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The University of Glasgow has submitted plans to transform an old Southern General site into a pioneering new medical research facility. Situated on Langlands Drive, the old neurosurgical block could house technology never used before in the UK, according to STV.

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Glasgow City Council is set to sell some unused land to make way for 59 serviced apartments, 375 student flats and 23,688 sq/ft of commercial space. The property on Martha Street is part of a major new development which also includes the A-listed Council Parish Halls on George Street.

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Defence firm BAE Systems is to invest more than £100 million in improving and expanding its Govan and Scotstoun sites. BAE had been considering a second option of a new £200m single-site manufacturing facility at Scotstoun which would have meant closing the Govan yard.

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Gardiner & Theobold (G&T) has won the quantity surveyor contract on the restoration of the Glasgow School of Art’s (GSA) Mackintosh building, following the fire in May 2014. The consultancy has already been appointed project manager on the restoration and beat several major players to the

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Plans for the refurbishment and redisplay of the Glasgow’s Burrell Collection have gained the support of £15 million from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF). The award includes a grant of £1m to help Glasgow City Council take the £66m project to the next stage of the application process.

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Oberlanders Architects have submitted a planning application on behalf of Balfour Beatty for a new student residence in central Glasgow. The 520 bed facility on Kennedy Street will also include ground floor retail spaces and a student hub arranged around a landscaped courtyard.

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Gordon Matheson A procurement strategy has been agreed upon to take forward Glasgow’s £1.13 billion City Deal, paving the way for work to proceed on 20 ‘major infrastructure projects’ across the city region over the next 20 years.

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Strathclyde Partnership for Transport (SPT) has awarded a £7 million contract for the modernisation of Govan Subway and bus station in Glasgow to Graham Construction as part of their ongoing £288m Subway Modernisation programme. Govan, which services around one million passengers a year, will be t

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Stephanie Clark Scottish Renewables has called for a change in planning rules in Glasgow to force developers to consider low cost communal heating systems.

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A new housing and office development planned for Glasgow’s financial services district has been recommended for approval by city planners. The £100 million Atlantic Square project, a joint venture between developers BAM Properties and Taylor Clarke, will result in around 300,000 sq ft of high qua

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Work has started on the transformation of one of Glasgow city centre’s landmark historic buildings into a prime retail and residential development. 190 Trongate, which has lain empty for more than a decade, is undergoing a £1.5m refurbishment by Caledon Group.

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Clyde Gateway chairman Lord Smith of Kelvin and Link Group chairman Roy Stirrat. Picture by Chris James 27/4/15 The latest stage on the ongoing transformation of the Glasgow’s East End will see 550 homes constructed on the site of the former Dalmarnock Power Station, it was revealed today.

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