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Old December 8th, 2009, 05:43 PM   #261
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Key site is unveiled for new £5m office block


Published on 8 Dec 2009

These are the striking images of a new multi-million *development which will breath life into Govan.
The £5.1million development will involve the construction of a four-storey state of the art office block close to the site of the new Southern General Hospital.
Award-winning Glasgow architects gm + ad, who were involved with the city centre Radisson Hotel and Hazelwood School near Mosspark, have come up with yet another state of the art design.
Developers Calmont Metro Ltd lodged a planning application with Glasgow City Council seeking the go-ahead for the office block.
And if it gets the go-ahead, work could start around the middle of next year.
The 42,000sq ft office building in Moss Road would regenerate the former McDonald’s site which lies close to Lidl supermarket.
Designers say its location on the approach road to the Clyde Tunnel would make it a key site.
Chris Malcolm, project director with gm + ad architects, said: “The design marks the gateway to the city from the airport and M8, and *reinforces the urban grid pattern of Govan.
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It's a nice box but with no architectural features worthy of note. Its the usual boring glass steel/aluminum structure. With a service life of probably 40 years
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Item 1b (8 pages)


12 January 2010

APPLICATION 09/02689/DC

DATE VALID 19.11.2009

SITE ADDRESS
Site At Govan Cross Shopping Centre/Govan Underground/Water Row/ Govan Road Glasgow

PROPOSAL
Public realm improvements including resurfacing, landscaping and installation of street
furniture and use of ground as open air market for a temporary period.

SITE AND DESCRIPTION
The application seeks full planning permission for public realm improvements including resurfacing, landscaping
and installation of street furniture and the use of ground as an open air market for a temporary period until such
times as the site at Water Row, adjoining the civic square, is developed. It has been indicated that a
complimentary lighting scheme will be developed and implemented at a later date.
The application site comprises four main areas of public realm within Govan Town Centre, including: the ‘civic
square’, in the ownership of the Council, and an area of adjoining vacant ground to the north in the ownership of
City Property (Glasgow) LLP; Water Row, also in Council ownership; the area of open space in front of the
underground station and associated with the bus terminus, in the ownership of SPT, and; the open space in
front of Govan Cross Shopping Centre which the Shopping Centre themselves own. The application site also
includes the footpaths directly associated with each of these areas as well as those in the immediate vicinity.
The public realm works incorporate a number of separate but related elements, including the resurfacing of hard
areas, using a combination of Caithness Stone and granite in keeping with the areas historic setting, the
installation of new stainless steel street furniture which will have a unified style and appearance and the
introduction of an area of soft landscaping within the square. As indicated above, it is also hoped to establish
the square as a multi-functional space by enabling the use of part of the space for a temporary market on
Saturdays.
It should be noted that the railings around the disused public toilets are to be removed to facilitate the
improvements. The railings are unlisted and the toilets have been temporarily covered over. A permanent
solution involving the infilling of the toilets is currently being investigated. It is not proposed to reinstate the
railings in their original position following the works and instead they will be placed in storage for possible future
alternative use within Govan town centre.
The cost of the works is approximately £2million and will be jointly funded mainly by Glasgow City Council, the
Scottish Government and the Heritage Lottery.
The Central Govan Action Plan and Govan Townscape Heritage Teams responsible for the promotion and
delivery of the public realm improvements undertook a consultation exercise, engaging with people who live and
work in Govan. Over 500 surveys were issued to local residents, meetings were held with key organisations,
two public meetings took place and a study tour to Edinburgh looking at successful public spaces was also
organised. The results of the extensive consultation were subsequently fed back to the Design Team who have
attempted to incorporate the significant common themes into the overall design.
The exercise highlighted a number of principle issues and themes which people wished to be addressed
through the proposed improvements or incorporated into the overall scheme. The exercise produced ambitious
results which were summarised into a series of aims for the main areas which at times had competing
requirements. These were: enhanced views to the river; provision of an obvious route from the subway to the
proposed ferry; visual linking of the public spaces and the market area; enhanced profile and position of the
market, including the provision of a marquee, stalls and Christmas tree; provision of vandal proof seating and
incorporation of children’s play; increased green space; retention of the restored fountain; incorporation of
historical interpretation and artwork, and; lighting.
With regard to the proposed public realm works, it is sought to re-establish and define the function of the town
square as a meaningful and useable civic space which people of live and work in Govan can identify with and
relate to and to create a cohesive and identifiable town centre by establishing a clear visual relationship with the
adjacent public spaces on the opposite side of Govan Road.
This is achieved through the use of a limited palette of good quality surfacing materials throughout all areas.
The main paved surfaces will be constructed of Caithness stone and granite setts, walls and steps will be pale
grey granite and engraved panels for artwork are a finer grained grey granite which compliments the Caithness.
The design for the main square reflects the demands made of what will be a well used civic space and will
provide a setting for the listed church building, which is a significant feature in historical photographs of Govan
town square. It also reserves an area for a proposed marquee which will be erected on market days to provide
shelter to some of the market stalls and customers. Within this area, an interactive sundial has been
incorporated into the paving which allows the time to be read from the shadow of a person standing in the
centre. This will allow active use of this space whilst not required for the market.
The square will accommodate the restored fountain (subject of a separate application for listed building consent)
and a ground based labyrinth feature which provides the opportunity for engraved granite panels illustrating
local historical events and art work, the designs of which will be created through projects to be facilitated by
CGAP and GCTHI.
There will also be an area of soft landscaping which shall allow the retention of two existing trees and the
introduction of low level planting beds. The area directly to the north of the square, in the ownership of
City Property (Glasgow) LLP, will be re-surfaced with tarmac to allow its continued use by the market until such
times as the site is re-developed. The market will operate each Saturday between the hours of 9.00 am and
3.00 pm. The northern boundary of the square as it meets the temporary market area will be defined by a low
level wall.
The two other main public spaces will be treated in a similar manner to the square itself in terms of the palette of
materials and street furniture, however, the design of these areas will be much simpler and more regular than
that of the principal civic square, although it is intended to incorporate historical interpretation and artwork in
both areas. These details have not yet been finalised due to the very restricted timescales and can be dealt with
through the imposition of appropriate conditions.
With regard to Water Row, this ‘street’ has been highlighted as being extremely important, not only in terms of
its historical significance but also in relation to its future role in providing both a visual and a physical link to the
River Clyde and destinations beyond Govan. As such, it is intended to upgrade Water Row but not by replacing
the surface but instead by lifting and re-instating the existing setts to improve its condition. This will represent a
major step forward in re-establishing and strengthening the route from the town centre to the river front and
potential ferry terminal.
Surrounding footpaths associated with the public spaces and their immediate environs within the town centre
have been included in the application to provide a wider setting for these areas.
It should be noted that preventative measures, the topography of the site, technical requirements and the brief
itself have presented competing, and at times conflicting, issues that required resolution through careful design
and compromise.

