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Cala Homes (West) is holding the first community consultation on proposals for a new residential development in Cathcart. The housebuilder will host an in-person event on Thursday 10 November between 6pm and 8pm followed by a second session on Saturday 12 November between 10am and 2pm. Both will tak

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A construction firm has been fined £10,000 after an employee was crushed to death by an industrial drill in Glasgow. Core Cut Limited employee Derek McLean, 43, was crushed after attempting to manoeuvre a 3.5-tonne BROKK machine up a set of stairs in Glasgow's St Enoch shopping

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Councillors have delayed a decision on whether to approve an application for a mixed-use development featuring low carbon homes for a site at 65-97 Ingram Street in Glasgow. Property developer Artisan Real Estate wants to deliver 109 new homes with ground floor commercial space on land which is

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PMI Developments and Peveril Securities have lodged a proposal of application notice with Glasgow City Council to redevelop a site on the corner of Cambridge Street and Renfrew Street to create an aparthotel. The site at 19-21 Cambridge Street, has been unoccupied for many years.

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Plans to create a low carbon community with new homes, a hotel, leisure facilities and public open space at Peel L&P’s Glasgow Waters have been approved. Glasgow City Council yesterday backed a recommendation from city officials that planning permission in principle be granted for the prop

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Cheval Collection has started work on a 70-unit development, the Cheval Maison – West Regent Glasgow. Cheval Collection and 141WRS marked the occasion with a signing ceremony in Cheval Collection’s London office. The property is due to open in 2025.

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New plans have been brought forward for the creation of 48 apartments in an area of open space next to the Clydeside Expressway in Glasgow. The proposal from development company Nixon Blue could see two new six-storey residential buildings raised at Beith Street in the Partick area.

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Plans for the redevelopment of the former Marks & Spencer Store on Sauchiehall Street have been brought forward for consultation. Developers have announced that a public consultation event will take place this week on their proposals for student, and potentially other residential accommodation,

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Real estate investor CA Ventures has revealed proposals to develop purpose-built, managed student accommodation at the former Archaos nightclub site in Queen Street, Glasgow. Providing active ground floor uses, which may include retail or commercial uses, the proposed development could generate arou

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The project team behind the flagship PLATFORM_ Glasgow build-to-rent (BTR) development celebrated a significant project milestone at this week’s topping-out ceremony. Contractor, GRAHAM is delivering the scheme on behalf of PLATFORM_, an investor, developer, and operator of BTR communities acr

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Homebuilder Keepmoat has supported K.A.T.S (Kids and Adults Together in Sighthill) with a cash donation to ensure its much-needed services for the people of Sighthill remains. K.A.T.S has resided in the Sighthill Community Centre since 2008, providing nursery, after-school care and community facilit

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Glasgow City Council has approved plans for 32 homes for private rent to be built on the site of a former council grounds maintenance depot. John Wright Properties Ltd has been granted permission to develop the site at 1514 Barrhead Road in the Hurlet area of the city, close to the boundary wit

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Property developer Summix Capital has revealed new proposals to deliver a mixed-use development on a brownfield site at Central Quay, Glasgow. The development site currently includes a high-quality office building at 2 Central Quay, extending to just under 80,000 square feet, and a neighbouring 4.43

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Councillors have approved plans for a 15-home social housing development on a vacant brownfield plot in Finnieston on behalf of Glasgow West Housing Association. The 0.068-hectare site adjacent to 6 Corunna Street, situated located south of Argyll Street and north of St Vincent Cresce

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