Welcome to Clyde Gateway
Clyde Gateway is delivering a regeneration programme that will transform the image, perception and fortunes of our communities.
We cover an area that includes a large part of the east end of Glasgow, including Bridgeton and Dalmarnock and Rutherglen and Shawfield in South Lanarkshire.
The past few years has seen an incredible physiclal change within the communities not least through the opening of the final section of the M74 Motorway and other new local roads, the construction of the world-class sports at the Emirates Arena and Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome and the on-going work at the Athletes Village being built for the 2014 Commonwealth Games.
Clyde Gateway is not, however, only about a physical transformation. We put social and economic change at the centre of everything we do, with local people encouraged to share in our successes.
We have very ambitious targets to bring jobs, investment and new housing on an unprecedented scale and pace.
It's a whole new approach to regeneration. But don't just take our word for it......
"The many exciting projects spearheaded by Clyde Gateway will transform lives and secure a prosperous future for large swathes of Glasgow."
ANAS SARWAR MP FOR GLASGOW CENTRAL, NOVEMBER 2010
"Jobs are key and I am hugely impressed by the transformation being brought about by Clyde Gateway both in the East End of Glasgow and in Rutherglen where I have my roots."
JOHN MASON MSP FOR GLASGOW EAST, JUNE 2011
"The CCG off-site manufacturing factory is a wonderful example of the work Clyde Gateway is doing to help local residents take advantage of job and training opportunities and reducing barriers to unemployment. It has made a real difference to those people's lives. It is the kind of partnership between the private and public sector that we need."
DEPUTY FIRST MINISTER NICOLA STURGEON, NOVEMBER 2011
“Clyde Gateway East is an important strategic acquisition for us, where we hope to replicate and deliver a modern Hillington Park. The infrastructure that Clyde Gateway has committed to this area of Glasgow is enormous and we are happy to invest alongside that.”
RICK DE BLABY, Chief Executive of MEPC, JANUARY 2012
“The National Business District is one of the most ambitious and groundbreaking projects we have had the pleasure of giving approval to in recent years. It could make a significant contribution to growth in Scotland’s economy as well as massively improving the local environment.
CLLR EDDIE McAVOY, Leader of South Lanarkshire Council, DECEMBER 2012