The Shawfield development for the Clyde Gateway Urban Regeneration Company will provide 1,200,000 sq ft of flexible business space on the banks of the River Clyde in Glasgow and is seen as a nationally significant business district which will play a strong role in contributing to growth in Scotland's economy. This will build on the significant level of investment which has already been delivered in the east of the city in the lead up to the Commonwealth Games.
The vision for Shawfield will continue this positive momentum and create a high quality business environment which encapsulates Clyde Gateway’s design led approach to placemaking as the principle stimulus to cultivating quality development and transformational change. Development plots are set within a framework of public realm that is urban in character and green landscape that weaves it into its lush riverside setting.
The Mace led masterplan team also included Arup, Ironside Farrar and Sheppard Robson.