Plans to develop a complex of mixed-use buildings just off Glasgow’s George Square are being unveiled today at a public exhibition. Chris Stewart Group will reveal its proposals for 59 serviced apartments, 375 student flats and 23,688 sq/ft of commercial space on vacant property which it acquired
The urban regeneration of Laurieston, Glasgow, has been named Best Regeneration Project at the 2015 National Brick Awards. The awards are in their 39th year and celebrate excellence in design and construction using brick. They are the most well established and most widely respected of their kind in
A demolition firm has been fined £5,000 after a worker fell from a scaffolding platform in Glasgow and suffered severe injuries. DSR Demolition Limited pleaded guilty to breaching Regulation 6(3) of the Work at Height Regulations 2005 and Section 33(1)(c) of the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974.
Plans to upgrade Glasgow’s Kelvinbridge underground station have been lodged by Austin-Smith:Lord. The firm wants to give the station a makeover by installing a new cupola and apply new escalator cladding.
A scheme to build a tram-train link is one of two options being put forward for a new connection between Glasgow city centre, Paisley and Glasgow Airport. The flagship project in the £1.13bn Glasgow and Clyde Valley City Deal, would see tram-train carriages would operate on the heavy rail network b
Ogilvie Construction has been chosen to build a new £22 million hotel for Motel One Group in Oswald Street, Glasgow. With 374 rooms, the new hotel will be one of the largest in Scotland and the first in Glasgow for the European budget designer brand. The building will combine high quality product d
Plans to create a new visitor attraction and whisky distillery at Glasgow’s Queen’s Dock will be delivered over two phases under newly submitted proposals from Hypostyle-BR Architects. The Glasgow Whisky Experience and Single Malt Whisky Distillery development will see previously approved plans
Work is underway on a new £16m Imaging Centre of Excellence (ICE) for the University of Glasgow. The start of construction was marked by science minister Jo Johnson who helped to break ground at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital site where the ICE will be located.
First minister Nicola Sturgeon with Paul Little, principal and chief executive of City of Glasgow College as they meet cadets A new £66 million “world-class campus with the ‘wow’ factor” opened on the banks of the River Clyde yesterday.
Glasgow City Council has given initial permission in principle for an extension to the city’s Silverburn shopping centre. Developers Hammerson want to build dozens more shops, a new leisure complex, a 110-bedroom hotel, a community centre, a park by extending the complex on the other side of the M
How the revamped Cedar Court flats will look Over 300 difficult to heat high rise homes in the North West of Glasgow will soon benefit from major internal and external improvements thanks to a £13 million investment from Queens Cross Housing Association and its newly appointed contractor Keepmoat.
Plans have been approved for a 19 storey student residential tower in Glasgow’s Cathedral Street. The existing retail store at 355 Cathedral Street, currently owned by Forrest Furnishing, will be demolished to make way for the 368-bed development.
View from the corner of West George Street and Holland Street Architects have submitted plans to transform an abandoned office tower in Glasgow city centre into modern accommodation for hundreds of students.
Glasgow's skyline changed forever yesterday with the demolition of the last of the Red Road flats, although not everything went to plan. Two of the six iconic Red Road towers remained partially standing due to an unforeseen difficulty.
The car park on Ingram Street Glasgow City Council has approved the sale of the car park at 69-97 Ingram Street to Merchant Hotel Glasgow Limited for a minimum of £6.75 million.