Community projects by Southside Housing Association and Queens Cross Housing Association are among nine initiatives in Glasgow to have been awarded almost £3.7 million through the Scottish Government's Place Fund after Glasgow City Council approved the funding allocations yesterday. The Place
Councillors in Glasgow have agreed a budget that focuses on pandemic recovery, communities and supporting households most vulnerable to a cost-of-living crisis. Measures include a £25 million local infrastructure fund to tackle potholes, repairs and improvements; extra staff to carry out neigh
Glasgow's City Centre Task Force (CCTF) has announced plans to review the current model and concept of the 'Style Mile' - Argyle, Buchanan and Sauchiehall Streets - in the face of retail trends and increase in vacant units and sites that indicate the need to move to a mixed-use model in all town and
Glasgow City Council has become the first local authority in Scotland to develop a strategy that seeks to improve digital housing services, tackle digital exclusion, use technology and enhance the collection, analysis and display of housing data.
Urban Union has opened a new free to use community space featuring a gallery and exhibition area at 166 Gorbals Street, a Glasgow landmark and one of the last remaining historic buildings in the Gorbals. Built in 1900 and designed by architect James Salmon, the Grade A-listed building was once home
Glasgow's Buchanan Galleries is set to be demolished to make way for an £825 million mixed-use transformation, under new proposals for the site. Current owner Landsec is planning to create a new 'urban neighbourhood' complete with homes, retail, restaurants, and office space.
Glasgow City Council has received £1.542 million from the Scottish Government’s Tenant Grant Fund to support private and social rented tenants who have incurred rent arrears as a direct result of the Covid-19 pandemic.