Raft of Glasgow projects set for launch on the Clyde

Barclays Bridge view

Buchanan Wharf leads wave of projects set to revive Glasgow’s previously underdeveloped Clyde waterfront.

New projects breaking ground – not least the £350m Buchanan Wharf - promise to rejuvenate the centre of Glasgow by opening up the waterfront and giving people a reason to go to what had been a largely forgotten part of Scotland’s biggest city.

There are a number of schemes coming out of the ground elsewhere in the city too. So what are the developments under way and in the pipeline? And what is driving this regeneration?

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