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Outline plans have been approved for a major residential development and commercial units on derelict land just north of central Glasgow. Up to 300 houses and flats are planned for a site on the east side of Carlisle Street, north of Inverurie Street/Endrick Street, in Cowlairs. The development will

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Partick Housing Association (PHA) has completed its latest development of 60 new affordable homes at Mansfield Gate. Chief executive, Stewart MacKenzie, said: “We’re delighted to complete these new affordable flats in the heart of Partick, and welcome tenants to their wonderful new homes

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A new residential and commercial development could be delivered at Finnieston Street in Glasgow after a planning application was submitted by Keltbray Developments. The project will comprise a mixed-use development, including residential use, live/work units, commercial use – retail and/o

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An appeal has been submitted over Glasgow City Council’s rejection of a bid to transform more than 40 residential flats in Finnieston into short-term holiday lets.  Sonder Hospitality’s application involved 41 apartments at 3-7 Minerva Way, which are among 108 units built so fa

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Detailed plans for the first phase of regeneration at Shawlands Arcade in Glasgow have now been submitted. The £150m regeneration plan designed by Haus Collective will see the 1960s retail development swept aside in favour of hundreds of new homes above ground floor shops.

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New artist impressions have been released to mark the second stage of consultation on the future of Buchanan Galleries in Glasgow. The city centre shopping centre's owner Landsec plans to demolish the shopping centre and create an office-led, mixed-use urban neighbourhood and is inviting t

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A brownfield site in Govanhill could be brought back into use under new plans lodged for 12 apartments for social rent. Morris & Spottiswood and Mast Architects propose to deliver a tenement-style block of flats between garages and an existing block of tenements at 17 South Annandale S

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A new housing development has been proposed at the site of the former Freshlink Meat Factory in Glasgow. Under plans developed by Carson & Partners with landowner Bradley Mitchell, 17 Old Shettleston Road will be redeveloped to provide 300 homes and retail facilities.

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Hotel group Accor has cancelled plans to transform Glasgow's Ashfield House into an 89-room hostel. Planning permission for the B-listed hostel on Sauchiehall Street was originally granted, subject to conditions, by Glasgow City Council in June 2019.

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Work to restore and reinstate a landmark residential building along the River Clyde following a devastating fire in 2019 has now been completed by Linear Design & Construct (LDC). Lancefield Quay is a well-known residential building in Glasgow which was partially destroyed by fire, displacing ma

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Indeglås has been appointed by Kier Construction Scotland to design, supply and install internal glazed screens at the ongoing refurbishment of Glasgow’s Citizen’s Theatre. Works will transform visitor, performer and staff experiences, ensuring the building retains its iconic statu

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Miller Homes is inviting the public, community groups and other stakeholders to view its proposals for a residential development and potential local neighbourhood centre facilities on land at Leverndale, Glasgow. Located to the west of Leverndale Hospital and Raeswood Road, the proposal is for

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Plans for a £20 million redevelopment of the former Watt Brothers department store at Sauchiehall Street into a boutique hotel have been rejected by Glasgow City Council. Businessmen brothers Sandy and James Easdale had lodged an application for “part use of vacant store as hotel in

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Stockingfield Bridge in Glasgow has been shortlisted in the 2022 Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) People’s Choice Award. This competition showcases the best of civil engineering, recognising projects that have a positive impact on the local economy and communities whilst at the same time,

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Convery Prenty Shields Architects, West of Scotland Housing Association and Maryhill Housing have launched a three-week consultation over plans for a revised residential development in Kelvindale. The consultation concerns 1.5 acres of vacant ground opposite 35 Dalsholm Road, surrounded by railway l

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