Discover more about Clyde Waterfront.

Our features series explores some of the highlights of the regeneration that has taken place along the length of the River Clyde. This  series of articles covers major regeneration themes and important Clyde Waterfront developments.

  • The SSE Hydro is complete

    Welcome to the future of live entertainment in Scotland

    The £125 million SSE Hydro is complete and ready for entertainment action over the coming months and years. Find out about the history of the build, the impact on the economy and the excitement over Monday's forthcoming opening concert with Rod Stewart.

  • Looking Ahead

    Looking ahead

    After a decade of development and regeneration, we’ve taken a fresh look at some of the significant Clyde Waterfront projects that will either complete or take a substantial step forward this year.

  • 12 reasons to celebrate

    12 reasons to celebrate!

    Catch up on what's been happening along the Clyde during 2012. We've chosen a highlight from each month of our busy year to celebrate the festive season.

  • Doors Open Day 2012

    The Clyde's 21st Century Renaissance

    As our contribution to 2012 Doors Open Days, we have selected some of the most significant new architecture – the buildings that have transformed Clyde Waterfront’s skyline in the last 15 years.

  • 2 Clydes to every story

    Visit the Clyde this summer

    Visit the Clyde this summer and enjoy a wide range of tourist attractions, or get out on a river bus to discover more about the history and regeneration of this famous river.

  • The Clyde sparkles all year round

    The Clyde sparkles all year round

    Whilst the sparkle of Christmas can sometimes be fleeting, we’re ending 2011 with a news round up of real progress this year which is making a lasting difference to Clyde Waterfront. 15 December 2011

  • Take three Scottish Waterfronts

    Take three Scottish Waterfronts

    As Scotland prepares to host Waterfront Expo Scotland 2011, we thought we'd broaden our horizons beyond the usual Clyde Waterfront fare, to introduce you to Scotland's other two major city waterfront regeneration projects, in Dundee and Edinburgh. All three Scottish Waterfronts will be showcased at the Expo along with success stories from Barcelona, Marseille, Chicago and Yokohama. 27 October 2011

  • Detail of Golspie Street homes

    Great places to live in Govan

    New build housing projects in the centre of the Govan are breathing life into the town centre and attracting people back to live in the community. Together with the refurbishment of Govan Cross, there is a strong sense that change is taking hold. 16 September 2011

  • The M74 will open on 28th June 2011

    M74 Completion

    When it opens on 28 June, the M74 completion will provide the “missing link” in Glasgow’s transport system, easing congestion on key routes through the city centre and encouraging urban regeneration in the West of Scotland. 22 June 2011

  • The Riverside Museum at Glasgow Harbour

    Riverside Museum is transformational

    Scotland’s newest museum is set to play a leading role in the continuing regeneration of Clyde Waterfront. 15 June 2011

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