Glasgow City Council

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Cladding used on a set of tower blocks in Glasgow will be inspected as the local authority continues its progress to identify and test buildings believed to contain aluminium composite material (ACM) cladding. Last week it was revealed residents in two of the blocks at the Glasgow Harbour developmen

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The Homelessness and Rough Sleeping Action Group A panel of homelessness experts from across Scotland met for the first time on Thursday as work to address the challenges of rough sleeping, and how temporary accommodation can best be utilised, officially got underway.

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Image of the Grenfell Tower fire courtesy of Natalie Oxford via Twitter Glasgow City Council has been criticised in the Scottish Parliament, after it emerged that the extent of the combustible cladding used in the city should be known by Friday.

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Combustible cladding has been found in 57 private high-rise properties in Glasgow though it is understood that the total number of flats affected is likely to be in the low hundreds. Glasgow City Council made the admission after Holyrood's local government and communities committee was told earlier

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Work on the first phase of a £5.12 million improvement programme for almost 200 homes in the Priesthill area of Glasgow has now been completed. Glasgow City Council, which part-funded the improvements, was asked to intervene when concerns were raised by residents and elected members about the condi

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Partick Housing Association has started work on its latest project to provide much needed affordable homes in the heart of Partick, by transforming the site of the former St Peter’s Primary School. Iain Nicolson, chair of the Association’s investment committee, said: “There is a real shortage

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GHA tenants join Councillor Kenny McLean, GHA chair Bernadette Hewitt, staff from GHA and Wheatley Group, elected members, as well as staff from the city council and others, at the opening of 47 new GHA homes in Pollokshaws New GHA homes in the south of Glasgow are providing modern spacious places t

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(from left) Robert Kelso and Kevin Halpin of McTaggart Construction, Helen Graham and Mattie McGeouch of Hawthorn Housing Co-operative committee, Councillor Gary Gray and Peter Kelly of Hawthorn Hawthorn Housing Co-operative and McTaggart Construction have officially broken ground on their project t

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A motion to commission a report to investigate the possibility of introducing Rent Pressure Zones (RPZs) across Glasgow has been approved by councillors. Designed to cap any future increase in rent in a local authority area, RPZs will become available as part of the new Private Housing (Tenancies) (

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Glasgow City Council has approved the sale of land at a former hospital to Yoker Housing Association paving the way for new homes to be developed at the site. The Association will pay the council £100,000 for part of the site which was previously home to Blawarthill Hospital.

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Gordon Sloan and Lorraine Starrs, head of asset management for City Building (Glasgow); Gordon Dillon, head of operations for City Building (Glasgow); Alan Burns, deputy exec director of City Building; painter and decorator Macauley Wood; and joiners Naveed Mohammed and Christopher Murray A new impr

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Work is set to get underway on the next phase of regeneration at the award-winning Laurieston Living development in the Gorbals area of Glasgow. Laurieston is one of eight Transformational Regeneration Areas (TRA) in the city earmarked for regeneration as part of the Transforming Communities: Glasgo

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