ReGlasgow

Regeneration

INCREASE In Amount Of Derelict Glasgow Land Brought Back Into Use

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. This amounted to a 6.4 per cent reduction, from 1,069 to 1,005 hectares. These figures compared with reductions...

RESIDENTIAL Plan For Land In East End

REGENERATION programme Clyde Gateway wants permission for housing on a site in Dalmarnock. It has submitted an application seeking consent for the principle of residential development on land at Carstairs Street, French Street, Webster Street and Bonnar Street....

GO-Ahead Given For Hundreds Of New Homes At Cambuslang

APPROVAL has been given for more than 300 homes at East Whitlawburn in Cambuslang. The next phase of the regeneration of the area, south of Western Road, was given permission by councillors on South Lanarkshire Council’s planning committee. CCG (Scotland) Ltd, in...

GLASGOW East End Regeneration Set To Continue With ‘Calton Village’

NEARLY 270 flats and houses are being for a proposed for a site in Calton. The Wheatley Group has drawn up plans for 235 flats and 33 houses on vacant ground next to Gallowgate, at Melbourne Street, Armour Street and Sydney Street. The Calton Village development would...

ACTIVE Travel Link And Landscaping Approved For Glasgow Canal Basin

SCOTTISH Canals have been given permission to landscape rundown former industrial land at Port Dundas. Glasgow planning officials approved the proposals for Mid Wharf Street beside Pinkston Canal Basin, which include providing a path for pedestrians and cyclists as an...

ENTERPRISE Wharf Development Floated For Glasgow Canalside

PLANNERS are being asked to approve a three-storey office building made from adapted shipping containers beside the canal at Port Dundas in Glasgow. Scottish Canals have applied to develop the Enterprise Wharf facility which would offer affordable commercial office...

LANDSCAPED Walking And Cycling Route Floated For Wharfside At Pinkston

A PATH for pedestrians and cyclists is being proposed beside Pinkston Canal Basin as a vital link between two major Glasgow developments. Scottish Canals have applied for planning permission to landscape rundown former industrial land at Mid Wharf Street. The aim is...

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