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Planning and Design Models

Planning and Design Models

In this new age of modern technology computer generated models aid Developers and Planners to display and assess proposed projects. The photos in this section of the Urban Glasgow Collection features some of the models and displays previously used to explain regeneration areas or simple changes within a smaller area. As we enter a new era of major regeneration it is good to reflect on some of the projects that took place many years ago. It may still be possible to take photos of these areas today to see what changed have taken place since time of the model.

We all now know of the Glasgow City Centre Scale Model. Although this is now in storage it may be possible to access the model or images of it so that a comparison can be made of areas within the City Centre. For other areas may be a bit of urban exploration will uncover how areas outside the City Centre have changed.
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Anderston Cross







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Building Proposal - in Lego!

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Castlemilk

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Clydeside Expressway







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Clydeside Walkway













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Drawing Office



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Drumchapel Shopping Centre







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Eastwood Scheme

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Exhibition











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Garnethill Building scale model

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Garthamlock Housing Layout

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Glasgow University scale model



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Hutchesontown Gorbals CDA model



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Kingston Bridge















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Location of Redevelopment Areas

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Lord Provost

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Multi Residential proposal model

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Planning Office









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Proposed view from Carlton Place

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Riddrie, Smithycroft School







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Royal Exchange Assurance - Saint Vincent Street



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Royston CDA Redevelopment 1964

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Townhead Interchange scale model





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Unknown - possibly Springburn Balgrayhill
Can someone confirm?








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