Glasgow

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An empty building in Glasgow city centre is to be transformed into offices after it was sold by the city council for £4.2 million. The seven storey category B listed red sandstone building on Ingram Street has been bought by Serge Holdings which plans to turn it into modern offices with commercial

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Glasgow City Council has committed itself to building 25,000 new homes in the city over the next decade. To be delivered in partnership with the public and private sectors, the announcement forms part of the council’s People Make Glasgow Home housing strategy.

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Glasgow’s skyline will change forever when the Red Road multi-storey flats are brought down later this year. Owner GHA said the six remaining blocks will be demolished in a one-off controlled explosive demolition within months but has yet to reveal the date.

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A social enterprise scheme in Glasgow is giving current and former offenders the chance to help build 40 affordable homes as part of their rehabilitation. The project, a partnership between Triodos Bank and Glasgow Together Community Interest Company, will see homes built on two initial plots in Bai

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Glasgow’s skyline could be joined by a new multi-story office block should planners give the green light to the Broadway Two development. London based developers Titan Investors is seeking planning approval for the nine storey multi-million pound project on Renfield Street.

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Glasgow City Council has granted planning permission to BAM Properties and Taylor Clark Properties to develop a £100m office and residential project at Atlantic Square, Glasgow. BAM said the development in Glasgow’s Broomielaw will help address concerns that the City may be losing its competitive

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Plans have been submitted for phases four and five of Sanctuary Scotland’s £50 million transformation of Anderston in Glasgow. Designed by Collective Architecture, the proposals for 206 new build flats, with a mixed tenure of social rent, mid market rent and shared equity, will complete the overa

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A half mile-long new sewer tunnel is to be installed beneath the streets of the Yoker area of Glasgow as part of a £7 million project to help improve the water quality and natural environment of the River Clyde and tackle flooding issues. Scottish Water has started work on the project, which involv

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A £390 million proposal to extend the Buchanan Galleries shopping mall in Glasgow has been put on hold just days before work was due to start. Developer Land Securities said the project has been brought to a halt due to “an increased level of risk” generated by the simultaneous delivery of the

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Morris & Spottiswood has been fined £200,000 after a worker was crushed to death by a steel frame at a building site in Glasgow. Daniel Hurley, then aged 31, died after a 1.6 tonne steel frame fell on top of him at the site in Murano Street, Maryhill, in October 2009.

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The new Keppie-designed Ronald McDonald House has opened its doors at the South Glasgow Hospitals Campus. The £3.4 million facility, run by independent charity Ronald McDonald House Glasgow, provides free amenities and accommodation for families of sick children from all over Scotland who are being

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Two Glasgow based projects have been awarded the prestigious 2015 Saltire Innovation in Housing award, supported by the endorsement of the Scottish Government, as part of the 2015 Saltire Housing Design Awards. Recognising housing design excellence throughout Scotland, the prestigious awards from th

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