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Work commences on £20m Dalmarnock office block

June 7 2013

Work commences on £20m Dalmarnock office block
Clyde Gateway has moved on site with a £20m office building in Dalmarnock, Glasgow, delivering a total of 120,000sq/ft of office accommodation in a five storey building on vacant ground by the River Clyde.

Designed by Cooper Cromar, with Turner & Townsend as project manager, the build was initially intended to house the new headquarters for Strathclyde Police but will now be marketed to alternative tenants.

Speaking at a sod cutting ceremony today Kevin Bryson, associate director at Turner & Townsend, commented: "Turner & Townsend and their team have been involved since June 2010 and so it is very exciting to see the construction works commencing on site.”

Neil McDonald, chair of Clyde Gateway, commented: "These offices will be built to the highest possible standards and such a fantastic waterfront location, with superb links to the motorway network and to an extensive public transport system, is certain to generate a huge interest and attract a significant and influential tenant."


Robert Roy
#1 Posted by Robert Roy on 11 Jun 2013 at 11:03 AM
Does anyone know if they have decided yet whether this is only going to be the regional offices of the police or greater headquarters of Police Scotland?
my guess is
#2 Posted by my guess is on 11 Jun 2013 at 17:46 PM
No the police are continuing their enquiries at another site. this will will be speculative. good luck with that.
#3 Posted by Rob on 12 Jun 2013 at 06:35 AM
Neither, this is now a speculative office development

Would be wrong to suggest that they are a token guesture to make it look like Clyde Gateway had actually achieved something

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