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Glasgow City Council has given initial permission in principle for an extension to the city’s Silverburn shopping centre. Developers Hammerson want to build dozens more shops, a new leisure complex, a 110-bedroom hotel, a community centre, a park by extending the complex on the other side of the M

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How the revamped Cedar Court flats will look Over 300 difficult to heat high rise homes in the North West of Glasgow will soon benefit from major internal and external improvements thanks to a £13 million investment from Queens Cross Housing Association and its newly appointed contractor Keepmoat.

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Plans have been approved for a 19 storey student residential tower in Glasgow’s Cathedral Street. The existing retail store at 355 Cathedral Street, currently owned by Forrest Furnishing, will be demolished to make way for the 368-bed development.

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View from the corner of West George Street and Holland Street Architects have submitted plans to transform an abandoned office tower in Glasgow city centre into modern accommodation for hundreds of students.

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Glasgow's skyline changed forever yesterday with the demolition of the last of the Red Road flats, although not everything went to plan. Two of the six iconic Red Road towers remained partially standing due to an unforeseen difficulty.

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Glen Oaks senior project officer Louise McNicol (left) and project officer Lynne-anne Ferguson with plans for the new homes Families in Glasgow’s Arden are in line for a £6.4 million housing boost after a major new development was announced by Glen Oaks Housing Association.

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Glasgow City Council has given its approval to a £72.84 million investment that will bring hundreds of new affordable homes to the city. The Glasgow Affordable Housing Supply Programme will help to deliver 743 homes towards the council's commitment to build 3,500 affordable homes by May 2017, and c

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GHA is planning a new £5 million development of 50 houses on the site of three multi-storey blocks in Glasgow which were reduced to rubble yesterday. The controlled explosive blowdown of the high-rise buildings at Tarfside Oval in Cardonald forms part of a major regeneration of the Glasgow communit

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A contract issue concerning a former employee of Glasgow City Council’s arms-length construction firm City Building is to be investigated after the local authority passed information to the police. The issue relates to a complaint that was made by a contractor which was subsequently investigated b

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The third phase of the Maryhill Locks Transformational Regeneration Area (TRA) got underway this week when developers started work to create 40 new terraced homes at Whitelaw Street in Glasgow. Bigg Regeneration, a partnership between Scottish Canals and the igloo Regeneration Fund, have moved on si

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