Councillor Marie McGurk and Sanctuary’s Gillian Lavety Renfrewshire Council has unveiled a five-year plan to deliver more than 1000 high-quality, affordable homes across the region over the next five years.
CCG (Scotland) Ltd has completed work on a stunning care home for visually impaired older people and an activity centre for veterans with sight loss. The £12 million project was undertaken on behalf of Scotland’s largest sight loss charity, Royal Blind, and its sister charity for visually impaire
How the new Retail Park at Wallneuk Road in Paisley will look Two of the UK’s fastest growing High Street brands have signed up as anchor tenants at a new £10 million retail park in Paisley, which has just won planning approval from Renfrewshire councillors.
Robertson Park in Renfrewshire has been upgraded with a worldwide first KOMPAN Robinia castle and lots of play equipment to bring greater play value to the area. Offically opened last week by Councillor Cathy McEwan, the Robertson Park play space draws inspiration from the local surrounding area pro
An artist's impression of what the revamped Clyde Waterfront would look like A £90 million proposal to regenerate the Clyde Waterfront is to be called in by the Scottish Government at the request of three local authorities to “streamline” the planning process.
Initial designs for a cultural and creative quarter in Paisley have been unveiled by Glasgow architects Stallan-Brand. Developed in conjunction with Paisley Community Trust (PCT), the £24.7 million proposals include a three to five screen cinema, 500 seat main theatre, 150 seat studio theatre, rehe
Renfrewshire Council has today approved a £45.7 million investment package for Paisley town centre to help the town’s bid to be UK City of Culture 2021. Councillors agreed to set aside funds for major infrastructure projects which support the wider push to transform Paisley's future usin
A major package of capital investment in Paisley town centre is set to be considered by Renfrewshire councillors this week. Plans being put forward propose a package of investment totalling £45.7 million in refurbishment and upgrades to Paisley town hall, Paisley Arts Centre, a new venue at th
The architect behind plans for the bridge which forms part of the £90.7 million Clyde Waterfront and Renfrew Riverside regeneration project has unveiled its shipbuilding inspired design. Tony Kettle from the Kettle Collective, the award-winning architect behind the Falkirk Wheel, said he hopes his
An artist's impression of what the revamped Clyde Waterfront would look like Plans for two new bridges are to form the centrepiece of infrastructure projects to regenerate part of the Clyde waterfront and improve the area around Glasgow Airport.
AS Homes (Scotland) Ltd has been granted planning consent for a new £17 million development of 132 homes for social rent and sale in Paisley. Plans and information about the homes at Love Street, which are built for Sanctuary Scotland Housing Association, were submitted to Renfrewshire Council in D
Glasgow fit-out contractor Morris & Spottiswood has successfully delivered a £1.75 million makeover for River Clyde Homes including the creation of an energy saving biomass heating system. The completion of the 12-month project at Cartsdyke Apartments in Greenock means that heating and hot wate
Council leaders have formally backed plans to build a direct rail link between Glasgow Airport, Paisley and Glasgow city centre. The £144 million Glasgow Airport Access Project is the flagship project for the £1.13 billion Glasgow City Region City Deal.
Plans have been revealed for a £49 million redevelopment of Paisley Museum. The scheme forms part Renfrewshire Council's plans to use Paisley's heritage and cultural assets to transform its future, including a bid for UK City of Culture 2021. Funding proposals for the project will be considered by
Plans to create an immigration holding facility near Glasgow Airport have been rejected by Renfrewshire Council due to the building’s location. Members of the council's planning and property policy board unanimously refused a planning application to establish a facility with 20 bedrooms and ancill