Our vision for the Clyde has helped develop a vibrant, thriving River Clyde with people and communities at its heart.
Clyde Waterfront was a strategic partnership comprising
the Scottish Government, Scottish Enterprise, Glasgow City,
Renfrewshire and West Dunbartonshire Councils.
Its purpose from 2003 to 2014 was to promote the economic,
social and environmental regeneration of 13 miles of the River
Clyde from Glasgow city centre to Dumbarton.
Key tangible achievements 2003 - 2014
- 370,000 sq m of commercial floorspace
- 73,000 sq m of retail accommodation
- Over 250,000 sq m of new office accommodation
- Over 10,000 new residential units
- 23,000 new jobs
- GVA of £1bn
Major new developments
Some very significant developments have been achieved across the
area during the last decade. These include major projects such
section tells the story of developments in the Clyde Waterfront
area from 2003 - 2014.