Glasgow City Council is to host an information event on a pioneering self-build project in Maryhill. The event on Saturday 30 April between 10.30am - 12.30pm in Maryhill Burgh Halls will see the launch of the first phase of Maryhill project.
A detailed analysis of housing trends in Glasgow has revealed that while overcrowding has reduced, one in five city residents still live in cramped conditions. According to the Evening Times, statistics gathered by Glasgow City Council between 2001 and 2011, when the last census results were publish
Glasgow City Council has issued a tender for lead contractors to progress the ‘Blue-Green’ infrastructure works at its £250 million transformation of Sighthill. Comprising approximately 800 new homes, a new school campus and community facilities, as well as commercial units, the Sighthill regen
GHA chair Gordon Sloan joins tenant Nicola Blair and daughter Laila, and tenant John Traynor, chair of GHA’s local committee, and wife Rachel at Cathay Street in Milton A Glasgow community is in line for a £30 million boost that will see more than 170 new affordable homes built and hundreds of ex
A planning application for 98 homes at Park Quadrant in the West End of Glasgow has been submitted to the city's council. Initial plans for the A-listed Victorian development were reduced from 111 properties after residents’ views were taken into consideration. The revised proposals also include r
Glasgow City Council has announced that around 1,500 jobs are set to go as part of £130 million in cuts to its budget. Scotland's biggest council revealed yesterday that the reduction jobs, which will save £25m, will take place over the next financial year. The authority has committed to no compul
Wheatley Group has today confirmed it will progress plans to deliver its repairs and maintenance service through a new joint venture (JV) with Glasgow City Council. Heads of terms have been agreed that will lead to Wheatley - parent company of Scotland’s largest social landlord Glasgow Housing Ass
(from left) Niall McKinnon (head of development queens Cross), Tracy Hamill (assistant Neighbourhood housing manager Queens Cross), Frank McAveety, Shona Stephen, Margaret Glass (chair of Queens cross) Liz Campbell (chair community involvement group Queens Cross) Councillor Frank McAveety, leader of
The Camlachie Burn An urban flooding project to tackle the deficiencies in Glasgow's drainage system and allow the building of 22,000 new homes on previously unviable brownfield sites has been received a funding boost.
The 2016 Homeless World Cup is to be held in Glasgow, it was announced yesterday. The Homeless World Cup Foundation said the seven day tournament, which will take place on George Square, will be “the most inspiring place on the planet”.
Glasgow City Council has approved plans to allow a developer to build 90 new flats at North Kelvin Meadow but has also given volunteers a chance to preserve the “community-created” green space. The meadows were council-run football pitches and tennis courts that fell into disrepair in the early