The £35 million transformation of Glasgow’s Kelvin hall into one of the biggest museum and academic research centres in the UK is on target to open in the autumn. Formerly home to the Museum of Transport, the facility will offer teaching and research rooms for the University of Glasgow, and vast
122 Waterloo Street Levels of office take-up in Glasgow city centre and Edinburgh out-of-town markets for the first quarter of the year are the highest since the economic downturn in 2008, according to commercial property consultants Bilfinger GVA.
Norfolk Court The high rise flats at Norfolk Court in Laurieston were demolished yesterday to make way for a development of 201 homes by New Gorbals Housing Association.
Interserve has announced that it will have to make £70 million of provisions on a delayed waste to energy contract in Glasgow. In a trading update to shareholders this morning, the contractor said that a further deterioration in the project has “significantly adversely impacted” its expectation
Balfour Beatty has reached financial close for a student accommodation project in Glasgow. The Kennedy Street project will feature 536 bedrooms split over two blocks in the east side of the city.
Professional services provider Sweett Group has been appointed by the University of Glasgow to provide quantity surveying services supporting its £1bn Gilmorehill Campus expansion. The University of Glasgow plans to carry an extensive capital programme on its Gilmorehill campus over the next 10 yea
Glasgow City Council has appointed a multidisciplinary team led by MVRDV and Austin-Smith:Lord to embark on the design of District Regeneration Frameworks for four city centre districts. The project will look to create a clear urban structure to realise Glasgow’s economic, cultural and social pote
ISG has completed a £2.3 million refurbishment of an office block at 100 West George Street in Glasgow. Designed by Bennetts Associates on behalf of Whiteburn Projects and London & Scottish Investments, the work has created over 19,500 sq ft of open plan, high-specification office accommodation
Glasgow City Council is to host an information event on a pioneering self-build project in Maryhill. The event on Saturday 30 April between 10.30am - 12.30pm in Maryhill Burgh Halls will see the launch of the first phase of Maryhill project.
About 70 scaffolders and labourers began two days of industrial action today at a Glasgow waste-to-energy plant in a long-running pay parity dispute. The workers, who are members of the Unite union, are employed by Interserve Industrial Services.
The former Stow College The Glasgow School Art (GSA) has announced major plans for its campus on Garnethill and the acquisition of the former Stow College.
The German government has objected to plans for 98 homes at Park Quadrant in the West End of Glasgow. A planning application for the £35 million project was lodged last month by Leeds-based developer Expresso Property, which acquired the land overlooking Kelvingrove Park from Glasgow City Council f
An Aberdeenshire architect-led construction firm is expanding into Glasgow after a successful period of growth. Banchory-based Dab Den, which designs and builds contemporary new build houses, house extensions, and luxury garden rooms, said the new office will “offer all the services currently prov
Plans for Spencer Street - Copyright AS Homes (Scotland) Ltd AS Homes (Scotland) Ltd has been granted planning permission for a new 61 plot mixed tenure development at Spencer Street in Anniesland, Glasgow.
Partick Housing Association has submitted plans to transform a former Glasgow school into 60 new flats. Designed by Collective Architecture, the £8 million redevelopment of the former St Peter’s School on Chancellor Street will provide a mix of 1-3 bed homes for social and mid-market rent as well