Glasgow City Council

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Glasgow City Council has unveiled a programme of cuts to save £103 million over 2016/17 and 2017/18. The local authority governing Scotland's largest city will have to trim 7 per cent from its budget in order to tackle "the unprecedented financial challenge of the next two years".

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Gordon Matheson A project has been launched to help develop a long-term plan to allow Glasgow more resilient to challenges ranging from climate change to poverty.

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The Athletes’ Village in Glasgow is one of nine housing projects competing for the Royal Town Planning Institute’s (RTPI) prestigious planning awards this year. Submitted by Glasgow City Council, the project has involved the regeneration and development of a large area of 32.5 hectares of brownf

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Glasgow City Council has revealed details of the range of projects to benefit from its share of a £1.13 billion City Deal over the next 10 years. The work, which will result in £400 million being spent in Glasgow, will include a new bridge, cycle routes, improved roads and pavements and the creati

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Glasgow City Council has told Scottish Housing News that it “fully acknowledges” people have had to be turned away from its homelessness services as it struggles to deal with a “logjam” in temporary accommodation. Following an undercover investigation by The Evening Times, which found as man

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Resident David Murray with Bailie Liz Cameron during her visit to his home on the Anderston development, Glasgow Hundreds of Glasgow families now reside in new homes after a regeneration project reached a major milestone.

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Glasgow City Council received almost 5000 applications for homelessness assistance last year. And official statistics show that more than 400 people slept on the city streets the night before approaching the local authority, the Evening Times has reported.

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Glasgow City Council has passed a motion in support of a campaign calling for reform of the private rented sector. The council unanimously signed up to support Shelter Scotland’s Make Renting Right campaign which aims to make Scotland’s growing private rented sector fit for families and fairer f

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Roy Stirrat, chair of Link Group (left) and Lord Smith of Kelvin, chair of Clyde Gateway The latest stage on the ongoing transformation of the Glasgow’s East End will see 550 homes constructed on the site of the former Dalmarnock Power Station, it was revealed yesterday.

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Spot checks and bans on collecting rent are being deployed as part of a Glasgow City Council initiative to crack down on landlords running an HMO without a license. Scotland's largest local government body will allow licensing staff to make spot checks on licensed properties in future to ensure they

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As many as 70 workers in Glasgow's homeless service are to go on strike on Tuesday over a pay dispute with the city council. STV has reported that the workers, all members of the UNISON trade union, will take the action over the council's job evaluation scheme, claiming they are not paid enough comp

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(left to right) Bailie Liz Cameron, chair of Transforming Communities Glasgow; Allan Callaghan, MD of Cruden Buildings and Renewals; Gordon Sloan, chair of Glasgow Housing Association; John Gallacher, MD of Cruden Homes and housing minister, Margaret Burgess MSP The first phase of 55 affordable priv

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