Financial Services District has become a major focus for
relocating and growing organisations. Between 2001 and 2014
over £1 billion investment was secured, with over 90% from
the private sector.
Glasgow's vibrant city centre is breathing new life and energy into the wider revitalised Clyde Waterfront.
New urban developments in Glasgow have added an
air of dynamism and confidence in the heart of the city.
Glasgow urban redevelopment has seen major
changes made to the face of the city. Tradeston currently sits on
the edge of the city centre. By connecting the area to the growing
International Financial Services District in the Broomielaw on
the opposite riverbank there are now new opportunities. The Broomielaw-Tradeston
Bridge opened in 2009 increasing the opportunity for new
restaurants, bars and hotels to create a dynamic new community in
the centre of the city.
Further east, the historic Merchant City, the High Street and
Glasgow Green represent crucial components in the regeneration of
the river. The Merchant City offers opportunities for business and
employment, while Glasgow Green
provides a unique amenity within walking distance of the city