With Glasgow Harbour already established as a popular place to
live, plans are developing to create Glasgow's newest quality
retail and leisure destination, with a range of stores large and
small, all of the highest standards and designed to suit a
Just like Glasgow Harbour itself, plans for the leisure district
covers all aspects of life. So there will be places to
eat and drink, relax, meet friends and entertain
clients. A cinema and hotels will also be included in the
Outline planning permission has been granted for a mixed use
development including retail, office, a cinema and casino, bars /
restaurants, a 200 bedroom hotel and residential floorspace
together with public open space, associated access, servicing,
infrastructure, parking and landscaping.
Other facilities, such as the Riverside Museum and the Tall Ship,
will make Glasgow Harbour the ideal location for a day out, whether
you live in Glasgow or are a visitor to the city.
A key element in the Glasgow Harbour development is
the outdoors. Around 50 acres of parkland and 3km of riverside
walkways and cyclepaths are being provided to enable visitors
and residents to enjoy the outdoors in the heart of
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, at an
estimated cost of £1.2 billion has hugely beneficial economic,
tourist and social implications for both Glasgow and Scotland as a
Planning in principle was granted November 2009. The aim
is for the development to be on site in 2013.
Current estimate of £1.2 billion for Glasgow Harbour, including housing, commercial, retail and infrastructure.