Here is the latest news from the City Centre Regeneration Team

NEW MEANWHILE USE SPACES OPEN ON ST ANDREWS STREET

NEW MEANWHILE USE SPACES OPEN ON ST ANDREWS STREET

A new project, which will see 11 vacant shop units on Glasgow’s historic High Street and Saltmarket transformed into interim/temporary spaces – most of which are for the creative industries – was launched 26th June. The
Meanwhile Space project aims to increase the vitality of areas by generating footfall…

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HIGH STREET COMMUNITY GARDEN EVENT

HIGH STREET COMMUNITY GARDEN EVENT

Strathclyde University architecture students, in partnership with Glasgow City Council, would like to invite you to a design consultation event on 30 June 10:00-16:00 at 279-281 High Street. The purpose of this event is to discuss and collaborate on a design for a new community garden on High Street. The objective of this garden is to bring…

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NEW HIGH STREET AREA STRATEGY NEWSLETTER

NEW HIGH STREET AREA STRATEGY NEWSLETTER

The first edition of the High Street Area Strategy is now available – online and in various locations on the High Street/Saltmarket. The newsletter will be produced bi-annually and will prove updates on what’s going on on the street, what’s coming up and what you can get involved in. This month’s features include

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EAT, SLEEP, CLOTHES, MEET

EAT, SLEEP, CLOTHES, MEET

Like many other metropolitan cities throughout the world, Glasgow and some of its most vulnerable citizens face challenging times. Throughout the city, a range of services is available for those most in need. Individuals can receive a variety of support including; chaplaincy, education advice, outreach support, Healthcare provision meals, clothes…

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GLASGOW CITY MURAL TRAIL – ANOTHER PERSPECTIVE

GLASGOW CITY MURAL TRAIL – ANOTHER PERSPECTIVE

CSF Magazine has published a video and article about Glasgow’s Mural Trail. Written by Josh Carmichael, the article makes the point that when we travel to another country, we make a point of doing all the so-called ‘touristy’ stuff. We do this because when we travel, it is nice to see the things in another country…

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