Glasgow City Council

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Glasgow City Council leader Frank McAveety and Cube Chair Liz Ruine welcome new Cube tenant Andrina Dickson into her new home in Bankend Street, Ruchazie A partnership between two housing associations has marked the next stage in the regeneration of a Glasgow community.

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Glasgow residents have joined forces in a bid to spruce up their local area by taking part in a litter pick. Eighteen people including retired locals, students and community councillors took part in the recent event, organised by Friends of Garnethill Green Spaces (FROGGS) with assistance from Glasg

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The next stage of a ten year regeneration strategy for Glasgow city centre was launched yesterday by Councillor Frank McAveety, leader of Glasgow City Council. Focusing on four of the city centre's nine districts: Broomielaw, Blythswood, Central and St. Enoch, the next stage of the Glasgow City Cent

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(from left) Ruth Simpson, chair, WSHA; tenants Jean Bell and Rita Gallagher; Kevin Stewart MSP and Lynne Donnelly, chief executive, WSHA (image credit: Iain McLean Photography) West of Scotland Housing Association (WSHA) was joined by minister for local government and housing Kevin Stewart MSP and C

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The Scottish Government has given Glasgow City Council permission to compulsorily purchase 14 areas of land on the edge of Glasgow Green to pave the way for Thenue Housing Association to develop new homes. The majority of the sites on London Road, Monteith Row and Monteith Place have been cleared of

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Hawthorn Housing Co-operative is to develop its successful estate caretaking service following a grant of £25,000 from Glasgow City Council’s co-operative development unit. The Co-op will use the grant to purchase a shipping container to provide a base and storage for the team, a van, a trailer,

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Community-minded volunteers are being sought to help Glasgow City Council’s Environmental Task Force keep neighbourhoods looking their best. A recruitment drive has been launched to encourage people to join more than 500 dedicated volunteers across the city who take pride in their communities and

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Work has started on building 52 new affordable homes for rent as part of a regeneration project in the west of Glasgow. Cube Housing Association, part of Wheatley Group, is behind the £5.3 million development in Kelvindale which will consist of three modern, energy-efficient blocks of flats.

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A Common Housing Register (CHR) for Glasgow could be introduced to make it easier for people to find a rented home in the city. Promoted as a tool to simplify and maximise access to social housing, a CHR is made up of a single application form, which allows applicants to apply to multiple Registered

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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.

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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

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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

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