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Owners and occupiers of crumbling buildings around Glasgow have been warned that they risk having their properties acquired by the council. A report by Glasgow City Council says more than 1,500 listed buildings in the city need investment to save them for future generations. The council aims to achieve this by ramping up its use of statutory powers such as compulsory purchase orders.

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