Glasgow City Council

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Wellhouse Housing Association (WHA) has underlined its support of Glasgow City Council’s Homeless Services with the provision of additional properties to be used as temporary accommodation for homeless families. The organisation now has ten properties which can be used as temporary furnished

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Plans have been submitted to build flats in Springboig in Glasgow. Developers plan to transform existing retail units, on Springboig Road into eight homes near to Glen Avenue.

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Glasgow City Council has rejected plans to convert a rundown pub in The Barras to be turned into a cafe with new flats above it. The proposal concerned the fire-damaged Traders' Tavern located in Stevenson Street at Kent Street which has been derelict for several years.

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Cadder Housing Association has been able to provide further services to support local households during these difficult times thanks to funding from Glasgow City Council’s Communities Fund. The services, which will be provided by the Citizens Advice Bureau to all Cadder residents, include

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Cassiltoun Housing Association has started to welcome tenants to its first new-build project for over 15 years. The ‘Barlia 3’ development is delivering 42 units for social rent. Providing a mixture of apartment flats, cottage flats and three-story townhouses, the project is spread over

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Plans to build 42 flats and two shops at a Calton site have been rejected by Glasgow City Council. The site is currently occupied by a shop, a takeaway, a pub and an old engineering workshop.

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Frameworks to guide the regeneration of the Blythswood and Central districts of Glasgow city centre over the next decade have been approved. District Regeneration Frameworks (DRFs) have now been agreed for five of the city centre's nine districts following the previous approval of DRFs for

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Blackwood Housing and Care has been awarded £430,000 which will enable it to adapt homes and directly improve the lives of people with disabilities across Scotland, enabling them to live as independently as possible. The funding from the Scottish Government, Glasgow City Council, and the

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Glasgow City Council has rejected plans submitted by Wheatley Group to demolish 12 lock-up garages and build seven mews-style homes in the city's West End. The planning application concerned the rear of 7 Lowther Terrace at Redlands Lane, just off Great Western Road.

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Glasgow City Council was yesterday given an update on the progress of the Sighthill Transformational Regeneration Area (TRA) which noted the achievement of key milestones and looked forward to future projects within the TRA.

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