Published: 31st Jan 2019

Glasgow City Council is considering moving some of its council offices from the city centre to key regeneration areas across the city, as part of a new strategy. Councillors are set to vote soon on whether the local authority should adopt a new property and land strategy, which would see some council offices from the city centre moved to other parts of the city. According to the council, this could act as a ‘catalyst for social and economic regeneration in local communities’. The council said it would also work with community groups, public agencies and third sector organisations to ensure services meet local needs and priorities, and the new strategy will inform how these needs and priorities are best met through the council’s estate by measures such as co-location and investing in / repurposing sites. The council has the biggest land and property estate in Glasgow, with more than 1,000 … (To read the full article, subscribe below)