Pgcc93 wrote:There was an artist's impression of the Tradeston regeneration over on SSC ages ago and it doesn't require much of an imagination to guess what it looked like either
Schiehallion wrote:Anyone else fed up with this Emperor's New Clothes-type of 'regeneration'. Once I see pubs, shops and restaurants littering the Clydeside I'll believe it is regenerated. It needs a whole lot more than yuppy flats and posh HQ's.
don't mean to be cynical, but the area is in dire need of regeneration of any kind. Lets face it, its the first impression a lot of people have when entering glasgow central on train and its pretty grim.
Osiris wrote:It always makes me laugh when i hear the term 'yuppy flats' being thrown around, are we still living in the eighties? Most of the new developments are occupied by students or dss tennants (ok maybe not owner-occupied).
Fat Cat wrote:Almost as fed up with that as with the Times's "clean up Glasgow" campaign by which they mean the city centre. Perhaps if GCC employed some street sweepers instead of having those shitty wee litter lorries (what are they called anyway?), the streets might actually look a bit better.
Osiris wrote:Regeneration has to start somewhere and your not going to attract restraunts and bars if there is no-one living in the area.
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