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Duke Street Abattoir Site

Emma posted on the 5/04/2017 6:23:33 PM

Does anyone know if GCC still own this land, or if it has been sold?

Also does anyone know who I would contact regarding temporary projects on the site?

Thanks,

Emma


7 Replies :


#1 - resident replied on the 6/04/2017 1:19:39 AM

Some info on the current plans for that site are here (with a contact number and email address): www.glasgow.gov.uk/index.aspx?articleid=20033

You could try www.glasgow.gov.uk/stalledspaces for a temporary project. Good luck. I think there have been approaches in the past that have been declined.

The only example of temporary use on that site I can recall is the Market Gallery screening for the 2010 Glasgow Film Festival - placeprojects.blogspot.co.uk/2010_02_01_archive.html


#2 - Lal replied on the 6/04/2017 11:56:43 AM

City Property now owns the site. Think they are subsidiary of the council.


#3 - CV3V replied on the 6/04/2017 5:28:21 PM

Site investigation works were carried out on the site in 2016. Going forward it may be the council spend some money on the site to then get a private developer involved, but likely not to be until 2018.


#4 - Emma replied on the 7/04/2017 3:53:58 PM

Thanks both!


#5 - CherryTree replied on the 1/05/2017 7:32:21 PM

Hi Emma, glad to see others are interested in improving or using that site too! A few of us locals last autumn spoke to the council and also to SP Energy who run the active substation there. In the end I got too busy with other stuff to pursue it further but perhaps you and I could collaborate?


#6 - Peter Adams replied on the 29/06/2017 12:52:14 PM

Hello there. Funny you should raise this, I am thinking about opening a pop-up burger bar in this location. Thoughts?


#7 - anon replied on the 3/08/2017 10:28:34 PM

www.thepeoplesfarm.co.uk


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