Glasgow City Council has been given an update on the progress of the Glasgow Canal Regeneration Partnership (GCRP), in particular the Canal Action Plan for 2021-26, and to seek support for further work related to project delivery.
Bigg Regeneration – a joint venture between Scottish Canals and PfP Capital, managed by igloo Regeneration – has submitted a planning application to Glasgow City Council for 79 new waterfront homes to be built on the former Diageo distillery at Dundashill.
North west Glasgow’s skyline has been changed forever with the erection of a 30-metre steel mast at Stockingfield junction. The mast is the main supporting pylon for the new £12 million active travel bridge over the Forth & Clyde Canal.
The first delivery of steel work has now been fitted on-site at the new £12 million active travel bridge over the Forth & Clyde Canal in northwest Glasgow. The bridge will link the communities of Maryhill, Gilshochill and Ruchill in the city for the first time since the waterway open
The Winchburgh marina basin was filled with water for the first time last week as stakeholders gathered to mark the completion of the project. Viewed by Winchburgh Developments Ltd, Scottish Canals, engineering firms I&H Brown and Sweco, and members of the Winchburgh community, the filling
A first of a kind collaboration has been agreed between Scottish Canals and Historic Environment Scotland (HES) that will pave the way for a streamlined consent process for routine repairs to historic assets. Under the monumental Section 17 heritage agreement, a significant amount of works
Almost £20 million of improvement works are set to get underway across Scotland’s canals this winter. The capital investment from the Scottish Government will see major works and essential upgrades take place throughout the canal network, safeguarding the heritage assets for the future.
The regeneration of canals and rivers in cities around the world can lead to a decrease in mortality rates in surrounding locations and reducing the gap between deprived and affluent communities, according to new research. In a global first, the study led by Glasgow Caledonian University in partners