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  • Canal Environment Framework Tool (CEFT)

    Help is on hand for managers, planners and developers involved in the process of regeneration.

  • 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.

  • Edington Street Creative Campus

    Edington Street is being developed as a lively outdoor space for use by arts organisations in the Glasgow Canal area. Cultural opportunities at this new creative campus.

  • Glue Factory

    Once it was a glue factory. Now it is The Glue Factory, playing host to exhibitions by the Glasgow School of Art,Glasgow International, The Mutual and others.

  • Maryhill Baths

    Work has started on the refurbishment of the listed Maryhill Baths into a state-of-the-art leisure centre.

  • The Maryhill Bigman

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

  • Maryhill Locks

    A new community neighbourhood of around 800 new homes is taking shape at Maryhill Locks - not just another new housing development, but shops, cafes, businesses and community facilities are all part of this canal-side village within the city of Glasgow.

  • Maryhill TRA

    Transformational Regeneration Areas will focus on building a mix of affordable houses, as well as creating training and job opportunities for local people. Maryhill is one of these areas.

  • 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.

  • Whisky Bond

    The Whisky Bond is being transformed into a creative factory for Glasgow, a nerve centre providing a home to artists, a place for like minded entrepreneurs to run a business, and an accessible venue and gallery for a wide audience to enjoy.

  • The Whitehouse

    A prominent landmark in the centre of Maryhill could also become a symbol of regeneration. The building is an opportunity for future investment in Maryhill.

  • Community Invited to Design Workshop

    03 February 2015

    The people of Woodside, Firhill and Hamiltonhill are being asked to help shape the future of their community during a special series of design workshops at Firhill Stadium. Everyone is welcome to come along and share their ideas from Thursday 4 February to Saturday 7 February.

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