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Hundreds of vulnerable homeless people are receiving their first COVID-19 vaccinations in Glasgow as teams of nurses visit temporary accommodation and support services to provide injections. Glasgow's Health & Social Care Partnership is coordinating the huge logistical operation in a bid to reac

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An appeal to overturn the rejection of a plan for serviced apartments at a B-listed Glasgow city centre townhouse has been unsuccessful. In February, Lets Direct Ltd submitted an appeal to Glasgow City Council after planners refused plans which involved empty offices at 266 St Vincent Street next to

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Cadder Housing Association has secured further aid which will be used to help Cadder households during these difficult times thanks to funding from Glasgow City Council and the Scottish Government. The Association will use funding from Glasgow City Council's ‘Addressing Future Needs Fund&

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Student accommodation provider iQSA has submitted plans to build new apartments in Glasgow City Centre. The firm wants to demolish a 1970s office building at 225 Bath Street and build a “carefully considered” accommodation building with around 560 bedrooms.

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Plans by Wellhouse Housing Association (WHA) to bring new housing to the area have taken an important step forward. The housing association is focused on the continued regeneration of the area, however, work to bring much-need homes stalled due to ground water flooding which has been an ongoing

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More than 50 vulnerable men are to be offered new homes after a partnership enabled Lowther Homes, a subsidiary of Wheatley Group, to buy the Bellgrove Hotel, a private hostel in Glasgow's East End.

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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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