New homes site is ahead of schedule
Remember, remember the fifth of November .... or you might miss out on Halfway’s fantastic fireworks display.
The event will take place at North Halfway Community Hall on Thursday, November 5.
Last year’s event proved a real hit and organisers are now hoping to build on that success this year.
Over 600 people attended and the night raised £700 for the 217th Gilbertfield Boys’ Brigade, Particip8 Overton and Flemington- Hallside Parish Church.
No tickets are needed, with organisers asking only for a donation per person on the night. The hall opens at 6.30pm with the display at 7.30pm. Margaret Ferrier MP will hold the following surgeries this week.
Friday, October 30: 9am – Constituency Office, CTEC Building, Cambuslang.
Saturday, October 31: 9:30am – Rutherglen Library, 11am - Halfway Library. Phase two of Cruden Homes’ King’s View development in Toryglen is coming on stream six months earlier than planned.
The launch will take place on Saturday, October 31 and Sunday, November 1.
The second sales phase will see the release of the remaining 28 new and affordable homes to meet the demands of Glasgow’s buoyant housing market.
The launch will take place from 12pm to 4pm over both days, with an independent financial adviser on hand to provide impartial advice to potential buyers.
The King ’ s Vi e w development is situated next to Asda Toryglen, close to Hampden Park and only two miles from Glasgow city centre.
Liz Mallon, Sales and Marketing Manager for Cruden Homes, said: “Kings View has received an incredible reception and even before work began on the development, we had hundreds of people registering their interest online.”
Potential buyers for the second phase of this development should register their interest on the website – www. crudenkingsview.co.uk to receive priority options to buy at King’s View, together with VIP access to the latest information about this new development.