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Glasgow's skyline changed forever yesterday with the demolition of the last of the Red Road flats, although not everything went to plan. Two of the six iconic Red Road towers remained partially standing due to an unforeseen difficulty.

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GHA is planning a new £5 million development of 50 houses on the site of three multi-storey blocks in Glasgow which were reduced to rubble yesterday. The controlled explosive blowdown of the high-rise buildings at Tarfside Oval in Cardonald forms part of a major regeneration of the Glasgow communit

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Clydebank East residents and local councillors were given a look at what the future could hold when they visited a nearby regeneration project. West Dunbartonshire Council approved plans to develop a regeneration strategy for Clydebank East earlier this year and after consultation with residents the

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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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(from left) ng homes chairperson John Fury, Teresa McNally, ng homes CEO Robert Tamburrini, his depute Ann Marie Devlin, Chrissie Allan and the Lord Provost of Glasgow Councillor Sadie Docherty A ceremony has been held to mark the opening of a conference centre named after the man who led the transf

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Milnbank Housing Association depute director Lindi Sichi, Elaine Reed, Drew McPhail, Clydesdale Bank's Gordon Calvert and resident and board member Rose Tinney Milnbank Housing Association is embarking on a £3 million maintenance programme that will benefit thousands of tenants in Glasgow, after ag

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Glasgow City Council has committed itself to building 25,000 new homes in the city over the next decade. To be delivered in partnership with the public and private sectors, the announcement forms part of the council’s People Make Glasgow Home housing strategy.

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Glasgow’s skyline will change forever when the Red Road multi-storey flats are brought down later this year. Owner GHA said the six remaining blocks will be demolished in a one-off controlled explosive demolition within months but has yet to reveal the date.

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Ruskin and Nic in the studio A trail-blazing eco initiative in Glasgow’s Cranhill community led by Thenue Housing was the focus on STV Glasgow on Tuesday.

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Communities around Scotland from inner city Glasgow to western Harris are set to benefit from £500,000 in funding for demonstrator projects designed to encourage the use and local ownership of renewable energy. A third of the projects are specifically focussed on town and city areas, building on th

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GHA is supporting a project to help social housing tenants most in need book an affordable break. Carers, people suffering from physical and learning disabilities, families on low incomes and tenants recovering from domestic abuse are among the vulnerable groups being helped by the Caravan Project.

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