CGAP Projects

Since its inception in 2006, the Central Govan Action Plan has generated a multitude of projects, all aimed at making Central Govan attractive, vibrant and prosperous. Many of these projects are complete, others are being implemented and some, like the development of Water Row as a lively riverside hub, are on our wish list. From multi-million pound housing developments to public art installations, archaeological excavations to a lovely new pedestrian bridge linking Govan to the north bank of the Clyde, the project variety is enormous as is the number of people and organisations involved in implementing them. Use the filters to help find individual projects, or, if you really want to get into Govan, read them all. Go on, get in!

Govan Gateway Housing

Making a bold statement, the ‘Govan Gateway’ housing development forms an attractive new entranceway to Govan Town Centre.  Designed to complement the neighbouring, B-listed ‘Lloyds TSB Building’ (referred to locally as the Potted Heid building), the Gateway brings a striking contemporary feel to this busy … Continued

Fabulous Flats on Govan Road

Nineteen traditional tenement flats at 956 to 976 Govan Road and 5 Rathlin Street have been totally transformed in bid to boost owner-occupation in Govan town centre. Stone repairs have restored the exterior of this blonde sandstone building to its former glory, while, inside, the interiors have … Continued

Strut your stuff on Langlands Path

Improvement works to turn Langlands Path from drab to fab completed in March 2014. The uneven walking surface, overgrown shrubs and down at heel appearance are gone forever, replaced by a lovely new path built for pedestrians and cyclists, with natural stone entrance … Continued

Riverside Hall

Don’t judge by appearances… Riverside Hall is a friendly and vibrant community hall that sits nestled in Clydebrae Street in the Riverside area of Govan. As the focal point for many community activities, clubs and events, the hall is a vital … Continued

Fairfield

Yes it’s back! Fairfield, one of Govan and Scotland’s most iconic maritime buildings, is back in business following a truly exceptional £6 million restoration programme spanning 2009 to 2015.  Led by Govan Workspace and aided by the support of numerous project volunteers, the restored building, … Continued

Orkney Street Enterprise Centre

  The Orkney Street Enterprise Centre provides attractive, accessible and multi-functional space for a diverse mix of local businesses and community support organisations. The building was restored as part of the Central Govan Action Plan during 2007 and 2009, and … Continued

The Pearce Institute

The Pearce Institute (known locally as the PI) is one of the most important buildings in Govan and its repair and restoration was one of the top priorities of Govan Cross Townscape Heritage Initiative. Designed by Sir Rowand Anderson and completed … Continued

The Portal

Take a walk on the creative side… The Portal is an exciting community arts venue in the heart of Govan. It offers a wide range of arts and creative opportunities to people of all ages and abililities. Housed in a strip … Continued

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