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Architect needed for Glengormley social housing

Northern Ireland
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Clanmill Housing Association is on the hunt for an architect for a 1.9 hectare social housing scheme on Carnmoney Road in Glengormley near Belfast

The project will create 56 residential units on the site of a former Tesco store and associated retail units.

According to the contract notice: ‘The existing building occupies much of the site with the balance of the land comprised of a parking court to the east, a service yard to the north and an additional hardstanding area to the west.

‘The surrounding area is primarily residential in character and comprised mainly of 2 storey semi-detached dwellings to the north, west and east.

‘Glengormley Community Services Centre and Glengormley Library is immediately adjacent to the south of the site with Glengormley Park beyond.’

The chosen architect-led design team will receive an estimated £220,000 contact to develop the scheme which is expected to meet Lifetime Homes and Secured by Design standards.

Located around 10 kilometres north of Belfast, Glengormley has around 2,413 residents and is popular with commuters.

The deadline for requests to participate is 12noon on 3 March.

How to apply

View the contract notice for more information

Contact details

Logan Kevin
Clanmil Developments
Clanmil Housing
3 Waring Street
Belfast
BT1 2DX

Tel: +49 90876000
Email: procurement@clanmil.org.uk

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