A planning application regarding proposals by New Gorbals Housing Association (NGHA) and Urban Union to deliver a residential development on the site of the former Coliseum Theatre in Laurieston has now been submitted.
Urban Union will today hand over its first eight properties on its inaugural fully self-delivered development. The handovers, at Pollokshaws Living in the south side of Glasgow, mark a significant milestone for the developer, which up until 2019 exclusively used its shareholders to deliver its const
Regeneration firm Urban Union has strengthened its Glasgow-based team with four new appointments, as it continues to transform communities across Scotland. Daniel MacDonald, Claire Ferris, Ashleigh Donnelly and Chloe Paterson will join Urban Union’s head office in Glasgow across the firm&rsquo
Regeneration firm Urban Union is strengthening its team with a new appointment to its commercial department. Ewan Boyd will join the firm's head office in Glasgow, in his new role as senior quantity surveyor.
Neil McKay highlights the importance of social housing and building communities as a key factor in helping Scotland recover from the COVID recession. A new report released by housing and social research charities demonstrates that not only could the construction of affordable and social housing help
Neil McKay, the managing director of regeneration firm Urban Union Ltd, has been appointed to serve on the board of social landlord Abbeyfield Scotland Ltd. Mr McKay, who has been at the helm of Urban Union since 2016, has been elected onto Abbeyfield’s board due to his experien
Regeneration company Urban Union has officially handed over its 1,000th home just six years after completing its first. Part of Robertson Group, the firm has four developments across Scotland, including two in Glasgow, one in Perth and one in Edinburgh.
More than 450 pupils from St Francis Primary School have taken part in a series of bespoke run workshops run by Urban Union, at the Laurieston Living development in the Gorbals area of Glasgow. Regeneration specialists Urban Union - part of the Robertson Group - created a series of workshops and sit
Regeneration developer Urban Union has announced its first direct apprenticeship programme, welcoming two new apprentices for a total of 12 weeks. (from left) Apprentices Jake Clark and Jimmy Callaghan with Urban Union managing director, Neil McKay