Glasgow City Council

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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

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(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

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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”.

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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

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Landlords of 13 properties in Govanhill deemed to be “below tolerable standard” have been given an “unprecedented” ultimatum to improve the homes or face action by Glasgow City Council. Inspections carried out by the local authority revealed a range of problems at the houses including faulty

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A masterplan of the Sighthill regenration area The latest information on the £220 million regeneration of Sighthill, as well as details on a project that local people will participate in and develop over the next five years, will be unveiled at an event in Glasgow next month.

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Glasgow City Council and Thistle Housing Association have signed up to an £8.5 million project to transform 700 homes in Toryglen, delivering reduced energy bills and improved building fabric between now and late 2016. The scheme is unique in Scotland with the council’s Affordable Warmth team bri

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An iconic B-listed building in Glasgow’s Tradeston area has been saved from falling into serious disrepair thanks to the building’s factor Speirs Gumley, a dedicated group of home and business owners, and grant funding from Glasgow City Council. The building at 33 Dalintober Street/53 Morrison S

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Housing minister Margaret Burgess, Glasgow City Council leader Frank McAveety and GHA chair Gordon Sloan with GHA tenants and staff, representatives of the Scottish Government, the city council and contractors CCG at Sighthill The first stage of the transformation of a Glasgow community is complete,

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The urban regeneration of Laurieston, Glasgow, has been named Best Regeneration Project at the 2015 National Brick Awards. The awards are in their 39th year and celebrate excellence in design and construction using brick. They are the most well established and most widely respected of their kind in

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