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The River Kelvin in Kelvingrove Park, where the water in the river will be improved following completion of the project Scottish Water is about to start a major project on its waste water infrastructure in the West End of Glasgow to improve the environment and water quality in the River Kelvin.

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M&G Real Estate has unveiled its plans for a new £100 million office development in the heart of Glasgow’s city centre. Now branded as The Grid, the Cooper Cromar-designed project at 33 Cadogan Street will provide 277,500 sq ft of Grade A space over 12 levels.

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A masterplan of the Sighthill regenration area Glasgow City Council has now signed an agreement with Glasgow Housing Association (GHA) and Keepmoat Homes to deliver more than 800 new homes at the city’s Sighthill Transformational Regeneration Area (TRA).

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The Glasgow Recycling and Renewable Energy Centre at Polmadie The developer of an energy from waste plant in Glasgow said it has been hit by higher-than-anticipated costs for the facility’s construction after having to replace Interserve as the main contractor.

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McTaggart Construction has handed over a cheque for £3,500 to extend the WiFi at Wyndford Hub in Maryhill and purchase more tablet computers. A Click & Connect free computer learning centre at the Hub – funded by Wheatley Group and Glasgow Kelvin College – helps 30-40 people per day access

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GVA has announced the sale of a residential development site in the heart of Glasgow’s west end on behalf of a private client to Queensberry Properties Ltd. The site has a detailed planning consent for 45 apartments and four townhouses and is located on Otago Lane, benefitting from an excellent ou

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Linthouse Housing Association is set to benefit from a suite of upgrades to its existing housing stock with two contracts now underway with CCG (Scotland) Ltd. The works include stock improvement which are being undertaken by CCG Asset Management and internal and external repairs and improvements by

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Another £80 million is set to be invested into new plans being taken forward for the regeneration of Queen Street Station in Glasgow. Working in partnership with various stakeholders, Scottish Ministers have decided to progress a greatly enhanced development at the North Hanover Street car park sit

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CCG (Scotland) Ltd has been given planning approval to build 156 contemporary, energy-efficient homes in Glasgow’s south side. To be delivered by CCG Homes, Riverford Gardens will offer a range of exclusive properties in a highly desirable location on Riverford Road in Pollokshaws.

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