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Lar Housing Trust is hailing its latest regeneration project in Glasgow as the start of a major push to bring derelict and disused buildings in the city back to life. The housing charity, which has over 40 mid-market rental developments across Scotland, has been granted planning permission to conver

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The University of Glasgow was praised this week for sharing its multi-million vision to supplement the ongoing growth of Govan as a thriving place for living and working. Community groups – including local housing providers Linthouse, Govan and Elderpark – were told of the University&rsq

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American-headquartered Celeros Flow Technology (Celeros FT) has today unveiled plans to offer redundant land at its ClydeUnion Pumps facility in Glasgow to the residential market and use the funds to reinvest in the business. The Cathcart site comprises approximately 18 acres, including si

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Network Rail is set to begin work on a £3.8 million investment on the rail bridge spanning the A8 at Saltmarket, near Glasgow Cross. The 12-month programme, from August 15 until September 2023, will include essential repairs to extend the lifespan of the bridge as part of Network Rail’s

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Discount supermarket chain Aldi has announced plans for a new £4.6 million store in the Broomhouse area of Glasgow, marking the start of a formal consultation programme on the proposals. Located at Boghall Road, the development will create up to 35 local jobs within the store, along with new j

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Real estate investor AM alpha has appointed Cushman & Wakefield as leasing advisor for its landmark office development 200 Broomielaw in Glasgow. The 80,000 sq ft Grade A office building is currently being extensively refurbished with practical completion due later this month.

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Network Rail has started work to remove the bridge on Nithsdale Road in Glasgow as part of the Barrhead to Glasgow electrification project. Significant round-the-clock activity which began at the weekend included the use of a crane and lorries to remove bridge materials from the site.

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Glasgow City Council is to allocate almost £104 million to housing associations and private developers to build new affordable homes in the city in 2022/23. The council has provided an update on the delivery of the city's Affordable Housing Supply Programme (AHSP), and how it will bring t

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A Glasgow City Council committee has learned about the continued fall in the amount of Vacant and Derelict Land (VDL) in the city and approved the acceptance of the 2022/23 Vacant and Derelict Land Fund (VDLF) award to the city from the Scottish Government. The committee also received an update on t

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A developer has failed in its bid to overturn a decision to reject its plans for a major residential development beside the canal near Speirs Wharf. In February, Glasgow City Council’s planning committee voted 11:4 against an application by Hoxton Securities for 182 flats on a g

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Plans to transform the site of a former school in Glasgow into a residential development have moved to the planning stage. Robertson Living and EMA want to deliver 65 homes on land formerly occupied by Howford School on Crookston Road.

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Green Investment Group (GIG) and Fortum have reached financial close on the South Clyde Energy-from-Waste Plant. The organisations are 50/50 shareholders in the project and have now made initial funding commitments to deliver the c.45MWe gross plant in Glasgow.

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The Scottish Prison Service (SPS) has awarded Kier the preconstruction services contract to deliver HMP Glasgow, the new prison that is set to replace Victorian-era HMP Barlinnie in 2026. HMP Glasgow will be a modern facility built on a 54-acre site in Provanmill. SPS intends that it will be designe

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