Transforming Communities: Glasgow

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First Minister Nicola Sturgeon joins Councillor Frank McAveety, local elected members, staff from the Glasgow City Council, the Scottish Government, contractors Cruden as well as Wheatley Group and GHA tenants and staff to mark the start of work at Hinshelwood Drive, Ibrox Work has started on 150 ne

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Housing minister Kevin Stewart saw for himself yesterday how a Glasgow community has been transformed. The first phase of North Toryglen has seen 100 new, spacious energy-efficient homes for GHA already complete, along with 55 for private sale by Cruden Homes.

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Glasgow City Council has issued a tender for lead contractors to progress the ‘Blue-Green’ infrastructure works at its £250 million transformation of Sighthill. Comprising approximately 800 new homes, a new school campus and community facilities, as well as commercial units, the Sighthill regen

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Housing minister Margaret Burgess joins GHA chair Gordon Sloan and tenants, along with Councillor George Redmond and Bailie Gerry Leonard at the back, at the opening of 157 new GHA homes in Barmulloch An amenity block for tenants in a new GHA development in the north east of Glasgow is contributing

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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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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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MPs Alison Thewliss (right) and Natalie McGarry with GHA chair Gordon Sloan during their visit to the Bluevale and Whitevale tower blocks Two MPs donned hard hats to see for themselves how a pair of Glasgow tower blocks are coming down as part of regeneration plans for the area.

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The homes at Whitelaw Street, Maryhill Locks The third phase of the Maryhill Locks Transformational Regeneration Area (TRA) got underway this week when developers started work to create 40 new terraced homes at Whitelaw Street in Glasgow.

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(left to right) Bailie Liz Cameron, chair of Transforming Communities Glasgow; Allan Callaghan, MD of Cruden Buildings and Renewals; Gordon Sloan, chair of Glasgow Housing Association; John Gallacher, MD of Cruden Homes and housing minister, Margaret Burgess MSP The first phase of 55 affordable priv

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