The Kennishead Avenue scheme in Kennishead, near Castlemilk in the south side of Glasgow, has 5 tower blocks built in 1965 as part of the Kennishead housing project. The estate contains 660 flats in the 23 storey buildings designed by A.G. Jury. They are similar in design to other tower blocks in Drumchapel and Dalmarnock, although they have white roofing that was added in an effort to reduce damp.

In 2011, a consultation process was begun with residents to discuss the removal of two of the blocks (30 & 40).

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