Clyde Gateway prepares for £150m of construction activity

Martin McKay, Clyde Gateway executive director

CLYDE Gateway, Scotland’s largest urban regeneration organisation, is preparing for a boost of activity as construction restarts across Glasgow’s East End regeneration area.

The upsurge in housing and continued investment in business space and leisure facilities will see £150m plus of investment swing back into action, following the safe and phased return of the construction industry to sites.

Construction activity sees nearly 1,000 new homes and a number of new offices being built in Dalmarnock and Rutherglen.

Martin McKay, Clyde Gateway executive director, said:  “Clyde Gateway has attracted more than £1.5 billion of investment to the area and has put itself firmly on the map as ‘the place’ for people to live and work and where businesses can thrive. 

“Kick starting the investment in housing, business space and leisure facilities is welcome news, and with further exciting investment opportunities in the pipeline, development activity is set to top £200m in Clyde Gateway over the coming year.”

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