Buying From Us

Lochgilp Street is a development by Bigg Regeneration, a partnership between Scottish Canals and Places for People. Both partners have considerable experience of delivering award winning, well-designed, urban renewal projects, each sympathetically responding to the character of the specific place.

Construction of the homes is being delivered by CCG Scotland Limited, one of Scotland’s largest, privately owned construction and manufacturing companies. Recent projects have included being a member of the Commonwealth Games Village team; and construction partner for the Anderston Regeneration initiative. CCG also delivered the previous award winning Whitelaw Street development at Maryhill Locks for Bigg Regeneration.

The Consumer Code for Home Builders
“The Code” is an industry led scheme which gives protection and rights to purchasers of new homes, ensuring that new Home Buyers are treated fairly and are fully informed about their purchase before and after they sign the contract. For any further information on the Consumer Code visit

An NHBC Buildmark warranty will be provided with your new home. For the first two years, we will be responsible for putting right any issues caused by our failure to meet NHBC requirements. These exclude general wear and tear and maintenance issues. For a further 8 years, up-to a maximum of 10 years from the completion date of your home, NHBC provides insurance protection if there is damage to your home because we failed to build certain specified parts to NHBC requirements.


this marketing literature has been produced as a guide only. It does not form part of any contract. Computer generated images are indicative. Property dimensions are approximate and plans are not to scale. External and internal finishes, landscaping, materials and features may vary. Specification may be subject to change or alteration without prior consent. Please speak to your sales advisor for further details. Whitelaw Street forms part of the wider regeneration of Maryhill Locks and future phases are subject to commercial viability and the securing of satisfactory planning consent from the Local Planning Authority. We cannot guarantee that present views will remain.