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Work to start on Govan’s £2m facelift


Published on 14 Jan 2010

Work will start within weeks on giving a historic area of Glasgow a £2 million facelift.

Planners have given the go-ahead to a scheme which will result in the revamp of the civic square, Water Row, an area of ground in front of the Subway station and land in front of Govan shopping centre.

The work will involve resurfacing pavements and other public areas with Caithness stone and granite and installing stainless steel street furniture.
Steve Inch, the city council’s executive director of development and regeneration, said it is also hoped the square will be used for a Saturday market.
Mr Inch said the aim of the scheme, announced yesterday, is to re-establish and define the function of the square as a meaningful and useable public space. He added: “The design reflects the demands made of what will be a well-used civic space and will provide a setting for the listed church which is a significant feature in historical photographs of Govan town square.
“It also reserves an area for a proposed marquee which will be erected on market days to provide shelter.”
Mr Inch said an interactive sundial where the shadow of a person can tell the time will also be incorporated.
The existing fountain will be restored and engraved granite panels illustrating historic local events and art work.
A number of public meetings were held to ask the people of Govan what they wanted to happen in the area and more than 500 survey forms were handed out.
Govan councillor Stephen Dornan said: “About £68m of housing is being built in the area and this new plan is the first step in the regeneration of Govan Cross.
“If you go into an area which looks rundown you don’t want to be there.
“All that will change in the next few years and Govan will feel like a good place to be.”
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Thanks for the updates, Mo. There's some real good news stories in here. The Shopping Centre and surrounding area in Govan is almost comically bad, so its really good to see that there are going to be improvements to the public realm. I do worry about 'stainless steel' street furniture. I think it looks pretty cheap, though with the number of pensioners and infirm people in the area, no doubt these benches will be well-used amenities.

