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Overview

Clyde Gateway offers a range of potential short, medium and longer term investment opportunities across all sectors including hotel, residential and commercial. The substantial investment already made by the public sector into infrastructure, site remediation and preparation, substantially reduces the risk for future investors. Ongoing public support is committed to the area to further protect long term investment opportunities.

Just five minutes by train to the east of the centre of Glasgow, the area has benefited from £1.5bn investment to date with 50,000m2 of award winning business space now completed and 2,000 new homes now occupied. The area’s accessibility by both road and rail is already proving a major draw to investors and residents with three railway stations and three junctions of the newly extended M74 as well as the new Clyde Gateway access road serving the area. The legacy of the investment associated with the 2014 Commonwealth Games means the area is now home to the outstanding sporting facilities of the Emirates Arena and Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome, as well as Celtic Football Club’s 60,000 seat stadium.

Clyde Gateway is Scotland’s largest regeneration area and has been identified as the national regeneration priority. In 2013 the RICS recognised it as the best regeneration project in the UK. It offers potential for major mixed use development opportunities.

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  • £1.5bn invested to date
  • New Clyde Gateway distributor road through the area
  • Home to the Emirates Arena and Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome
  • Over 2,000 new homes built, including the Athletes’ Village
  • New £5m urban woodland developed and managed by the Forestry Commission
  • Award-winning public realm and infrastructure in place (2015 RICS Award for infrastructure)
  • 30,000m2 new award-winning office buildings constructed and occupied including The Albus, BCO 2015 best small office in the UK
  • Home to the new regional HQ of Police Scotland (1,100 staff)
  • 4,500 new jobs attracted to the area

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