By Graham Lanktree2018-11-23T00:00:00
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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