Our series of expert articles explores developments along the Clyde Waterfront and issues which affect regeneration. Other articles from experts in development, regeneration, the economy, education and related areas will be added as the series develops.


Linking opportunity and need

Alan McGregor, Andrea Glass and Alex McTier of the Training and Employment Research Unit (TERU) at the University of Glasgow explore LOAN, the process of maximising community benefits from  physical regeneration. 9th March 2010


Regenerating Govan - a co-ordinated approach

Susan Hanlin of Glasgow South West Regeneration Agency talks about plans to refurbish central Govan by building new homes, improving Govan Cross and refurbishing local buildings. The article explores the Central Govan Action Plan, a ten year programme to make Central Govan attractive, vibrant and prosperous, a place where people wish to live, work, visit and invest. 12th February 2010


Regeneration and the New South Glasgow Hospital Campus

Mark McAllister, Community Engagement Manager for NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde discusses the potential contribution that the Southern General development can play in regenerating the Clyde Waterfront and in particular, the Greater Govan area. 25th January 2010


Clyde Waterfront - the first 5 years

David Eiser, Senior Consultant at Gen Consulting, explores the economic growth which has characterised the first five years of the Clyde Waterfront Regeneration Initiative. 15th October 2009


River of learning

Moreen Smith, Education Director of Illuminat-Ed, looks at how educational resources are connecting local young people with regeneration, and through them raising awareness with families and the local community.  8th October 2009


Clyde Waterfront maintains momentum

Liz Connolly, West Region Director of Operations at Scottish Enterprise and a member of the Clyde Waterfront Strategic Partnership Board, considers the positive outlook for the next few years of Clyde Waterfront regeneration. 6th October 2009


Residential Property Trends

Iain Wardrop, Associate in Ryden’s Consulting Group, examines the UK and Scottish trends in the residential market and draws some conclusions for the Clyde Waterfront area. 16th September 2009