Regenerating a City: Glasgow Introduction (01:03)
Glasgow's center is booming; the city attracts 3 million visitors per year. This film will explore its development story.
Glasgow Industries (02:11)
A tour bus guide points out historic architecture. Learn how trade and ship building helped the city prosper in the 19th and early 20th centuries.
Glasgow's Decline (01:25)
In the 1970s, globalization closed heavy industries—causing urban decay. The city needed to manage abandoned riverside property, improve social housing, and find a new direction.
Rebranding Glasgow (02:03)
Learn how the city began investing in cultural infrastructure, such as the Kelvingrove Art Gallery, to attract tourists in the 1980s and 1990s.
Glasgow Shopping (01:16)
Learn how the city attracted new businesses by marketing itself as a retail center.
Glasgow Architecture (02:31)
Former riverside industry sites were transformed into museums and conference centers. Revitalization attracts new businesses and residents.
Glasgow Housing Crisis (03:20)
In the 1950s, high rises were built to ease density in tenement neighborhoods. Projects became run down during the industrial decline and crime increased.
Gorbals Housing Regeneration (02:21)
Glasgow planners used mixed building types and designs to revitalize neighborhoods. Learn how residents participate in community development.
Gorbals Community Revitalization (01:42)
Learn how Glasgow has improved rundown neighborhoods. Private developers are investing in housing.
Glasgow Harbor Housing Regeneration (01:22)
Only three ship yards remain on the river. Learn about residential waterfront development plans.
Glasgow Harbor Revitalization (02:57)
Mixed income apartments promote sustainability. Developers invest in parks and transport links. Glasgow regeneration will continue responding to changing economics.
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