Clyde Gateway

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Work to transform a historical building in Dalmarnock into two contemporary office units got under way today. The latest phase at the former Purifier Shed sees Clyde Gateway invest £6 million to deliver the first two of a total of five commercial office and creative hubs at the newly branded E

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Urban regeneration organisation Clyde Gateway is preparing for a massive boost of activity as construction restarts across Glasgow’s East End regeneration area. The upsurge in housing and continued investment in business space and leisure facilities will see £150 million plus of investme

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Drum Property Group has once again scooped the ultimate accolade at this year’s Scottish Property Awards, winning the coveted Property Company of the Year award for the second year running. It is the fourth time in the last six years that Drum has won the awards’ major prize, making it t

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Economy secretary Derek Mackay has marked the start of work on a new building being delivered by Clyde Gateway in the heart of the East End of Glasgow which is set to become the headquarters of the Scottish Trades Union Congress (STUC). The STUC had undertaken an extensive search to find an office a

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Clyde Gateway has set up a new location advisory team to support businesses looking to find a home in the area.  (from left) Lisa Miller, Amy Wimpenny, Martin McKay, Clare Ferry and John Jackson 

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Clyde Gateway was recognised for its property excellence last night with a duo of wins at the Herald Property Awards.  The awards, which are now in their thirteenth year, celebrates excellence across the property industry in Scotland with this year seeing the highest number of entries ever reco

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Clyde Gateway’s executive director of regeneration, Martin McKay, has been announced as keynote speaker at the first in a series of The Big Conversation events hosted by BDP. The first of the events will be held on September 17 to mark the 50th anniversary of the BDP Glasgow studio and will lo

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Red Tree Magenta, a Grade A modern premises of 40,000 sq. ft., has been built at a cost of £9m and is the first building at Magenta, a new 27-acre urban business park situated in Shawfield, next to the River Clyde and M74 motorway network. Councillor John Ross, the leader of South La

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A sod cutting ceremony was held yesterday to mark the commencement of the £4 million design and build of two new office pavilions within Rutherglen Links Business Park. Jointly financed by a capital grant from the Scottish Government and Clyde Gateway, the offices will be delivered by Clark Co

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School pupils from the Clyde Gateway area are celebrating their graduation from a course designed to introduce them to the engineering industry. Eleven young people from Trinity High School, St Mungo’s Academy and Stonelaw High School have spent ten weeks been participating in the annual &lsqu

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MIPIM, the international property fair, opens its doors today, and Clyde Gateway will be there as part of Team Scotland. This is because MIPIM is big, international and truly global in ambition, and by attending, we put Clyde Gateway’s hat in the ring for the chance of significant internationa

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