Spectrum Properties

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Plans to demolish all but the façade and a number of key architectural features of B-listed Golfhill School and to build in its place 130 new flats in Dennistoun’s Circus Drive have been given the go-ahead by Glasgow City Council planners. The B-listed Golfhill School, close to Glasgow

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Glasgow-headquartered Spectrum Properties is set to expand an existing business park on a brownfield site in south east Glasgow with a range of different sized industrial and commercial units on a 1.8-acre site in Broad Street. Since 1861, the site has had various incarnations including use as a cot

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The future of the A-listed Mansion House, the Scottish baronial masterpiece in Tollcross Park in Glasgow, has been secured by its sale to a local property company which has already contributed hugely to the preservation and enhancement of some of the East End’s most outstanding buildings. Fami

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An agreement to acquire the thirty-year-old Lloyd Street Industrial Estate (LSIE) at Farme Cross in Glasgow will result in over a quarter of a million pounds of improvement works to improve road quality and security. Family-owned Spectrum Properties has acquired the heritable interest of the industr

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SCN's Just a Minute interview feature returns with Spectrum Properties managing director Bill Roddie. How did you get started in the industry? Hard work and determination. I judged that the property sector was the right one for me and decided to get involved. As they say, the world stopped

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Spectrum Properties has scooped a prize industrial facility in Glasgow to add to its portfolio of more than 700 commercial units in the city. It has taken on a 25,000 sq ft former factory on the Dixon’s Blazes Industrial Estate in the South Side for a sum in the region of £800,000,

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Spectrum Properties has thrown its support behind a major charity ensuring that some of the most disadvantaged children in the UK will enjoy a little light in their lives this Christmas. The family-run business based in Dalmarnock stepped in to provide office suite accommodation for KidsOut, a chari

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