Glasgow Harbour is a 130-acre, high-quality mixed-use
development on the west end of Glasgow waterfront. It is one
of the flagship projects of the Clyde Waterfront regeneration.
The regeneration of this extensive brownfield site has
hugely beneficial economic, tourist and social implications for
both Glasgow and Scotland as a whole.
The residential development is being created in phases. Glasgow Harbour phase 1
was completed in in 2007. Glasgow Harbour phase 2
is partially complete and further phases will follow.
Plans are now being developed for retail and
leisure facilities at Glasgow Harbour.
commercial district is now serviced and ready to be developed.
Outline planning consent was granted by Glasgow City Council in
Major infrastructure works have been carried out along the Expressway at Glasgow
Harbour with £25 million spent on local roads improvements.
In addition to residential and commercial facilities, Glasgow
Harbour features around 50 acres of open public space, and
approximately 3km of waterfront walkways.
The city's new Riverside Museum, which opened
in June 2011 is located within Glasgow Harbour, on land donated to
the city by the developer.
Phase 1 residential is complete. The first two stages of
phase 2 residential were completed by 2009 and the final stage is
currently on hold.