The Deputy First Minister yesterday switched on an innovative new District Heating Network in the east end of Glasgow. The system is part of a multi-million-pound investment by Clyde Gateway which is reducing energy costs and helping the transition to net zero.
A new ‘active greenspace’ has been officially opened in the east end of Glasgow by one hundred-year-old Bridgeton resident and former lollipop lady Alice Gallacher. The Old Dalmarnock Road Greenspace has transformed vacant land after a £1 million investment by Clyde Gateway, Scotla
The chief executive of Clyde Gateway, Scotland’s largest urban regeneration company, has retired from his role after almost 15 years at the top. Ian Manson’s people-oriented approach and passion for positive outcomes has led to real and lasting change for the communities of Clyde Gateway
A £3.16 million extension to Clyde Gateway’s largest parkland, Cuningar Loop Woodland Park, along with its new facilities, has been opened by Deputy First Minister, John Swinney MSP. The Cuningar Loop Woodland Park, which is managed by Forestry and Land Scotland, sits south of the Emirat
This new year will see the regeneration of the Dalmarnock area in Clyde Gateway flourish with hundreds of new homes under construction, the refurbishment of derelict industrial buildings, as well as the addition of a new bakery and supermarket. The projects make Dalmarnock one of the busiest constru
A cheaper and cleaner energy source will soon be supplied to businesses in Clyde Gateway, Scotland’s first Green Regeneration Innovation District (GRID), after the appointment of a contractor to oversee the construction of a low temperature energy network. Forth Electrical Services (FES), an e
A new £3.1m community park opened today in the east end of Glasgow, the fourth greenspace to be developed in recent years by Clyde Gateway. Tom Arthur MSP, minister for public finance, planning and community wealth, opened the new park by cutting a ribbon close to the park’s entrance. He
Both residents and businesses are benefiting from Clyde Gateway's recent investments in green spaces, says Ian Manson. For Clyde Gateway, Scotland’s most ambitious regeneration project, there has been an increased focus on creating new green spaces. Aside from the many environmental reasons br
Clyde Gateway chair Alison Thewliss discusses the company's ambition over the past decade to transform derelict and inaccessible sites into new green spaces - work inspired by the UN's Sustainable Development Goals. Glasgow is rightly known as the “dear green place” due to the
A new £3.5m woodland park in Toryglen, the latest development from Clyde Gateway, will be officially opened by Alison Thewliss MP at a special community event on Saturday (11 June).
Clyde Gateway is investing £1.67 million to breathe new life into the landmark Olympia House building in the heart of Bridgeton Cross, creating 350 sqm of modern and flexible commercial office space.
Project manager Hugh Moore highlights the progress being made in the Clyde Gateway area in developing a district heating and cooling grid - a renewable energy project with four other European participants. When I travel to Paris this week for the next meeting of the D2 Grids Steering Committee,
Keepmoat Homes has completed the purchase of land at French Street, Dalmarnock, which will see 48 new energy-efficient homes built over the coming months.
Work is underway to transform a site in the East End of Glasgow into a community park after a £1 million investment from Clyde Gateway.
The Topgolf facility in Rutherglen is moving a step closer to opening as its team gathered for an official topping out ceremony this week. Topgolf’s vice president of international, Steve Lane, was joined by representatives from South Lanarkshire Council, Clyde Gateway, Scottish Enterprise, Vi