New Gorbals Housing Association

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Urban Union has opened a new free to use community space featuring a gallery and exhibition area at 166 Gorbals Street, a Glasgow landmark and one of the last remaining historic buildings in the Gorbals. Built in 1900 and designed by architect James Salmon, the Grade A-listed building was once home

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Grassroots community organisations in the Gorbals and Pollok areas of Glasgow have received £200,000 from Homeless Network Scotland thanks to a National Lottery Community Fund project which is designed to prevent homelessness in communities in Glasgow. Anne-Dora Osuchukwu, programme manager,

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A planning application regarding proposals by New Gorbals Housing Association (NGHA) and Urban Union to deliver a residential development on the site of the former Coliseum Theatre in Laurieston has now been submitted.

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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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New Gorbals Housing Association has teamed up with Page\Park Architects to submit designs to create a pedestrian link between two Glasgow communities by opening up a railway arch. The route is proposed between Laurieston Road and Cleland Lane and would be part of a phased project aimed at impro

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Parents of children born from the 1st January 2019 can now access 12 months’ of free books from New Gorbals Housing Association's Gorbals Imagination Library. The Gorbals Imagination Library is a new book-gifting scheme for the area, created through a partnership of local organisations and b I

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A decision into plans by New Gorbals Housing Association to deliver an eight-storey block of flats on a city gap site has been delayed by councillors.

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Gorbals residents are to benefit from over £140,000 of funding to support the coronavirus response in the area after a successful bid to the Scottish Government’s Supporting Communities Fund. New Gorbals Housing Association, which submitted a partnership bid with other key local organisa

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