Any idea what is being planned for that horrendous car park/wasteground that is adjacent to the Pearce Institute? There could be some lovely access to the waterfront down there. I'm sure you've posted something in the past, but I can't quite remember.
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Any idea what is being planned for that horrendous car park/wasteground that is adjacent to the Pearce Institute? There could be some lovely access to the waterfront down there. I'm sure you've posted something in the past, but I can't quite remember.
Housing is proposed for the car park area legs, several designs have been submited over the past but yet to be chosen and integrated in to the Water Row waterfront masterplan, untill that decision is taken in the meantime that area will be used as a market stall area as it is at present.

Its good this is all happening, the area was getting real downtroden over the years, i hear there might be prospects of a design competiton for the Govan ferry Terminal being drawn up, lets see what happens its a bad time financialy for a lot of agencies, all are being very tightfisted on developments these days.
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Its good this is all happening, the area was getting real downtroden over the years, i hear there might be prospects of a design competiton for the Govan ferry Terminal being drawn up, lets see what happens its a bad time financialy for a lot of agencies, all are being very tightfisted on developments these days.
Aye, tough times indeed for these sorts of publicly funded projects. I'm torn between wanting something, anything to happen soon and wanting to wait for something of reasonable quality to be built there at a later date. It strikes me, looking at the Govan Shopping Centre and the subway station, that taking the cheap, immediate solution has caused a lot of the nastiness and air of disrepair that we see round that way today.
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Got this from the local press today, i'm glad they are gettin rid of the planter,it realy does make the place very congested, it will be good to get some seating and new ground surfaces in front the the centre.

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whoever did that sketch should be thoroughly embarrassed... unless they were a 9 year old child.
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17932 Glasgow Former County Bingo 908 Govan Road G51 3AF Under offer

Rumour I'm Hearing is Govan Housing Association has put the offer in.

Can anyone confirm this ?


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Minister for Culture launches book on Govan's archaeology and development

Issued: Fri, 19 Feb 2010 10:54:00 GMT

A new book, Historic Govan: Archaeology and Development, which reveals Govan's long and intriguing history, has been launched by the Minister for Culture Fiona Hyslop at the Pearce Institute in Govan.

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Reference: 10/00320/DC Community Cnl: Govan East
Address: Site At Govan Cross Shopping Centre/Govan Underground/Water Row/
Govan Road Glasgow
Proposal: Public realm improvements including resurfacing, landscaping and installation of street
furniture and use of ground as open air market for a temporary period - variation of
condition 11 of consent 09/02689/DC to allow market to operate between 0600 and 2000
hours.
Date Received: 12.02.2010 Date Valid: 12.02.2010
Applicant
Details:
Central Govan Action Plan
Agent Details:
Ward: Govan Representation Expiry Date: 23.03.2010
Type: Full Planning Permission Level: Local Development
Case Officer: Ms S Connelly, 0141 287 6095
Listing: Cons Area: Govan
Map Reference: (E) 255468 (N) 665773
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  • PROMINENT B LISTED FORMER CINEMA BUILDING CLOSE TO GOVAN CROSS
  • COMPRISES SITE AREA OF 0.183 HECTARES (0.45 ACRES) OR THEREBY
  • TOTAL GROUND FLOOR GROSS INTERNAL AREA APPROX. 1,773 sq m (19,085 sq ft)
  • OFFERS INVITED IN EXCESS OF £275,000 PLUS VAT FOR THE HERITABLE INTEREST WITH
  • VACANT POSSESSION
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The BIG Lottery Fund has today (Wed 12th March) announced that

Govan Workspace Limited in Glasgow has been awarded £1,000,000 to build a four storey office block in an area of former shipyard that has been derelict for 20 years. The project will build 2,787 square metres of rentable office space on a 2.2 hectare site, creating a training facility, training opportunities and 110 new jobs to continue the economic regeneration of Govan.




Location
Greater Govan & Glasgow Harbour, Linthouse

Address
Holmfauld Road, Govan, G51 4RY

Type
Current

Description
The 5.4-acre site, which lies between Holmfauld Rd and the BAE shipyard, has been lying disused for 15 years. It was recently acquired by Govan Workspace and there are plans to develop it as a high-quality business campus.

The development will be phased over the next 10 years. When completed will provide 130,000ft2 of office and workshop space.

Enabling works, including the treatment of site contamination, have already been carried out with financial support from the Scottish Government’s Vacant & Derelict Land Fund through Glasgow City Council, and from Scottish Enterprise.


Cost
Phase 1 Enabling Works £950,000; Phase 2 £5.3m

Current status
Enabling Works completed. Phase 2 planned 2010/11


Timescale
2008 - 18

Lead partner
Govan Workspace Ltd.

