Glasgow City Region City Deal

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Plans to transform Sauchiehall Street into a tree-lined avenue have been boosted by almost £7 million in funding from Glasgow City Council. The revamp will introduce a two-way cycle lane and improve pavements for people walking along the bars and clubs.

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Aerial view of Bowling and the River Clyde Plans for a £28 million transformation of the former Exxon site in Bowling, West Dunbartonshire have taken a major step forward after councillors approved an Outline Business Case.

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Glasgow City Council has appointed global engineering consultancy CH2M Hill to undertake design of a new bridge between Govan and Partick. To be funded through the £1.13 billion Glasgow City Region City Deal, the pedestrian / cycle bridge will be renew the historical connection between the two area

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Council leaders have formally backed plans to build a direct rail link between Glasgow Airport, Paisley and Glasgow city centre. The £144 million Glasgow Airport Access Project is the flagship project for the £1.13 billion Glasgow City Region City Deal.

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A new link road which aims to unlock hundreds of millions of pounds for the North Lanarkshire economy has been given the green light. The £6.6 million road between Gartcosh Business Park and Glenboig is being delivered as part of the £1.13 billion Glasgow City Region City Deal.

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A £4m visitor centre is planned for the Dams to Darnley Country Park Artist’s impressions of three major East Renfrewshire developments which form part of the Glasgow City Region City Deal have been released amid significant progress in recent months.

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Artist's impression of the station Junction 29 station Plans have been unveiled for a Personal Rapid Transit (PRT) system which would take travellers from a new station in Paisley to Glasgow Airport if a scheme by Junction 29 (Scotland) Ltd is chosen as the preferred option for a new airport rail li

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Glasgow City Council has approved the award of a £36.54 million contract for infrastructure work on the Sighthill Transformational Regeneration Area (TRA) project to Morgan Sindall. The contract will see construction works for roads, earthworks, utilities, drainage, landscaping and public realm car

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Glasgow City Council has approved grant agreements with partner organisations to regenerate areas and communities along both sides of the Forth and Clyde canal on the north side of the city centre. These grant agreements - with Scottish Canals and BIGG Regeneration - will help deliver funding worth

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(from left) Councillor Frank McAveety, Leader of Glasgow City Council, Glasgow Airport MD Amanda McMillan, Councillor Mark Macmillan, Leader of Renfrewshire Council With millions of pounds worth of business up for grabs, companies across the West of Scotland are being invited to a ‘Meet the Buyer

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West Dumbartonshire Council’s project to transform the former Exxon site near Bowling has reached a major milestone following the signing of an access agreement with the global firm. The deal will allow the Council onto the Exxon Mobil-owned site to carry out the necessary studies as part of its p

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