12 Vanuatu athletes made the Village their home during last year’s Games The developers behind the Athletes’ Village in Glasgow is donating £5,000 to Oxfam’s Emergency Reponses fund to assist the cyclone-stricken victims at Vanuatu.
A new £2.7 million health and care centre has welcomed the first patients through the doors in East Pollokshields.
Students from Edinburgh Napier University’s Civil Engineering Society got an exclusive first look at the Kelvin Hall redevelopment in Glasgow on a recent site visit with main contractors Barr Construction. The seven undergraduates gained valuable insight and knowledge into the construction of the
Gallagher Shopping Park, Port Glasgow Four Scottish retail parks are set to be revamped under a £200 million package of retail and office developments unveiled by Ediston Real Estate.
Glasgow City Council has approved a £390 million proposal to extend the city’s Buchanan Galleries shopping mall in a move which will see the much-loved steps outside Glasgow Royal Concert Hall demolished.
The award-winning Athletes’ Village in Dalmarnock, which was home to around 7,000 competitors and officials during the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games has welcomed its first new residents.
A £6.5 million project to create a major new heritage and nature park will bring together 20sq km of lochs, parks, nature reserves and woodlands between Glasgow and Coatbridge, Glasgow City Council's sustainability and the environment policy development committee has heard.
Labour plans to bring London's Crossrail project to Glasgow Scottish Labour leader Jim Murphy has promised to deliver a “unified Scottish rail network” if the party wins the Holyrood elections next year.
How the revamped Kelvin Hall will look The company behind the redevelopment of one of Glasgow’s most iconic buildings is offering SMEs and SEs the chance to learn industry secrets at a series of free specialist seminars with the next set for Friday 6thFebruary.
The new £842 million South Glasgow University Hospital has been officially handed over ahead of a planned opening in May.
Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome Construction contracts for major projects related to the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games amounted to £669 million, according to Glasgow City Council.
ISG has added a further £6 million of projects to its recent tally of Scottish wins, which last month included £11m of secured work in Edinburgh. The latest two schemes in St Andrews and Glasgow include the creation of a new hotel and retail outlet and an office refurbishment for Network Rail.
Glasgow School of Art has announced the firms shortlisted to lead the restoration of the building which was badly damaged by fire last year.
A Glasgow waste management firm has been fined after waste was illegally dumped in North Lanarkshire. CMI Demolition Limited received a £16,000 fine at Airdrie Sheriff Court after the company failed to ensure the proper disposal of waste from their facility between March and June 2011.
An ambitious project to transform the campus of one of Scotland’s oldest universities could cost three quarters of a billion pounds.