Glasgow City Council

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Glasgow City Council is seeking views on how digital technology can improve services related to housing in the city with a consultation that will help shape the final version of its Digital Housing Strategy (DHS).

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Details on the progress being made on the various elements of the £88 million development of the Meat Market site were given to Glasgow City Council yesterday. The site will feature more than 500 new homes, a linear park, new active travel routes, a community hub, business start-up units, sust

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A city-wide retrofit programme to make all homes energy efficient and a proposal to power district heating systems using the River Clyde are among a newly-launched £30 billion portfolio of investment projects designed to give a significant boost to the city's target to reach net zero by 2

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A community council is considering taking legal action against a decision to approve a housing development in Glasgow in a case it said has ramifications for sensitive conservation areas across Scotland. Glasgow City Council's planning local review committee granted permission for East Kilbride-base

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Glasgow City Council has approved funding of up to £240,000 for the Glasgow City Heritage Trust (GCHT) to support its work in repairing and restoring historic buildings, bringing such buildings back into use, and repairing buildings at risk. The GCHT was established in 2007, and since the

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The leader of Glasgow City Council, Susan Aitken, has visited the site of Holland Park, Moda Living’s state of the art build to rent neighbourhood in the city’s cultural district which is currently being built. Holland Park will deliver 433 new high-quality homes for a community of aroun

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Govan's ambitious multi-million transformation with housing at its heart has received a ministerial seal of approval. Tom Arthur MSP, the minister of public finance, planning and community wealth was in Govan to see a range of improvements which will transform the lives of local people.

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Douglas House in Glasgow is set to be demolished after plans to build 35 new homes at the former Jordanhill teacher training campus were approved. Glasgow City Council's planning committee has approved a proposal by CALA Homes (West), which had originally planned to convert the building but tol

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Plans have been submitted to convert The Ivory on Camphill Avenue at Langside Avenue into flats with a small coffee shop/cafe below. The application seeks consent to the principle of residential use; if approved by Glasgow City Council, detailed plans would need to be drawn up for submission.

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Glasgow City Council has approved a list of new projects after the local authority was granted £537 million funding from the Scottish Government to deliver affordable housing over the next five years. Included in the budget is a record £120m for affordable housing in 2021/22, targets for

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