News archive 2005 - 2014

Regeneration and redevelopment in the Clyde Waterfront area

Find news relating to developments in the Clyde Waterfront area between 2005 and 2014.

This news channel is no longer maintained. For up to date news of developments in the area visit IFSD and Creative Clyde.


  • Queen Street Station is due for a makeover

    Major redevelopment at Queen Street

    29 Jan 2014

    Transport Scotland have announced a £120 million redevelopment of Queen Street station.

  • Tramworks is still under construction

    West End student development to open

    29 Jan 2014

    A new block of student flats will open in the West End in time for the new academic year.

  • Clydebank Re-built assets go to council

    Clydebank Re-built assets go to council

    27 Jan 2014

    Councillors at West Dunbartonshire Council have agreed to buy out Clydebank Re-built at a cost of £800,000, meaning the local authority will now be responsible for ­future regeneration of the area.

  • George Square in Glasgow city centre

    Bid to make city centre world class

    13 Jan 2014

    A new team has been put in place to make Glasgow city centre one of the best in the world.

  • BAE Govan

    BAE plans for Clyde yards

    08 Jan 2014

    Defence giant BAE has submitted preliminary plans for the redevelopment of its Govan and Scotstoun shipyards, pending a final decision on the future consolidation of its warship business.

  • Artist impression of how the new offices will look.  Image supplied by NHSGGC

    'Super-office' for city's new hospital

    19 Dec 2013

    A £20.7million administrative complex has been approved for Glasgow's new superhospital.

  • 70 new jobs have been created at the car superstore at Braehead

    New jobs at Braehead

    16 Dec 2013

    70 new jobs have been created at Braehead as a former furniture store has been converted into a car supermarket.

  • St Enoch subway

    St Enoch upgrade

    11 Dec 2013

    St Enoch's busiest sub-way station is to be upgraded, creating a flagship city centre station.

  • The South Rotunda

    Commonwealth role for South Rotunda

    05 Dec 2013

    The South Rotunda is to become a venue during next summer's Commonwealth Games. The unused historic structure which was part of Glasgow's original Clyde tunnel is to see new life as an arts venue.

  • Sixty7 in Glasgow City Centre

    Sixty7 Hope Street launched

    03 Dec 2013

    Sixty7 Hope Street, a newly refurbished modern office development, has been unveiled following a period of extensive refurbishment.

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