Public amenity projects in Glasgow City Centre

Phase 1 public realm works at Broomielaw

Clyde walkways

The Clyde walkway has revitalised the riverfront for locals and visitors alike and a series of cyclepaths have also proved popular. Projects such as the Broomielaw public realm improvements have made  the area more attractive.

Glasgow is renowned as a 'dear green place' and the Clyde Waterfront regeneration has played its part to ensure the city remains a pleasant, attractive place in which to live and work.

A variety of public space projects have enhanced the environment. Early in the initiative improvements were made to make the most of Glasgow Green with its prime riverside location.


Glasgow City Centre / Public Amenity

28 project(s)

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Project Name District Category Status
Anderston's Bridge to Nowhere Finnieston Infrastructure, Public Amenity Completed
Britannia Panopticon Merchant City Leisure, Public Amenity, Retail Construction
Broomielaw and Tradeston riverside IFSD Infrastructure, Public Amenity Completed
Broomielaw public realm IFSD phase 1 IFSD Public Amenity Completed
Broomielaw-Tradeston bridge ('Squiggly Bridge') Tradeston Infrastructure, Public Amenity Completed
''Chroma Streams: Tide and Traffic'' - lighting art project IFSD Public Amenity Completed
Clyde Promenade phase 2B Gorbals Public Amenity Completed
Commonwealth Games Murals IFSD Public Amenity Completed
George Square Merchant City Public Amenity Completed
Glasgow Green renewal Glasgow Green Leisure, Public Amenity Completed