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dav1ejp

Anderston

Safedem using there hi reach to bring the block closest to the old peoples home at the back. Another successful project brought to the ground within 1 day.









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okaydoak

These are the houses in Cranstonhill that I referred to in my Topic of 25 April. Keep the photos coming - there should be some spectacular ones when they shortly bring down St.Vincent Terrace behind!

Chris.
actonian

I haven't been following this but is the plan to demolish the entire block of flats here on St Vincent Street? I used to live in Finnieston and always thought if you demolished them you could pretty much regenerate the entire area (given how much land they cover). I now live in London but if/when I move back Finnieston/Anderston would probably top my list of places to stay.
dav1ejp

okaydoak wrote:
These are the houses in Cranstonhill that I referred to in my Topic of 25 April. Keep the photos coming - there should be some spectacular ones when they shortly bring down St.Vincent Terrace behind!

Chris.


yeah the big tall block will be a while yet as the rubble all needs processed and then they will use it to build a pad for the machine to sit on while they bring the height off the blocks
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