Clyde Gateway

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This new year will see the regeneration of the Dalmarnock area in Clyde Gateway flourish with hundreds of new homes under construction, the refurbishment of derelict industrial buildings, as well as the addition of a new bakery and supermarket. The projects make Dalmarnock one of the busiest constru

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Both residents and businesses are benefiting from Clyde Gateway's recent investments in green spaces, says Ian Manson. For Clyde Gateway, Scotland’s most ambitious regeneration project, there has been an increased focus on creating new green spaces. Aside from the many environmental reasons br

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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

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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

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The cabinet held its meeting in Clyde Gateway yesterday The Clyde Gateway regeneration programme has been awarded a £5.5 million cash injection from the Scottish Government.

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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

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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.

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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.

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