A vacant site in Maryhill could host a new build block of apartments with rooftop gardens under plans newly submitted to Glasgow City Council.
Published 8 September 2020
Six Glasgow architecture practices have tabled innovative proposals to rethink the design of terraced housing.
Published 16 April 2019
Demolition works have started at Holland Park, the former Strathclyde Police headquarters that is being transformed into rental housing by Moda Living and Apache Capital Partners.
Published 21 February 2019
Private rented housing developer Moda has secured planning permission to transform the old Strathclyde Police headquarters in Glasgow into a ‘build-to-rent neighbourhood’.
Published 14 March 2018
The former Plantation Quay and Princes’ Dock Basin, on the southern bank of the Clyde, could be transformed into a new residential development of 203 homes if planning permission is granted.
Published 13 February 2018
The former Strathclyde Police headquarters in central Glasgow will be transformed into high-tech rental housing under plans submitted by build-to-rent specialist Moda.
Published 8 January 2018
The Scottish Government has rejected an appeal for plans to build a student housing development adjoining Charles Rennie Mackintosh's world-renowned Glasgow School of Art (GSA) building.
Published 20 December 2017
Published 6 April 2017
Proposals for a £105 million transformation of the former Strathclyde Police HQ in Glasgow's city centre into homes built specifically for private rent have been unveiled to the public.
Published 15 March 2017
Councillors have voted to continue an application to build new student flats next to the Glasgow School of Art (GSA) until a hearing has been carried out
Published 8 March 2017
Proposals to build a student housing development adjoining the world-renowned Glasgow School of Art (GSA) campus have been recommended for approval by planning officials after the project was reduced by one floor.
Published 6 March 2017
Plans have been lodged with Glasgow City Council for an 185-bed student housing development on the site of the dilapidated Jumpin’ Jaks nightclub on Sauchiehall Street.
Published 24 August 2016