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
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.
Between 2003 and 2014 Clyde Waterfront was a strategic
partnership comprising the Scottish Government, Scottish
Enterprise, Glasgow City, Renfrewshire and West Dunbartonshire
Councils. Its purpose was to promote the economic, social and
environmental regeneration of 13 miles of the River Clyde from
Glasgow city centre to Dumbarton.