Two decade Easterhouse masterplan calls for 6,000 new homes
September 28 2016visitor centre at Provanhall House.
A report prepared on behalf of the council has identified 10 sites as suitable for the development of private housing totaling some 180 hectares of vacant land as well as the refurbishment of existing properties and an overhaul of the former Shandwick Place shopping centre.
Councillor Frank McAveety, leader of Glasgow City Council, said: “The plans for the future of Easterhouse are thrilling. When complete, the area will be transformed into one that acts as an eastern gateway into Glasgow and a fantastic retail, cultural and leisure destination for visitors from the rest of the city and beyond.
“We will build on the successes of recent years to complete the regeneration of Easterhouse to deliver an area of Glasgow that is attractive as a place in which to live, work, invest and visit.”
A key plank of this strategy is the Seven Lochs Wetland Park.
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