News archive 2005 - 2014

Regeneration and redevelopment in the Clyde Waterfront area

Find news relating to developments in the Clyde Waterfront area between 2005 and 2014.

This news channel is no longer maintained. For up to date news of developments in the area visit IFSD and Creative Clyde.


  • Glasgow 2014 news

    ICON shows the way for Games

    15 Oct 2013

    Glasgow 2014 has unveiled ICON as the official Provider of Look, Wayfinding and Signage Services for next summer’s Commonwealth Games.

  • The former Pumphouse will be home to a new £10m whisky distillery for the Clyde

    £10m whisky distillery for the Clyde

    15 Oct 2013

    A new £10 million whisky distillery and visitor centre is planned for the banks of the Clyde near the new Hydro Arena. The historic pump house is to be converted into the first distillery to open in the centre of the city for more than a century.

  • Sarah-Jane Crawford and Trevor Nelson host the 18th MOBO Awards in Glasgow

    Stage set for 18th MOBOs

    14 Oct 2013

    This year's MOBO Awards will be the first multi-artist, televised event at the newly opened SSE Hydro.

  • Langlands cycle path reopens

    Langlands cycle path reopens

    14 Oct 2013

    Langlands cycle path in Govan has been refurbished and the reopening will be celebrated on Saturday 26 October.

  • Artist impression of how 110 Queen St will look when complete

    Brodies signs up for 110 Queen Street

    11 Oct 2013

    Brodies LLP has signed up as the first occupier at BAM Properties latest office development at 110 Queen Street, Glasgow, signalling a major vote of confidence in the city.

  • West Dunbartonshire embarks on community engagement project

    Biggest ever community engagement

    10 Oct 2013

    West Dunbartonshire Council is launching a new approach to community engagement to give local people the chance to have their say regarding their local area.

  • Kelvin Hall's £60m makeover

    Funding for Kelvin Hall

    09 Oct 2013

    £4.5m of Heritage Lottery Funding will transform Glasgow's Kelvin Hall into a new health and fitness centre as well as providing a new centre of cultural excellence.

  • Rod Stewart opened the SSE Hydro.  Rod Stewart image by Marc Turner for SECC, Hydro image by McAteer Photograph for Clyde Waterfront

    80,000 attend new SSE Hydro

    08 Oct 2013

    The SSE Hydro attracted crowds of over 80,000 during its first week of events. The £125m building is expected to attract an audience of one million visitors each year, positioning it as the fifth busiest entertainment arena in the world.

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    Tourism toolkit for the Games

    03 Oct 2013

    Scotland's tourism businesses are being officially invited to play their part in the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games next year.

  • George Square shows off its new surface

    A new look for George Square

    27 Sep 2013

    The perimeter barricades are about to be removed to reveal a refurbished George Square which has been given a makeover in time for next year's Commonwealth Games.

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