Glasgow City Council

Glasgow serviced apartments appeal refused

An appeal to overturn the rejection of a plan for serviced apartments at a B-listed Glasgow city centre townhouse has been unsuccessful.

Published 15 April 2021

Additional support services available for Cadder households

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.

Published 13 April 2021

iQSA submits plans for new student acccomodation in Glasgow city centre

Student accommodation provider iQSA has submitted plans to build new apartments in Glasgow City Centre.

Published 9 April 2021

Flooding solutions identified to progress Wellhouse development plans

Plans by Wellhouse Housing Association (WHA) to bring new housing to the area have taken an important step forward.

Published 8 April 2021

Wheatley Group completes acquisition of Bellgrove Hotel

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.

Published 6 April 2021

Next phase of independent living homes launched by Blackwood

Blackwood has officially opened the doors to a collection of 24 homes fitted with cutting-edge technology which transforms lives.

Published 25 March 2021

Housing associations receive £200,000 from Glasgow City Council to help tackle community impacts of Covid

A total of 34 local and community controlled housing associations (CCHAs) across the Glasgow area have accessed £200,000 from the Scottish Government's Addressing Future Needs (AFN) fund to help tackle the impact of Covid on their communities.

Published 17 March 2021

Yoker Housing Association gets green light for former primary school development

Glasgow City Council has approved plans submitted by Yoker Housing Association to build 28 homes on the site of the former Yoker Primary School.

Published 16 March 2021

Plans unveiled for 79 flats in Glasgow aimed at Royal Infirmary staff

Calmont Group has unveiled plans to build 79 apartments in a seven-storey build-to-rent block on Wishart street near Glasgow Royal Infirmary and the Necropolis cemetery.

Published 16 March 2021

City Building appoints Alan Burns as new executive director

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.

Published 15 March 2021

Views sought on green infrastructure masterplan for North Maryhill

People and organisations living, based or with an interest in the Gilshochill area of North Maryhill are being given the chance to help shape future plans for the area.

Published 15 March 2021

Glasgow City Council targets green COVID-19 recovery in 2021/22 budget

Glasgow City Council has agreed a budget that targets poverty reduction and a green, community-focused recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.

Published 12 March 2021

Affordable Warmth programme in Glasgow saves 590,000 tonnes of carbon emissions

A report to Glasgow City Council has outlined how the Affordable Warmth programme in the city has delivered energy-efficiency improvements to homes that will result in a saving of almost 590,000 tonnes in carbon emissions.

Published 11 March 2021

Glasgow City Council seeks Scottish Government partnership to repair city's pre-1919 tenements

Glasgow City Council is seeking a deal with the Scottish Government to fund run-down pre-1919 tenements in the city.

Published 5 March 2021

Glasgow City Council approves plans for pedestrian railway arch

Glasgow City Council has approved plans to create a pedestrian arch path linking the Laurieston and Gorbals communities.

Published 5 March 2021