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The developers of a proposed new care home in Anniesland have said the future of a nearby bowling and tennis club could be secured if the project is taken forward. Located on Anniesland Road, Yarrow Recreation Club has been a valuable community asset for over half a century and has been utilise

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Glasgow's Liveable Neighbourhoods are set to reduce the city's car dependency by transforming streets into safer, more attractive spaces where everyday needs can be met locally and where people travelling actively and by public transport are prioritised. The climate crisis and recent pandemic have b

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Internal glass specialist Indeglås has been appointed by Multiplex to provide design and construction services on the £86 million Adam Smith Business School at the University of Glasgow, including the production of a full BIM Level 2 model. The six-storey building is the fourth major dev

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The building at 225 Bath Street in Glasgow is to be demolished and replaced with student accommodation after it was sold for £9.3 million. Investment company AEW UK REIT said yesterday it had completed the sale, adding that the deal "realises a long-term change-of-use strategy f

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Wheatley Homes Glasgow has been given the green light to develop 48 homes for mid-market rent at Milton in the north of the city. Collective Architecture has designed three blocks for a site on the corner of Ashgill Road at Colston Road which is currently occupied by the Association’s loc

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A 121-metre mythical serpent will form the centrepiece of the artwork being installed on the site of the new Stockingfield Bridge in north west Glasgow. The work of the project’s art curator Nichol Wheatley, the Beithir, a large snakelike creature in Gaelic folklore, is one of 11 art projects

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An £18 million bespoke hotel development on the site currently occupied by Oswald House and the adjacent vacant site on Glasgow’s Broomielaw has been granted planning approval. Mosaic Architecture + Design submitted the application on behalf of HMH One Clyde last year.

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Planning permission is being sought for 128 houses and flats on a 2.5-hectare former ammunition factory in Carntyne. Following a public consultation, the proposal by AS Homes Scotland and S2 Architecture would see 90 houses, a mix of two, three and four-bedroom properties, on land on Myreside S

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Glasgow-based urban regeneration specialist Kelvin Properties has today had its application validated to redevelop a traditional 1890s school building, which will bring 49 new homes to the city’s West End. The building, which has lain vacant for a number of years, will be converted into 24 pro

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The Scottish Government has announced £16.2 million in funding for five zero-emission heat networks that will cut carbon emissions in homes and commercial properties. Made by First Minister Nicola Sturgeon and zero carbon buildings minister Patrick Harvie during a visit to ng homes i

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Drum Property Group has completed the construction of 324 Build to Rent (BTR) apartments for Legal & General Investment Management (LGIM) at Buchanan Wharf on Glasgow’s Clydeside. Named ‘Solasta Riverside’, the 280,000 sq. ft. complex has been purpose designed to meet the incre

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The building previously known as Tay House, which uniquely crosses the M8 motorway in Glasgow, is set for a full rebrand and £3 million refurbishment, and has already signed up new tenants. London & Scottish Property Investment Management (LSPIM), on behalf of Regional REIT, has begun the

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The final building in the Crown Street Regeneration Project was officially opened by Nicola Sturgeon, First Minister of Scotland and MSP for Glasgow Southside, on Friday 12th August. Developed by New Gorbals Housing Association, North Gate is located at the junction of Laurieston Road and Crown

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