A planning application for 98 homes at Park Quadrant in the West End of Glasgow has been submitted to the city's council. Initial plans for the A-listed Victorian development were reduced from 111 properties after residents’ views were taken into consideration. The revised proposals also include r
Plans for a £6.7m office block at Shawfield Housing minister Margaret Burgess MSP has announced the award of an additional £3 million for Clyde Gateway to support further development of vacant and derelict sites in Dalmarnock, Rutherglen and Shawfield.
Glasgow City Council has announced plans to invest £100 million into community assets and schools over the next five years. The investment comes despite £130m in cuts to its budget which will result in around 1,500 job losses over the next financial year.
Plans to develop 90 flats on North Kelvin Meadow in Glasgow’s west end have been ‘called in’ by Scottish ministers. Formerly council-run football pitches and tennis courts, the meadows fell into disrepair in the early 90s but over the last 20 years residents have planted seeds, built treehouse
Infrastructure secretary Keith Brown in the Shieldhall Tunnel Underground boring is set to start on a £100 million project in Glasgow to create Scotland's largest storm water tunnel.
The Barras market is to get a £27 million funding boost in a bid to transform the area into one of Glasgow’s 'go-to' areas, a new report has revealed. The Glasgow City Council report has revealed plans for two new venues alongside the area’s famous Barrowland Ballroom in a bid to transform it i
Glasgow City Council has confirmed the appointment of Gardiner & Theobald LLP with John McAslan + Partners and Event Communications to take forward the Burrell Collection’s ambitious refurbishment and redisplay plans. Gardiner & Theobald LLP has been appointed to undertake the project mana
John McAslan John McAslan and Partners has been recommended to take forward the £66 million revamp of Glasgow’s world famous Burrell Collection museum.
Wheatley Group has today confirmed it will progress plans to deliver its repairs and maintenance service through a new joint venture (JV) with Glasgow City Council. Heads of terms have been agreed that will lead to Wheatley - parent company of Scotland’s largest social landlord Glasgow Housing Ass
The tower in its location at Glasgow Science Centre The decision to build Glasgow Tower at the River Clyde instead of St Enoch Square is the root cause of all the problems which have beset the landmark, according to two leading architects.
An urban flooding project to tackle the deficiencies in Glasgow's drainage system and allow the building of 22,000 new homes on previously unviable brownfield sites has been received a funding boost. The Glasgow City Region City Deal Cabinet has approved £3.17 million of funding towards the next st
Ryder Architecture has been appointed by the Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice to implement the detailed design and delivery phase of its new building in Glasgow. After 18 months of fundraising by the hospice, enabling works are now underway, with the project expected to start on site in June.
Plans to build Scotland’s first purpose built accessible space for disabled dancers have been submitted in Glasgow. Collective Architecture’s proposals will the Category A-listed former Briggait fish market in the city’s Merchant Quarter transformed into home for dance and physical performance
One of Scotland’s busiest river crossings will need over £25 million worth of repairs over the next decade years to stop it from closing, a new report has warned. A Glasgow City Council assessment into the impact of maintenance costs has found that the Clyde Tunnel needs £5.3m of the work comple
Developers have been given until March 10th to submit their interest in a site left vacant following the closure of the old Victoria Infirmary Hospital in Glasgow. NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde (NHSGGC) said the 9.5acre site in Battlefield has so far attracted a “good response” from potential de