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, rain gardens, architectural feature lighting and street furniture.
The work, which is expected to take 12 months to carry out, will also include street lighting, sewers, a drainage system, water and gas mains, electricity distribution — including a new sub-station — and telecommunications ducts,
The project is required to make the land bounded by Duke Street, Bellgrove Street and Melbourne Street attractive to developers.
Public consultation on plans for 250 flats has already started.
| More about the proposed Meat Market masterplan in previous story