Glasgow City Council

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Glasgow City Council's chief executive Annemarie O'Donnell is to leave the local authority later this year. Annemarie has told council leader Susan Aitken that she will step down in May, after almost a decade in post and more than 30 years in local government in Glasgow.

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A Glasgow City Council committee has approved the disposal of land, a former childcare unit and a car park to a developer and local housing associations - a decision that will bring more than 80 new homes to the city. The committee also approved the beginning of negotiations with multiple housing as

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Glasgow City Council has become the third local authority in Scotland to formally declare a housing emergency after it highlighted "unprecedented" pressures in relation to homelessness.

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Shelter Scotland has urged councillors in Glasgow to unite behind the declaration of a housing emergency today. The housing and homelessness charity has been leading the campaign for local authorities to declare a housing emergency and commit to delivering an action plan to tackle it.

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Glasgow City Council is to lease a former housing and council tax office at 30 Charles Street in the Royston area to a charity - Glasgow's No1 Baby and Family Support Service - to allow the expansion of the charity's services.

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Glasgow City Council has approved the disposal of a site in Shakespeare Street, and the beginning of negotiation for the disposal of another, in Seamill Street - that will allow housing associations to create supported accommodation for vulnerable people and housing for homeless families. Both sites

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A proposal to regenerate Drumchapel town centre is among several Scottish projects to have been successful in obtaining Levelling Up funding from the UK Government. Awarded a total of £15 million, the project aims to reinvigorate the local high street and create a quality environment at t

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The Glasgow Care & Repair Service managed and delivered by Southside Housing Association has been awarded a Scottish Quality Mark Accreditation. Funded by Glasgow City Council and Glasgow City Health & Social Care Partnership, the service aims to help keep older and disabled people

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