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BUCHANAN STREET


Buchanan Quarter retail development: £70m The recently opened Land Securities site at 185-221 Buchanan Street is part of wider plans to strengthen shopping, residential and leisure facilities in the city centre.


Proposed Buchanan Galleries further expansion: £300m


SIGHTHILL


Sighthill Transformational Regeneration Area: £250m Athletes Village: £245m


CATHEDRAL STREET/ BANKS OF THE RIVER CLYDE


City of Glasgow College Campus: £200m Construction on state of the art buildings will begin shortly on existing college land in the city centre and on the banks of the River Clyde.


CITY CENTRE


Scottish Water upgrading of city centre water mains: £3.5m


Park Inn by Radisson Hotel, West George Street: £4.6m


CORNER GEORGE STREET/ ALBION STREET


University of Strathclyde Technology and Innovation Centre: £89m The centre will be the focus for the University’s work with major corporate partners on key technologies which will produce the processes and industries of the future.


University of Strathclyde Ten-Year Redevelopment Plan: £350m


DALMARNOCK /BANKS OF THE RIVER CLYDE


Clyde Gateway office development at Dalmarnock: £24m


110 QUEEN STREET


BAM Major Queen Street office development: £50m A former bank building at 110 Queen Street is being transformed into a high-quality office and retail space accommodating up to 1,500 workers.


SOUTHSIDE


Polmadie Waste Recycling and Renewable Energy Centre: £154m Waste specialist Viridor will shortly begin building the plant with completion expected in early 2016.


The site will host the West of Scotland base for Police Scotland and is due to be completed in October 2014.


ACROSS THE CITY


Glasgow City Council Refurbishment of Schools Programme: £250m Glasgow City Council has committed to spend more than £250m over the next four years to refurbish the city’s primary schools following on from the previous programme to improve secondary schools.


Glasgow Housing Association housing stock improvement: £240m


In the years 2011 to 2014, GHA is continuing its extensive investment in the city’s housing stock from Sighthill to Scotstoun and many other areas.


Refurbishment of the Glasgow Subway: £300m


Modernisation of the Subway began with the new-look flagship Hillhead Station and included new facilities such as new escalators and new looks at other stations.


Scottish Water waste water and flood prevention works: £250m


A five-year investment programme is improving river water quality and the environment in the River Clyde and tributaries such as the River Kelvin and White Cart Water.


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