Glasgow City Council

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Housing First has delivered almost 250 Glasgow tenancies for people experiencing homelessness within the city. Former bar worker, Fraser, is starting a new life in a secure settled tenancy after experiencing homelessness on and off since his teens. Four weeks ago, the 44-year-old got the keys to a f

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A forthcoming project that will better manage flood risk and improve greenspace in Cardonald in Glasgow has recently won the esteemed Building with Nature National Award at the Landscape Institute Awards 2021. The joint project between Southside Housing Association and Glasgow City Council through t

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A £3 million investment by the Scottish National Investment Bank will see 25 high-quality family homes being built in the Nitshill area of Glasgow to be sold to local social housing tenants and first-time buyers. The Bank’s loan stipulates homes in the Station Wynd development must first

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Glasgow City Council has continued to reduce the level of vacant and derelict land in the city over although the decrease is lower than average in recent years as a result of the pandemic, a report to councillors has concluded. A council committee met yesterday to receive an update on the

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Today's instalment in our COP26SHN feature highlights the pioneering retrofit of a pre-1919 tenement to Passivhaus enerPHit standards being undertaken on behalf of Southside Housing Association in Glasgow. Glasgow has around 73,000 iconic pre-1919 sandstone tenements. Their age, built form, conditio

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Glasgow City Council has launched a call for views, ideas and participation on the Glasgow Green Deal – a nine-year mission to transform the city's economy to tackle the climate and ecological emergencies. The call for ideas will be launched today at a COP26 event run by Eurocities – the

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Cassiltoun Housing Association was delighted to welcome Glasgow City Council officers to its new build development at Barlia Row, Castlemilk earlier this month. Although the development was completed almost a year ago, restrictions on on-site visits meant that there was a delay in presenting th

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The old Haghill Primary School site in Glasgow’s East End is to be transformed into affordable housing after councillors approved the sale of the land to Milnbank Housing Association. Glasgow City Council had already started demolition of the crumbling B-listed building in Marwi

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Glasgow City Council has approved a building warrant application allowing the demolition of the former Partick Baptist Church premises. The church located in Crow Road, which dates from the 1920s, is not listed or within a conservation area so no planning permission or formal notification procedures

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The former steamie at Govanhill Baths in Glasgow is to be converted into a community shop selling discounted food after securing permission from Glasgow City Council. Govanhill Baths Preservation Trust has obtained permission to open a “membership-led shop that provides good quality food at a

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