Investment Opportunities

An exciting season of change and revitalisation means investment opportunities along the canal.

New and revitalised communities are places where investment can and will make a difference. Commercial developments and housing opportunities exist side-by-side as mixed use development takes hold.

The projects listed below are at various stages of planning / development.

If you would like to work with us to bring one of these Glasgow redevelopment projects to completion then please get in touch.

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  • Craighall Business Park

    A key commercial development one mile north of the city centre, when fully developed the £30 million business park will provide over 250,000 sq ft of modern office accommodation.

  • Firhill Water-Based Community

    A new water-based community in the canal basin at Firhill of up to 18 houseboats in a horseshoe arrangement.

  • The Maryhill Bigman

    Local artist Andy Scott has been commissioned to design a new bridge for Stockingfield Junction in Maryhill.

  • Maryhill Town Centre

    The Maryhill Town Centre Action Plan will bring about huge change to the heart of Maryhill. Find out how the plan will integrate the canal with the residential, civic and retail areas of the community.

  • New Mooring Strategy

    The new moorings strategy has a direct focus on encouraging people to live and work on the canal as well as developing the tourist and leisure offering.

  • Glasgow Paddlesports Centre

    A brand new paddlesports centre at Pinkston Basin on Glasgow's canal will create kayaking opportunities right in the heart of the city.

  • Port Dundas Vision

    Port Dundas has the potential to create a new, exciting city quarter, attracting people and investment to the area.

  • Speirs Locks Masterplan

    The vision for Speirs Locks was: 'Cultivating the vibe of a cultural quarter through high profile arts and public realm initiatives'. Find out how the reality is fast exceeding this vision...

  • Urban Etive

    An exciting artifical, whitewater course which will be developed beside the canal at Maryhill Locks.

  • Wayfinding Avenue of the Arts

    An opportunity to raise the profile of Renfrew Street and Speirs Locks as lively, flourishing arts destinations.

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