A ground-breaking project to install one of the country’s most innovative and sustainable heating systems at the Clyde Gateway regeneration programme has been completed in partnership with Scottish Water Horizons. The state-of-the-art district heating network at the Clyde Gateway site in Glasg
Clyde Gateway's project manager Amy Wimpenny details the introduction of a 20-minute neighbourhood scheme in the area. The last twelve months have seen a dramatic change to the way we live and work. Never have we all spent so much time in and around our local area. The concept of 20-minute neighbour
The Clyde Gateway regeneration programme will today break ground in Dalmarnock to install one of the country’s most innovative and sustainable heating systems – helping to reduce fuel poverty in the area following £2.1 million funding from SP Energy Networks’ Green Econo
Springfield Properties has signed an agreement totalling £18.2 million with West of Scotland Housing Association (WSHA) for the development of 114 affordable homes and two commercial units in Dalmarnock.
Cruden Building director Gordon Lee and Wendy Kilshaw who has just completed the latest Learning Works course Opportunities for jobless people to learn new skills have been given a £5,000 boost from generous construction firm Cruden Building.
An innovative free course designed to help unemployed people living in the east end of Glasgow learn new skills to help them get back into employment came to an end last week, with those taking part attending a celebration event. ‘Learning Works’ is a pioneering employability course joint funded
Roy Stirrat, chair of Link Group (left) and Lord Smith of Kelvin, chair of Clyde Gateway Regeneration firm Clyde Gateway paid around £1.5 million more for a piece of derelict land in Glasgow after it altered an independent valuers’ report of the site, according to reports.
Roy Stirrat, chair of Link Group (left) and Lord Smith of Kelvin, chair of Clyde Gateway The latest stage on the ongoing transformation of the Glasgow’s East End will see 550 homes constructed on the site of the former Dalmarnock Power Station, it was revealed yesterday.
A partnership programme involving West of Scotland Housing Association (WSHA), Clyde Gateway and the Celtic FC Foundation is set to expand thanks to a grant award of £450,000 from the Big Lottery Fund that will help ensure its delivery over the next three years. The Gateway to Health and Opportunit