A decision into plans to demolish a former social work base and deliver 12 affordable apartments in Cranhill has been delayed by Glasgow City Council.
The developer behind plans for affordable flats in Cranhill is hoping to overturn a planning decision by the local authority.
Thenue Housing Association has applied for planning permission for 41 units for social rent in Dalmarnock.
Glasgow City Council has rejected plans to demolish a former social work base in Cranhill to build affordable flats.
Thenue Housing has been granted planning permission to develop a current gap site between two 100-year-old category ‘C’ listed sandstone tenements in Bridgeton. A five-storey building with 10 one-bedroom flats for elderly tenants will be built at 44 Dalmarnock Road.
Architectural practice Elder & Cannon has drawn up proposals for a mixed-use development comprising 14 flats and a retail unit for a currently vacant site in Castlemilk.
Charles Turner, chief executive of Thenue Housing, has sent his congratulations to Scottish Housing News on its 20th anniversary on behalf of the whole Thenue team.
Thenue Housing has gained applied for planning permission to develop 18 terraced houses and cottage flats at the site of a former school in north east Glasgow Under plans designed by Coltart Earley, the land formerly occupied by Littlehill Primary School on Craighead Avenue will provide a mix of one
Thenue Housing can progress its plans for 45 homes for social rent after Glasgow City Council agreed to sell a former community centre site to the Association. Members of the council's contracts and property committee approved the off-market disposal of land to Thenue last week for an exp
Glasgow City Council is being asked to approve off-market disposal of land to Thenue Housing Association for the delivery of 45 homes for social rent. The Association hopes to develop land at Lily Street and Connal Street, beside Springfield Road, which was previously occupied by Dalm
Thenue Housing Association has awarded an £880,000 contract to refurbish 100-year-old red sandstone tenement flats in Glasgow.
Ten council-owned sites across Glasgow are to be sold to housing associations to ensure the delivery of affordable homes continues post lockdown.
Thenue Housing has applied for planning permission to develop 18 terraced houses and cottage flats at the site of a former school in north east Glasgow
More new homes for Glasgow’s East End are under way as Thenue Housing’s 40th anniversary year draws to a close. (from left) Charles Turner, Allan Callaghan and Eleanor Derbyshire
Thenue Housing has begun work on building more homes for Glasgow's East End just weeks after launching its most recent development. A total of 27 flats are being built at Landressy Place, Bridgeton on the site of a former care home.