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ISG has been awarded a £5.5 million contract to convert the iconic Anchor Line Building on St Vincent Place, Glasgow to create a contemporary 64-bed aparthotel for The White Building Development Company Limited. Originally designed 110 years ago by renowned Scottish architect James Miller for the e

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191 West George Street Building contractor Morris & Spottiswood has commenced a major programme of works to transform a landmark office development in Glasgow city centre for NFU Mutual.

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Rutherglen Links Business Park Harris Finance, whose commercial property division has recently completed the development of two speculative industrial units at Clyde Gateway’s Rutherglen Links Business Park, has announced the purchase of a further four plots at the development.

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Building work by Robertson Group is set to get underway at Glasgow's new satellite business district after project costs for the development's first building were approved by the board of Clyde Gateway. The largest office development with planning consent in Scotland, Magenta will comprise 1.2 milli

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Construction of the biggest waste water tunnel ever to be built in Scotland has reached the half-way stage. Scottish Water’s flagship Shieldhall Tunnel project, in the south of Glasgow, passed the milestone yesterday when the state-of-the-art tunnel boring machine (TBM) building it reached a point

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CALA Homes (West) has commenced work on its development of 101 homes at Mansionhouse Road in Langside. The development – which comprises one-, two- and three-bedroom flats and a penthouse collection across three separate buildings – will be constructed sympathetically in a way that complements t

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Planning permission has been granted for a £66 million refurbishment of the Burrell Collection museum in Glasgow. The A-listed building in Pollok Country Park, which closed to the public last October, houses almost 9,000 artworks collected by shipping merchant Sir William Burrell.

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