A BUSY section of Glasgow’s canal towpath is closed for around 20 days to allow construction work on a new pedestrian/cycle bridge.
A THREE-storey office building made from adapted shipping containers can be built beside the canal at Port Dundas in Glasgow, planners have agreed.
THE latest phase of new homes at Maryhill Lochs in north Glasgow has been completed.
SIXTY-four hectares of vacant and derelict land was returned to productive use in Glasgow last year — the equivalent of 90 full-sized football pitches.
DESIGNS have been revealed for the first homes set to be built as part of a major new residential development north of Glasgow City Centre.
TWO new Charles Rennie Mackintosh-inspired murals have been painted along the canal towpath at Firhill in Glasgow.
SCOTTISH Canals have been given permission to landscape rundown former industrial land at Port Dundas.
PLANNERS are being asked to approve a three-storey office building made from adapted shipping containers beside the canal at Port Dundas in Glasgow.
A PATH for pedestrians and cyclists is being proposed beside Pinkston Canal Basin as a vital link between two major Glasgow developments.
SCOTTISH Canals has applied for planning permission to build a three-way bridge on the Forth and Clyde Canal in Glasgow to solve a “200-year-old access conundrum” and connect local communities.