Glasgow City Council

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Glasgow construction firm City Building has appointed a new executive director to drive forward the organisation as it seeks to take a growing share of the renewables sector. Alan Burns, formerly depute director, replaces Dr Graham Paterson, who has retired from the business, along with Sharon McGra

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Glasgow City Council has agreed a budget that targets poverty reduction and a green, community-focused recovery from the coronavirus pandemic. Councillors passed a joint SNP / Green package that will freeze Council Tax bills in the next financial year and protects education and social care budgets.

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Glasgow City Council has approved plans to create a pedestrian arch path linking the Laurieston and Gorbals communities. The designs will see a railway arch opened up between Laurieston Road and Cleland Lane as part of a phased project aimed at improving pedestrian connections and public realm in th

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GHA, part of Wheatley Group, is transforming two derelict sites in the southside of Glasgow - bringing 48 new affordable homes to the city. The new homes in Carnwadric and Pollok will all be for social rent.

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Wheatley Group has submitted plans to build 35 homes for mid-market rent on Shawbridge Street in Pollockshaws. If approved by Glasgow City Council, the homes would be built on the site of a former pub which has since been demolished and the existing disused Polloshaws Police Station.

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Thenue Housing can progress its plans for 45 homes for social rent after Glasgow City Council agreed to sell a former community centre site to the Association. Members of the council's contracts and property committee approved the off-market disposal of land to Thenue last week for an exp

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An appeal has been submitted after Glasgow planners refused a plan for serviced apartments at a B-listed Glasgow city centre townhouse next to a music venue. The change-of-use and listed building applications involved empty offices at 266 St Vincent Street next to King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut.

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