The regeneration of canals and rivers in cities around the world can lead to a decrease in mortality rates in surrounding locations and reducing the gap between deprived and affluent communities, according to new research.
Published 16 July 2020
Plans for a new footbridge over the Forth & Clyde Canal near Maryhill have been given the go-ahead.
Published 20 February 2020
A development of new homes in Maryhill is now complete and has sold out in record time.
Published 16 October 2019
West of Scotland Housing Association (WSHA) has submitted an application for planning permission to create 89 affordable homes at the former Diageo distillery site at Dundashill, Glasgow.
Published 31 July 2019
A new image revealing how the planned development of a new marina at Winchburgh will look has been released after Winchburgh Developments Limited and Scottish Canals agreed a contract for the project.
Published 1 July 2019
Scottish Canals has submitted plans to develop a three-storey office building made from adapted shipping containers beside the canal at Port Dundas in Glasgow.
Published 25 June 2019
Six Glasgow architecture practices have tabled innovative proposals to rethink the design of terraced housing.
Published 16 April 2019
Plans have been submitted for a new footbridge over the Forth & Clyde Canal set to permanently link three communities in the north of Glasgow for the first time since the waterway opened in 1790.
Published 4 April 2019
The Falkirk Wheel is set to reveal its engineering secrets, with the first-ever public tour of the iconic structure’s internal workings.
Published 10 January 2019
The widespread regeneration of North Glasgow is set to continue with a 600-strong housing development now underway on the former Diageo distillery site in Port Dundas.
Published 15 October 2018
Developer Bigg Regeneration – a partnership between Scottish Canals and Places for People – has started work on the next phase of its 'Maryhill Locks' development in Glasgow.
Published 22 June 2018
Scottish Canals has launched a new strategy setting out how the organisation will manage, care for, and prioritise works on the infrastructure of the nation’s 250-year-old waterways between now and 2030 in the face of a £70 million repair backlog.
Published 22 June 2018
Places for People has acquired 50% of a regeneration partnership which delivers sustainable homes and manages significant work space in Scotland.
Published 17 May 2018
A historic disused building known locally as the ‘Egg Shed’ is to be transformed into a new heritage and community hub at the gateway to the Crinan Canal in Ardrishaig.
Published 19 April 2018
Ambitious plans to create a new linear park inspired by New York City’s High Line at the western gateway to the Forth & Clyde Canal have taken another step forward with the granting of planning consent for the project.
Published 6 December 2017