Glasgow City Council

Council leader opens Partick’s £6.5m Broomhill Gate development

The official opening of Partick Housing Association’s new £6.5 million housing development at Broomhill Gate has been carried out by Councillor Frank McAveety, leader of Glasgow City Council.

Published 19 September 2016

Council approves sale of former Govan school site to Elderpark Housing Association

Elderpark Housing Association is to transform a former Govan school into new offices after the sale of the site was approved by Glasgow City Council.

Published 15 September 2016

Council to develop residential strategy for Glasgow city centre

Glasgow City Council is to draw up a new plan to allow more people to enjoy living in the city centre.

Published 12 September 2016

Housing associations work together to transform derelict Ruchazie site

A partnership between two housing associations has marked the next stage in the regeneration of a Glasgow community.

Published 7 September 2016

Glasgow residents help make Garnethill a litter free zone

Glasgow residents have joined forces in a bid to spruce up their local area by taking part in a litter pick.

Published 31 August 2016

Next stage of regeneration strategy for Glasgow city centre launched

The next stage of a ten year regeneration strategy for Glasgow city centre was launched yesterday by Councillor Frank McAveety, leader of Glasgow City Council.

Published 30 August 2016

WSHA celebrates £50m East Glasgow regeneration milestone

West of Scotland Housing Association (WSHA) was joined by minister for local government and housing Kevin Stewart MSP and Councillor George Redmond, executive member for jobs, business and investment at Glasgow City Council, at the launch of its latest housing development which celebrated a landmark £50 million investment in Camlachie/Barrowfield in East Glasgow.

Published 26 August 2016

GHA continues Pollokshaws regeneration with £4.7m development

Almost 50 new affordable homes are taking shape in the latest phase of a major regeneration project in the south side of Glasgow.

Published 15 August 2016

Thenue plans edge closer after compulsorily purchase approval

The Scottish Government has given Glasgow City Council permission to compulsorily purchase 14 areas of land on the edge of Glasgow Green to pave the way for Thenue Housing Association to develop new homes.

Published 9 August 2016

Glasgow City Council grant for Hawthorn Housing Co-operative

Hawthorn Housing Co-operative is to develop its successful estate caretaking service following a grant of £25,000 from Glasgow City Council’s co-operative development unit.

Published 5 August 2016

Volunteers sought to help improve Glasgow communities

Community-minded volunteers are being sought to help Glasgow City Council’s Environmental Task Force keep neighbourhoods looking their best.

Published 4 August 2016

Plans unveiled for 52 affordable new flats for Glasgow community

Work has started on building 52 new affordable homes for rent as part of a regeneration project in the west of Glasgow.

Published 15 July 2016

Common Housing Register pilot to be launched in Glasgow

A Common Housing Register (CHR) for Glasgow could be introduced to make it easier for people to find a rented home in the city.

Published 31 May 2016

Homeless Action Scotland raises concerns over ‘misguided’ Glasgow begging survey

A homelessness charity has criticised a survey which aims to gather the public’s opinion over begging in Glasgow city centre and warned it could lead to homeless people being further stigmatised.

Published 13 May 2016

Link Group completes £2.5m refurbishment of former Glasgow student flats

Link Group Ltd has recently completed the £2.5 million comprehensive refurbishment of properties at Buccleuch Street, Glasgow.

Published 5 May 2016