Glasgow City Council

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Councillor Susan Aitken, leader of Glasgow City Council; Annemarie O’Donnell, chief executive, Glasgow City Council; Alastair MacNish, chair, Wheatley Group; The Lord Provost, Councillor Eva Bolander; Martin Armstrong, chief executive, Wheatley Group; Bernadette Hewitt, tenant chair, GHA; Councill

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Leader of Glasgow City Council, Councillor Susan Aitken marks the start of work on new Loretto homes at Buckley Street with (from left) Wheatley Group’s Jackie McIntosh, Paul Sweeney MP, Patrick Flynn of Glasgow City Council, Douglas Robin of Loretto Housing, Bob Doris MSP, Wheatley Group’s Olga

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(from left) Young Queens Cross residents Charmaine Campbell, TK Maskume, Jordana Bashir, and James Mitchell help launch the new £10,000 Community Chest fund A new £10,000 fund has been set up to help lift young people in north west Glasgow out of poverty.

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Glasgow’s Pollokshaws area is a step closer to its next phase of regeneration after developers Urban Union submitted a planning application to Glasgow City Council. Developed with the assistance of architects and town planners Barton Willmore, the application includes plans for 137 residential pro

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Cadder Housing Association is to invest £5.6 million to deliver up to 50 new homes at a former school site in Glasgow. Contractor McTaggart Construction is already on site at the new development, which will include a mix of flats and terraced houses.

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Glasgow City Council has given approval to entering into a partnership agreement with Scottish Canals and Scottish Water to deliver the North Glasgow Integrated Water Management System (NGIWMS). This is an innovative system that will use the Forth and Clyde Canal and new technology to tackle the cap

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Partick Housing Association has received approval from Glasgow City Council to proceed with the demolition and site clearance of the former care home at 32 Laurel Street. The Association, which plans to build new flats on the site, has appointed Reigart Contracts Ltd to undertake the demolition work

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Councillor Susan Aitken (centre) with residents and staff from Cromwell Sheltered Housing complex May Lyttle, William McMillan, Dennis McGowan, Jane Drummond and Lilian Kerr More than 15,000 older Glaswegians are set to benefit from a £100 winter warmer thanks to Glasgow City Council’s Affordable

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A tenement building in Glasgow partially collapsed overnight as Storm Ophelia battered the UK and Ireland yesterday. Firefighters were called to the unoccupied Albert Road tenement in Crosshill at about 4 am on Tuesday morning after reports of debris falling into the street. Brickwork and windows on

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The provision of services for homeless people in Glasgow is to be further depleted after a night shelter announced it is to close on a Tuesday and Wednesday night. The city’s Hamish Allan Centre, where people are assessed for a bed, will cut back on its emergency out-of-hours services from next we

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