Glasgow

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Glasgow councillors will this week consider a plan to spend more than £1 billion on 10,000 new affordable homes. Under the five-year scheme, the council would contribute £600 million and a similar amount would come from private investors.

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Construction work is now complete on Unit 201, a new 27,500 sq. ft. manufacturing and engineering facility at Clyde Gateway East Business Park. Built by Kier Construction Scotland and being marketed by Ryden LLP, the £3 million industrial unit is the latest speculative new build undertaken and comp

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A tenement building in Glasgow partially collapsed overnight as Storm Ophelia battered the UK and Ireland yesterday. Firefighters were called to the unoccupied Albert Road tenement in Crosshill at about 4 am on Tuesday morning after reports of debris falling into the street. Brickwork and windows on

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The Scottish Courts and Tribunals Service (SCTS) has announced plans for a new Tribunals Centre in Glasgow. SCTS has worked with HM Courts and Tribunals Service (HMCTS) to find accommodation in Glasgow and the new Tribunals Centre will be located at 3 Atlantic Quay.

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A topping out ceremony has taken place for the first building at Glasgow’s new urban business location, Magenta @ Clyde Gateway. The £9 million Red Tree Magenta building is currently under construction by contractors Robertson, and is due for completion in summer 2018. Investment funding is being

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A milestone has been reached on a £100 million Shieldhall Tunnel project in Glasgow. The construction phase on Scotland's biggest waste water tunnel is now complete, with the 1,000-tonne tunnel boring machine (TBM) 'breaking through' in Queen's Park last week.

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An artist's impression of what the revamped Clyde Waterfront would look like A £90 million proposal to regenerate the Clyde Waterfront is to be called in by the Scottish Government at the request of three local authorities to “streamline” the planning process.

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Cladding used on a set of tower blocks in Glasgow will be inspected as the local authority continues its progress to identify and test buildings believed to contain aluminium composite material (ACM) cladding. Last week it was revealed residents in two of the blocks at the Glasgow Harbour developmen

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