage a bold and imaginative balance between creating new homes, preserving, repairing, and reopening the docks for historical ship repairing, while inviting other exciting and compatible uses.