About Glasgow

Glasgow is Scotland’s largest city, and much of its success lies in its strong history as a centre of industry. Glasgow saw incredible growth during the Industrial Revolution, blooming into a global shipbuilding powerhouse and a world-leading centre for chemicals, textiles and engineering.

Today the wider metropolitan area is home to over 1.8 million people – over 33% of the total population of Scotland. Glasgow has the third highest GDP per capita of any city in the UK and boasts a diverse range of industries, including the financial and business sectors.

Glasgow is an exciting city that has firmly found its place in the modern world. With all manner of new investments and emerging businesses – not to mention a whole host of places to see and things to do – you’re sure to find a wonderful place to call home here. Our new builds are in high demand, so why not take a look our portfolio of new homes in Glasgow?

Keepmoat Homes in Scotland

Abbotsway, Paisley

Abbotsway, Paisley

Inchinnan Road, Paisley, , PA3 2RA

2-4 bedroom homes

Prices from £199,000

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Baxterfield, Hill of Beath

Baxterfield, Hill of Beath

Torbeith Gardens, Hill of Beath, Fife, KY4 8DX

2-4 bedroom homes

Prices from £157,500

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Broomview, Edinburgh

Broomview, Edinburgh

Broomhouse Road, Edinburgh, , EH11 3TP

1-5 bedroom homes

Prices from £153,000

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Things to do

Glasgow is a city with so much to offer. From the drama of the Old Firm football derbies between Rangers and Celtic to the sophisticated delights of the arts and culture worlds, you’re sure to find what makes you happy.

The Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Riverside Museum are two of the most popular tourist destinations, with the latter celebrating the city’s extensive maritime history. For a spot of nature, there’s the Strathclyde Country Park or the picturesque Botanic Gardens, along with over 90 public parks and gardens. For music fans, Glasgow has a variety of venues of all sizes, along with a rich history of pop and rock bands hailing from the city, earning it a UNESCO City of Music honour. There’s also a number of fantastic theatres and several arts festivals that run across the year, including the Glasgow International Comedy Festival.


As you’d expect from a city of its size, Glasgow has an impressive transport network, including a rail system second only to London. This includes the incredibly convenient Glasgow Subway and the equally useful West Coast Mainline, which runs all the way down to London. Glasgow Airport and Glasgow Prestwick Airport both offer international travel.


Founded in 1451, the University of Glasgow is the fourth oldest university in the English-speaking world. The city is home to a wealth of higher education institutions, with four universities close to the city centre, meaning there’s a sizeable student population in this education hotbed. You’ll also find many quality primary and secondary schools in the city, making a fantastic education achievable whatever your children’s age.

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Miss Gillian Barr, Cooperfield, Hamilton

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