Glasgow

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Springfield Properties has launched a public consultation concerning its plans to build new homes on Pendeen Road, Barlanark in Glasgow. An online consultation event, which took place last night, was arranged to provide a forum for the general public and any other interested parties to make comments

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Glasgow-headquartered Spectrum Properties is set to expand an existing business park on a brownfield site in south east Glasgow with a range of different sized industrial and commercial units on a 1.8-acre site in Broad Street. Since 1861, the site has had various incarnations including use as a cot

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The A-listed Laurieston in Glasgow is set to be converted into 11 luxury apartments. A major restoration project of the Georgian townhouse is set to get underway, safeguarding the building that has been on the “at risk” register since the late 1990s.

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Planners have given the green light for a second phase of flats and houses on a triangle of railway land at Kelvindale. A total of 43 new homes for private sale, including 32 apartments and 17 terraced homes, will be built at Dalsholm Road, near Kelvindale train station.

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Two of Scotland’s leading architects have raised concerns that a ‘flawed’ tender system could see the Glasgow School of Art’s rebuild decided on price rather than quality. Much of the world-renowned building, designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh, was extensively damaged

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A former brass foundry building in Finnieston that is the subject of a £10 million residential development plan is to be demolished. Permission has been granted to knock down the property at 131 Minerva Street, which is currently used for offices.

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Community views are being sought on updated plans for the regeneration of Shawlands Arcade. The proposals are being brought forward by the Arcade’s owners, Clydebuilt LP, which is a property investment and development fund co-owned by Strathclyde Pension Fund and Ediston Real Estate.

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Cala Homes (West) has announced it will relocate from its Falkirk HQ to Glasgow in a move that will firm up its commitment to the city and complement its new hybrid working model whilst bringing the team closer to its key sites and developments in the West of Scotland.

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