Glasgow

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A recruitment campaign designed to facilitate 50 Glasgow-based businesses to prepare for the future has been launched today by Circular Glasgow. Hosted by Glasgow Chamber of Commerce, Circular Glasgow will connect with companies across a number of sectors, including construction, helping them to ope

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Expresso Property and development partner Ambassador Developments (Park Quadrant) Ltd have announced the beginning of on-site works at a 98 apartment development in Glasgow’s West End. Designed by architects Holmes Miller, Park Quadrant will complete the vision of the architect Charles Wilson’s

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Plans to build almost 1,200 private flats and student rooms on land that once housed a Glasgow department store have been approved by councillors. Proposals to develop the site of the former Goldberg’s department store, which has been left largely derelict since the closure of the store in 1990, i

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The first Adina Apartment Hotel in the UK has been earmarked for Glasgow city centre following Mosaic Architecture + Design’s resubmission of a planning application for a hotel at 249 West George Street. While Mosaic already has planning consent for converting the existing office building at this

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A new fundraising drive has been launched as Govanhill Baths Community Trust enters the final stage of securing funding to refurbish and reopen the Edwardian Bathhouse as a new health and wellbeing centre. Following the architects’ images of the redevelopment revealed last year, the organisation i

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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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