The Richard Rogers Partnership given go-ahead
The Richard Rogers Partnership (RRP) has been given the go-ahead for a £34.5 million bridge in the heart of Glasgow.The pedestrian and cycle bridge will connect Broomielaw on the north bank of the Clyde to Tradeston on the south - areas earmarked for major regeneration. Glasgow council said it hopes RRP's competition-winning scheme will become a key element in the creation of a new City Quarter and there are also proposals for a park, river taxi and nightclub. Designed to do away ...
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