A proposed Govanhill Housing Association development in Glasgow A study into the impact of investment in housing, regeneration and neighbourhood renewal in Glasgow has issued a briefing paper into the benefits of new build housing provided through regeneration in the city.
Proposals have been submitted to demolish the Old College Bar in Glasgow for a 12-storey student flat development. Under the plans from developer Structured House, the High Street establishment will be removed and replaced with a 426-bed complex for university students in the area.
The Society of Architectural Historians (SAH) will hold its 70th Annual International Conference in Glasgow from June 7–11, 2017, marking the first time SAH has met outside North America since 1973. An estimated 600 historians, architects, preservationists, and museum professionals from around the
110 Queen Street Glasgow’s speculative office development pipeline remains closed with new developments now not likely until 2020, Savills has suggested.
Proposals have been unveiled to replace Corunna House on Glasgow’s West Campbell Street with a 12-storey block. Plans submitted to Glasgow City Council by M&G Real Estate will see the current vacant office block demolished to make way for 275,000 sq/ft of net grade A floorspace.
A homeowner who claimed that Glasgow City Council acted beyond its powers in imposing a condition that a property owner required to pay their share of the cost of repairs to a tenement by the time the final account for the works was issued or be liable for the full costs has had his legal challenge
The Learning and Teaching Hub set for the Gilmorehill campus A key part of the University of Glasgow’s proposals for a £1 billion expansion of its Gilmorehill campus has been approved by councillors.
Plans have been submitted for a new housing development on the site of a modernist church in Glasgow on behalf of Govanhill Housing Association. Proposals by CCG and MAST Architects will see 22 infill homes developed at the Our Lady of Consolation RC Church on Inglefield Street which was demolished
The manager of an access plant hire firm has been sentenced to two years imprisonment for his neglect of health and safety obligations that led to the death of one man and caused serious injury to another. Donald Craig was handed the maximum penalty at Airdrie Sheriff Court on Friday after his compa
The Cuprum building in Glasgow Glasgow’s office market saw a robust level of activity in 2016, despite political and economic uncertainty, according to analysis from Knight Frank.
Plans have been revealed to build almost 1,200 private flats and student rooms on land that once housed a Glasgow department store. Proposals have been lodged to develop the site of the former Goldberg’s department store, which has been left largely derelict since the closure of the store in 1990
CCG and MAST Architects have submitted planning proposals for a new 154 home development at Riverford Road, a former industrial site that is bound by the White Cart River in the south side of Glasgow. The development will comprise a mix of 55 townhouses and 99 flats, offering panoramic views across
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.
The Scottish Cities Alliance has today announced the Smart City projects that will be taken forward in order to transform Scotland’s seven cities into world-leading digital hubs. The Alliance, which is the collaboration of Scotland’s seven cities and the Scottish Government, aims to use Smart Ci
The Glasgow Recycling and Renewable Energy Centre at Polmadie Construction and engineering workers at Interserve were turned away from a Glasgow recycling plant yesterday after the contractor was axed from its work on the site.