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
Glasgow City Council has approved plans to allow a developer to build 90 new flats at North Kelvin Meadow but has also given volunteers a chance to preserve the “community-created” green space. The meadows were council-run football pitches and tennis courts that fell into disrepair in the early
The transformation of some of Greater Glasgow’s most important infrastructure, including a major flooding project in Springburn, is progressing deep beneath the city streets, as Keith Brown MSP, cabinet secretary for infrastructure, investment and cities, saw today. Scottish Water is more than hal
View from Finnieston Street Plans have been submitted for a mixed use development of two hotels and serviced apartments at the entrance to Glasgow’s SECC complex.
Phase 2 of the East End Regeneration Route opened to traffic in April 2012 The completion of a major carriageway which will connect two of the country’s busiest stretches of motorway is to be given the go-ahead by councillors in Glasgow.
Plans have been unveiled to transform Glasgow’s Tontine Building into a high-tech space for up to 300 entrepreneurs in a £1.67 million project. Inspired by Google’s offices, the project is a key part of the £1.13 billion Glasgow and Clyde Valley City Deal and is expected to inject £53 million
First minister Nicola Sturgeon listening to Paul Little, principal and chief executive of City of Glasgow College during the offical opening The best new buildings in Scotland have been revealed in the annual Scottish Property Awards with City of Glasgow College shortlisted in three of the eight cat
VHE has been awarded the contract to deliver a major £11 million remediation scheme for Glasgow City Council at the Sighthill regeneration area. The design and build contract covering 50 hectares paves the way for almost 800 new homes, new road and pedestrian bridges, amenity parkland, a new school
Plans have been submitted plans to build 54 apartments on a brownfield site at Bell Street in Glasgow. Glasgow Edinburgh Developments is working in conjunction with Grant Stafford Ltd on the project which will also consist of 5,000 square feet of commercial space and over 40 parking spaces.
Cube chair Liz Ruine shows Alex Neil MSP round the district heating project More than 700 Glasgow households will see their heating bills reduced through a £10.6 million project.
Glasgow City Council and Thistle Housing Association have signed up to an £8.5 million project to transform 700 homes in Toryglen, delivering reduced energy bills and improved building fabric between now and late 2016. The scheme is unique in Scotland with the council’s Affordable Warmth team bri