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Five ambitious active travel proposals from Edinburgh, Glasgow, Stirling and Inverness have been successful in the final judging of the Sustrans Scotland’s Community Links PLUS (CLPLUS) competition. Run by Sustrans and funded by the Scottish Government, the competition delivers pioneering and game

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Gordon Sloan and Lorraine Starrs, head of asset management for City Building (Glasgow); Gordon Dillon, head of operations for City Building (Glasgow); Alan Burns, deputy exec director of City Building; painter and decorator Macauley Wood; and joiners Naveed Mohammed and Christopher Murray A new impr

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Glasgow City Council has approved the sale of land at a former hospital to Yoker Housing Association paving the way for new homes to be developed at the site. The Association will pay the council £100,000 for part of the site which was previously home to Blawarthill Hospital.

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Full details of a landmark office development at 191 West George Street in Glasgow city centre have been unveiled for the first time as the £5.5 million refurbishment project marks three months to go until completion. Completing in December 2017, the revamp includes the formation of a new double he

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Mosaic Architecture + Design has completed a £5 million sports facility at St Aloysuis’ College in Glasgow ahead of the start of the new school term. The new building is positioned diagonally between the A-listed pair Mackintosh Building and St. Aloysius’ Church and adjacent to the Glasgow Scho

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Master craftsmen Angus Johnston and Martins Cirulis of Laurence McIntosh in the Mackintosh Library prototype. Credit McAteer photo A full-size model of a section of the Mackintosh Library has been unveiled by the Glasgow School of Art as work continues to restore the building to its original 1910 de

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Work is due to begin on a major redevelopment to deliver better facilities and greater capacity at Partick Interchange as SPT (Strathclyde Partnership for Transport) prepares to award a contract for the project. The bus station will close for eight months to allow Glasgow City Council in conjunction

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Work is set to get underway on the next phase of regeneration at the award-winning Laurieston Living development in the Gorbals area of Glasgow. Laurieston is one of eight Transformational Regeneration Areas (TRA) in the city earmarked for regeneration as part of the Transforming Communities: Glasgo

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Glasgow City Council has approved the next stage of its Affordable Housing Supply Programme (AHSP) with almost £67 million to be allocated towards the development of affordable housing in the city in the current financial year. Agreed today by members of the council's executive committee, the fundi

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Part of the St Enoch Centre is to be knocked down to make way for new retail outlets under plans submitted to Glasgow City Council. Mall operator Sovereign Centros wants to demolish “most” of the buildings at 135 to 153 Argyle Street and replace them with a new “high-quality flagship retail de

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The Custom House development site in Glasgow city centre to has been sold to property development and investment company Artisan Real Estate Investors for a sum “significantly above” the asking price of £1.75 million. The Grade A-Listed Custom House and adjoining land situated on Dixon Street a

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