Published: 9th Mar 2020

Three community projects in Glasgow will receive a share of £2.75m from the Scottish government’s Regeneration Capital Grant Fund (RCGF).  The RCGF is a Scottish Government budget developed in partnership with local authorities. It has an annual budget of £25m which is used to provide financial support to projects that will help to deliver large-scale improvements to deprived areas. The fund helps projects that engage and involve local communities and focuses on those that can demonstrate the ability to deliver sustainable regeneration. Glasgow City Council has worked with a wide variety of local organisations to develop these applications and projects, which have secured £2.75m of funding for the city. The projects that are set to benefit from the funding include Laurieston Arches. This project will see the re-purposing of 11 derelict 19th-century railway arches into commercial and community spaces. The project will be led by New Gorbals Housing Association. The … (To read the full article, subscribe below)