Other partners
Glasgow City Council; Scottish Government; Scottish Enterprise; Big Lottery

Project team
Gardiner & Theobald; ADF Architects; Struer Consulting Engineers; DSSR Consulting Engineers

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Govan Cross revamp deal should be sealed today


Published on 25 Mar 2010



Contracts to carry out a £600,000 revamp to the area around Glasgow’s Govan Subway station are expected to be appro*ved tomorrow.

Strathclyde Partner*ship for Transport is expected to approve a contractor to carry out the upgrade which should be completed at the Govan Cross site by late summer.

The programme of work involves removing the existing pavements and replacing them with Caithness flagstones and granite similar to the pavement surface in the city’s Buchanan Street.

Mature trees and seating will be introduced and public art may be installed.

Street furniture and signeage and light at the 1970s-built Subway building will be improved.

The work, to be managed by SPT and funded by Glasgow City Council, will improve the area, although in the long-term SPT hopes to transform Govan station into an interchange similar to that at Partick.

A report to the transport organisation states: “The current condition of the public paths surrounding the subway station and the adjacent bus terminus is poor.”

It went on to say that the area “has uncoordinated street furniture and a variety of dated design styles.”

SPT chairman Jonathan Findlay said: “The landscaping around Govan Subway and Shopping Centre is at the moment very poor.

“We are keen to progress our plans for Subway modernisation, but it is important to point out that does not just include improvements within stations and underground.

“Our customers, and those who live and work around Subway stations, deserve a pleasant and welcoming environment and we hope that these works will contribute to that.

“Glasgow City Council and Govan Shopping Centre deserve much praise for helping make this facelift happen.”

Councillor George Ryan, the city council’s executive member for business and the economy, said: “Improving the area around Govan underground and bus station is the latest phase of the area’s regeneration and one that will make the place more attractive and safer for Govan’s commuters.

“This work complements the wider rejuvenation of Govan and the waterfront on the south side of the Clyde.”
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Artist's impression of the Square in Govan after renovation.



The Square at Govan Cross will be transformed using natural stone paving, new lighting and street furniture, creating a space with a view of the Clyde and a venue for community events.
As part of the works at The Square, the Aitken Memorial Fountain will be fully restored and reinstalled and paving slabs will be engraved to reflect Govan’s long and fascinating history and promising future.
The three projects are being co-ordinated by the Central Govan Action Plan (CGAP) in consultation with the local people.
CGAP hopes a ‘friends of Govan Cross’ organisation will be established sometime in May. There will be an inaugural meeting at the Pearce Institute on May 12 at 6pm. Those wishing to attend are asked to call 440-2334 or e-mail [email protected].
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Artist's impression of the Square in Govan after renovation.



The Square at Govan Cross will be transformed using natural stone paving, new lighting and street furniture, creating a space with a view of the Clyde and a venue for community events.
As part of the works at The Square, the Aitken Memorial Fountain will be fully restored and reinstalled and paving slabs will be engraved to reflect Govan’s long and fascinating history and promising future.
The three projects are being co-ordinated by the Central Govan Action Plan (CGAP) in consultation with the local people.
CGAP hopes a ‘friends of Govan Cross’ organisation will be established sometime in May. There will be an inaugural meeting at the Pearce Institute on May 12 at 6pm. Those wishing to attend are asked to call 440-2334 or e-mail [email protected].
That's terrific news. And with a subway refurb across the road, lets hope the ripples of regeneration spread across Govan!

In the interests of never being satisfied, I think the area to the immidiate south - between The Square and the river, needs the most attention.

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For clarity the square is marked in green. The area marked in red will be highly visible from the city's main tourist attraction rising across the river.

I guess this'll be a case of waiting for the private sector to come up with the goods. Like they haven't at the graving docks along the road.. God I hate recession. Bring on the boom!
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A bridge would do nicely between Govan and the Transport Museum. Would mean Govan would probably be the closest Subway stop to visit it.
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A bridge would do nicely between Govan and the Transport Museum. Would mean Govan would probably be the closest Subway stop to visit it.
Yep, it would solve the rather strange problem that there isn't presently any direct transport to the new... eh... transport museum (until Fastlink gets up and running anyway).

If the mixed leisure/retail scheme on the other side of the Kelvin goes ahead though, any proposed bridge would be better going from that side to Govan, given the lack of space in front of the museum (and since there's a pedestrian bridge across the Kelvin as part of that scheme).
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