Glasgow

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The National Lottery Heritage Fund is starting a ten-year journey with Glasgow that will transform the area’s heritage, through its new Heritage Places initiative. Glasgow is one of the first nine places set to benefit from a share of £200 million targeted to unlock the potential of thei

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Dr Thomas Bone CBE, the last living principal of Jordanhill College which was once housed in the iconic David Stow building in Glasgow’s West End, made a return to his old stomping ground in the parklands of Jordanhill Park to unveil and officially open a new apartment building which has been

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Glasgow City Council has approved the disposal of a site in Laurieston and the compulsory purchase of three flats in Easterhouse, paving the way for the availability of more social homes in the city. The Laurieston site at Bedford Street / Eglinton Street, which is owned by the council, contains a d

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An action-packed play park for dogs is set to be the “best in Scotland” when it opens this weekend.

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Members of Glasgow City Council made an official visit to a new 46-home development in the west end of the city this week. Convenor for housing Councillor Kenny McLean, Councillor Patricia Ferguson along with colleagues from Glasgow City Councils’ Neighbourhoods, Regeneration and Sustainabilit

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BT Group said it has reaffirmed its commitment to Glasgow as it officially reopened its Clydeside building following a multi-million-pound refurbishment.

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Glasgow City Council has agreed to carry out a fresh screening opinion into a decision surrounding the demolition of high-rise flats at Wyndford Road after it admitted it “erred in law" by failing to adequately explain the basis for the initial decision.

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