GLASGOW City Council is planning to give 25 kilometres of city centre road space to pedestrians and cyclists as part of pandemic physical distancing measures.
A DEVELOPER is making another attempt to build apartments at a disused Finnieston bowling green.
PLANNING permission is being sought to turn an empty job centre building in Bridgeton into nearly 50 flats.
A MAJOR residential development is being proposed for derelict land just north of central Glasgow.
GLASGOW’S Space for Distancing initiative has been awarded £3.5million from Sustrans Scotland to support physical distancing measures across the city and help to stifle the spread of Covid-19.
A MULTI-million pound project to build a new quay wall along a stretch of the Clyde — providing a crucial riverside walkway — looks to set to go ahead.
GLASGOW City Council has appointed a multi-disciplinary team of local and international consultants to prepare pioneering planning frameworks for the future of four City Centre districts.
DESIGNS to re-imagine Rottenrow Gardens and surrounding streets as an “inspirational city centre space” have been submitted for planning approval by the University of Strathclyde.
PLANS to transform a large retail building in Govan into a supermarket for grocery retailer Aldi have been unveiled.
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