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GM+AD City Wharf plans receive planning approval

December 4 2007

GM+AD architects has received planning approval for a £180 million development which will see the construction of over 850 new apartments at the Clyde Waterfront in Glasgow.

The development will also contain four 22 storey towers and 17,500 sq metres of office space as well as leisure and retail outlets.

Gordon Murray said: "It is a very challenging site...on the river's edge but also right next to the Kingston Bridge and so is a gateway to the city. It is intended that this project will further enhance connections between the developments along the Clyde and Glasgow City Centre."

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