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MAJOR Glasgow City Centre Headquarters Office Development Approved

A MASSIVE new city centre office building -- that is set to be a headquarters for a global financial institution -- has been given the go-ahead by Glasgow City councillors. The 14-storey, 270,000-square-foot development has been approved for a high-profile site...

CASH Lined Up For Historic Libraries’ Next Chapter

£1MILLION is set to be spent on two historic Glasgow libraries. The money has been earmarked for the facilities in Parkhead and Elderpark, Govan, by city officials and comes from Glasgow's share of a Scottish Government fund aimed at supporting town centres....

TOLLCROSS Winter Gardens Set To Be Saved Under £1Million Council Plan

GLASGOW City Council officials are proposing funding of £1million to restore the storm-damaged Tollcross Winter Gardens. If approved by councillors, the cash would come from £3million that Glasgow is being given from a Scottish Government scheme aimed at helping town...

DECISION Delayed On Major Argyle Street Office Development

COUNCILLORS delayed a decision on whether several buildings in Glasgow City Centre can be demolished to make way for a £95million office block. The 14-storey, 378,000-square-foot building is proposed for a high-profile site bounded by Robertson Street, Robertson Lane,...

GO-Ahead Given For More Than 100 Riverside Flats In East End

A DEVELOPMENT of more than 100 flats -- including conversion of a C-listed former school -- has been approved for a site beside the Clyde at Dalmarnock. The project at Carstairs Street involves four building elements -- with a total of 111 flats -- plus a public...

REPRIEVE For Glasgow East End Listed Building

CITY officials have rejected a plan to demolish a listed building in Glasgow’s East End. The planning department refused an application seeking to knock down 75 Tobago Street. It's owners had already appointed a demolition contractor who had prepared a method...

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