Proud History to Modern Regeneration - Strathclyde Homes Provides 'The Link'

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Proud History to Modern Regeneration - Strathclyde Homes Provides 'The Link'


With the continuing success of Clyde Riverfront, Strathclyde Homes is delighted to be bringing more properties to the area with 105 new homes at The Link, Clydebank. Comprising two bedroom apartments, semi detached and terraced homes, and four bedroom townhouses, The Link is ideally located to take advantage of the superb transportation links to Glasgow city and the excellent local shopping.

Clydebank is a thriving town and lives up to its motto 'By Work and by Knowledge'. Formally know as Barns o' Clyde the name was changed to Clydebank, the name of the shipyard, in 1892. The shipyards of Clydebank were to go on to build and launch Queen Mary, Queen Elizabeth and QE2.

The Link can't claim to be as grand as those magnificent ships, but can claim to have the same innovation, high quality workmanship and state of the art design. Strathclyde Homes is an award winning developer and is determined to offer desirable properties of which the people of Clydebank can be proud.

The River Clyde is known for its history of world class shipbuilding and with that type of reputation new development projects have a responsibility to live up to that proud heritage.

Neil Gaffney, sales and marketing director with Strathclyde Homes says:

"Clyde waterfront regeneration is a dynamic initiative of which we are delighted to be able to contribute too.

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