Byres Road upgrade to begin in January 2023
The delayed £9 million project was first launched back in 2017
Plans lodged for 49 homes at former school
Four penthouse apartments and rooftop garden included in proposals
Glasgow seeks funds for 'M8 garden cap'
Seven city projects will bid for 'levelling up' cash
Glasgow Academy unveils 'transformative' plan
Local residents are invited to see the proposals
Public invited to view Finnieston scheme
The site was a former car dealership
Offices could be demolished to make way for student flats
An office block would be demolished to make way for the student flats.
1,100 new homes and hotel unveiled for city's Yorkhill Quay
Peel is inviting local people to view the plans and have their say.
Adulting gaming centre in Partick will be 'where people spend their spare change'
The venue will create six new jobs and machines will offer low stakes of between 10p and £2, according to the applicant.
Licensed cafe plans at former Scotfresh store in Kirklee Road face local opposition
A shop of some sort or another has been on the site for many years.
UPDATE: Police called in over tree felling but developer says its actions were lawful
Local people said they were concerned the removal may have been done without permission and wanted to prevent any further loss of trees.
Plan to convert listed former monastery in Partickhill into four luxury apartments
St Kentigern's Hostel, formerly Wellpark House and St Peter's College, is a category B listed building.
Rejected: plans for 48 flats on open space in Partick are thrown out after opposition
Officials said the plans constituted an unacceptable loss of open space.
Partick residents object to proposed flats on Beith Street and loss of open space
At least sixteen objections have already been received by Glasgow city planners.
Partick workout … fitness studio eyes up empty furniture showroom on Crow Road
The agent says the intention for the unit is to "split up the floorspace into a number of studios".
Rejected … controversial plans for 39 flats on Finnieston open space are thrown out
Council throws out controversial plans to build 39 luxury flats on protected open space overlooked by a grade A Listed Victorian crescent.
VIDEO: It will be an offence to park cars on pavements under new law, says MSP
The Scottish government has adopted Sandra's 'responsible parking' measures into its proposed Transport (Scotland) Bill.
Corunna campaigners fear more green space will fall if homes plan is approved
Residents are considering setting up a community body with an eye to launching a community right to buy bid.
REVEALED: the first look at Byres Road as it could appear soon after a major facelift
The consultation will run from 23 May until 27 June.
Fast food franchise Subway looks to open next door to Hyndland Secondary School
A submission to Glasgow's planning application committee gives brief details of the proposal.
BrewDog is locked in battle with planners over outside seating at Argyle Street pub
BrewDog says the impact is considered to be 'slight' against Scottish government’s guidelines.
Heard the one about? ... plans for student flats in Woodlands home of comedy club
Proposals would see the building converted into 79 student digs.
Six-storey student accommodation block in Yorkhill is latest proposed for West End
A design statement with the plans says the proposals follow talks with Glasgow University.
Residents fail to block Jordanhill campus plan but say fight reveals 'flawed system'
Jordanhill Community Council last year raised a Judicial Review Petition arguing that the decision to grant Planning Permission in Principle was “unreasonable and irrational.”
Plans are lodged for 63 luxury flats on site of former Middlefield School in Partickhill
Consultants for Westpoint say its plans to build contemporary tenements with car parking and cycle storage provision.
Cala Homes welcomes Jordanhill campus plan approval as objectors vow to fight on
Approval came despite an near-year long campaign by hundreds of people in the community - and more than 900 objections to the plans.
Jordanhill community leaders urge 'huge' turnout for crunch campus plans hearing
A judicial review against the plans was heard at the Court of Session in Edinburgh last week.
Dear Cala … Jordanhill responds to open letter as builder reveals David Stow plans
John Winfield and John Grierson respond to an open letter written by Jim McIntyre, managing director of Cala Homes (West), last week.
Dear Jordanhill: 'Our sympathetic scheme will build on legacy of landmark campus'
Cala Homes says its £100m plans will retain the Category B-listed David Stow building and open up playing fields to local schools.