Glasgow

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Debbie Welch & Richard Hepburn Land and property search firm Millar & Bryce has opened a new office in Central Glasgow to support its expansion plans and continued development in the West of Scotland.

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Glasgow city centre is to have a £40 million co-living building that will provide a gateway to the Merchant City and a focal point for regeneration of the East End, under plans submitted by developers. Merchant Point, at the corner of the High Street and George Street, will include shops, offices a

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A consortium of real estate developers is set to construct one of Glasgow’s largest single-building new offices after acquiring a development site in the heart of the city’s International Financial Services District. Vanguard Real Estate has acquired a 0.79-acre site on the south side of Argyle

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Engineers have begun demolishing Consort House as redundant buildings in front of Glasgow Queen Street make way for the new-look station Demolition works are underway at Glasgow Queen Street to create space for the new railway station.

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CALA Homes (West) hit an important construction milestone as its 21 Mansionhouse Road development in Glasgow reached its full height of 12 metres. The moment was marked with a traditional topping out ceremony, helped along by a trio of the city’s tallest stars from Glasgow Warriors.

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A developer and operator of private rented housing has announced a major brownfield regeneration project right in the heart of Glasgow as its first development in Scotland. PLATFORM_, which already has 580 homes under management in the joint venture in key commuter towns and employment hubs across E

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Laurieston Living in Glasgow could soon add more than two dozen new homes to the scope of its ongoing development. Regeneration specialist Urban Union recently submitted a planning application to Glasgow City Council which outlined plans for 28 new units.

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‌The design team for the University of Glasgow’s new College of Arts building has been appointed after a rigorous competition process. A team led by Hawkins\Brown Architects has been selected as the winner from a shortlist of six teams and over 20 applications.

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Leader of Glasgow City Council, Councillor Susan Aitken marks the start of work on new Loretto homes at Buckley Street with (from left) Wheatley Group’s Jackie McIntosh, Paul Sweeney MP, Patrick Flynn of Glasgow City Council, Douglas Robin of Loretto Housing, Bob Doris MSP, Wheatley Group’s Olga

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