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Regeneration

£5.7MILLION Contract To Flesh Out Glasgow Meat Market Site

GLASGOW City Council is inviting contractors to bid for a £5.7million project as part of plans to transform the Meat Market site in the East End. The infrastructure and public realm contract covers construction of new roads, high quality hard and soft landscaping,...

GROUND Being Readied For New 600-Home Glasgow Canal Neighbourhood

WORK is underway to prepare the former Diageo distillery site near Glasgow's canal for a massive housing development. Six hundred homes are to be built as part of the Dundashill project which is being delivered by Scottish Canals, Bigg Regeneration and Igloo...

PLANNING Application Submitted For Hamiltonhill Transformation

QUEENS Cross Housing Association has applied for planning permission in principle for more than 600 homes in the Hamiltonhill area of Glasgow. The application also includes small-scale commercial units, car parking and landscaping. It follows agreement earlier this...

GLASGOW Continues Progress In Reducing Derelict Land

GLASGOW'S level of derelict land was cut by more than 40 hectares during 2017, the sixth year in a row that a reduction has taken place. The total amount of vacant and derelict land in Glasgow at 2017 stood at 1,069 hectares, according to an annual national survey....

CITY Council Submits Plans For East End Meat Market Site Makeover

A MASTERPLAN to transform the massive Meat Market site in the east end of Glasgow is moving forward, with submission of planning applications for new public realm plus work to make the land attractive to developers. Under the plans, infrastructure to support future...

BLUEPRINT To Transform Hamiltonhill With 600 Houses And Public Realm

MORE than 600 new homes are proposed for Hamiltonhill in Glasgow under a new masterplan which aims to reinvent the area as an eco-village. The blueprint, drawn up after extensive community consultation, includes new and improved greenspace and public realm and has...

MASSIVE Housing And Commercial Development Agreed For Sighthill

GLASGOW City Council has signed an agreement with Glasgow Housing Association (GHA) and Keepmoat Homes to deliver more than 800 new homes at the Sighthill Transformational Regeneration Area (TRA) in the city. The £250million Sighthill project is the biggest...

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