Glasgow City Council's decision to reject plans to transform the city’s landmark Lyceum Cinema into a cinema, concert hall and restaurant has been upheld on appeal. Building owner Versatyle Ltd’s application for the vacant B-listed Art Deco building, including a first-floor cinema w
Nine community projects in Glasgow have been awarded almost £3.7 million through the Scottish Government's Place Fund after Glasgow City Council approved the funding allocations today. The Place Fund is a Scottish Government capital fund for local authorities to allocate, working collaborative
Planning applications to expand a Glasgow hotel and another to transform the site into flats have both gained permission in principle. Last year, hotel owner Ivory Group Ltd had sought consent to the principle of converting The Ivory on Camphill Avenue at Langside Avenue to residentia
Construction and property consultancy Thomas & Adamson (T&A) has been appointed by law firms Shepherd & Wedderburn and Morton Fraser to deliver over 36,000 sq. ft of commercial fit-outs in Edinburgh and Glasgow city centre. T&A will provide project and cost management servi
Glasgow's City Centre Task Force (CCTF) has announced plans to review the current model and concept of the 'Style Mile' - Argyle, Buchanan and Sauchiehall Streets - in the face of retail trends and increase in vacant units and sites that indicate the need to move to a mixed-use model in all town and
Partick Housing Association and Hanover Scotland could be set for a major planning boost next week regarding their joint proposal to demolish a listed building and build new flats near the Forth and Clyde Canal at Anniesland.