Clyde Gateway

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Building work is set to get under way at Glasgow’s new satellite business district after project costs for the development’s first building were approved by the board of Clyde Gateway. The largest office development with planning consent in Scotland, Magenta will comprise 1.2 million square feet

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The Scottish Government has awarded a £1 million loan to the Clyde Gateway regeneration project towards the construction of a new manufacturing unit. To be built by Kier Construction, procured through the Scape National Minor Works Framework, the £3m unit will be targeted at key growth sectors ide

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An aerial image of the Magenta site Commercial property developer Highbridge Properties has today launched what will be a new satellite business district for Glasgow and one of the UK’s largest office parks, at the former Shawfield development in Clyde Gateway.

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Plans have been submitted for a development of 550 new homes in Glasgow’s East End. Link Group’s proposal is for a mixture of homes for social rent, mid market rent, shared equity and sale at Dalmarnock Riverside.

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Plans for a £6.7m office block at Shawfield Housing minister Margaret Burgess MSP has announced the award of an additional £3 million for Clyde Gateway to support further development of vacant and derelict sites in Dalmarnock, Rutherglen and Shawfield.

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Clyde Gateway and BRE are launching a design competition, through a competitive PQQ and ITT process, to procure a contractor led design team to build the new flagship office for BRE Scotland. BRE Scotland is an independent, research-based, testing and training consultancy which offers expertise on t

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Pupils from St Mungo's and Trinity High School School pupils in Glasgow have made their first steps towards becoming engineers after graduating from a course designed to encourage careers in the industry.

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A proposal from Clyde Gateway to build a new £6.7 million office block at Shawfield has been lodged with South Lanarkshire Council. If approved, the four-storey Red Tree Shawfield building will be set within the remediated area of land that sits between Shawfield Drive and the River Clyde.

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Clyde Gateway chairman Lord Smith of Kelvin (right) at the Dalmoarnock site Regeneration firm Clyde Gateway paid around £1.5 million more for a piece of derelict land in Glasgow after it altered an independent valuers’ report of the site, according to reports.

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Clyde Gateway chairman Lord Smith of Kelvin and Link Group chairman Roy Stirrat. Picture by Chris James 27/4/15 The latest stage on the ongoing transformation of the Glasgow’s East End will see 550 homes constructed on the site of the former Dalmarnock Power Station, it was revealed today.

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Police Scotland building in South Dalmarnock The quality and design of the property and office developments which have been delivered by Clyde Gateway over the past year has been acknowledged with eight separate nominations for upcoming industry awards.

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Regeneration agency Clyde Gateway hopes to follow up on the widespread interest created by the 2014 Commonwealth Games by launching a search for new investors at MIPIM’s UK property show in London later this week.

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