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Grosvenor Casinos has today announced it will invest more than £3.5m to expand its Glasgow Merchant City venue on Glassford Street into a world class entertainment hub.

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A new tidal flood model has been produced for developers and planners to consider when working near the River Clyde between Dalbeth in Glasgow and Greenock.

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Glasgow’s Anderston station reopened to passengers today following a thirteen-week programme of engineering works. The station closed on March 13 as part of a wider £32 million investment to improve punctuality and reliability on services between Rutherglen and the Exhibition Centre.

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Glasgow City Council has accepted the award of £5.469 million in Regeneration Capital Grant Fund (RCGF) support from the Scottish Government for five community regeneration projects in the city. Four of the projects - the Citizens Theatre, Govanhill Baths, Possilpark Family & Community Cen

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Adam Scotland and Hirst landscape architects have appointed NVDC Architects to design 30 new apartments for a site located at 97 Cleveden Road in Kelvindale. By replacing the Rannoch House Care Home with a modern apartment block, the project will bring forward the building line to reinforce an urban

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The new masterplans for the Govan Graving Docks located on the River Clyde have been unveiled. The mixed-use proposals would see the derelict site transformed into a neighbourhood with new residential housing and a hub for community projects.

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The refurbishment of Govanhill Baths is to receive a further £500,000 worth of funding from Glasgow City Council after the costs for the project rose due to issues affecting the construction industry.

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Property developer Soller Group has submitted a planning application to Glasgow City Council for 359 residential apartments for private rental, at 144 Port Dundas Road, Glasgow. Designed by Mosaic Architecture + Design, the planning application is for a landscaped courtyard development of 359 contem

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Plans to demolish all but the façade and a number of key architectural features of B-listed Golfhill School and to build in its place 130 new flats in Dennistoun’s Circus Drive have been given the go-ahead by Glasgow City Council planners. The B-listed Golfhill School, close to Glasgow

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