Glasgow gets taller

Copper Cromar is to design Scotland’s tallest building, a 39-storey, £100 million mixed-use development in Glasgow. The 134m-high development, known as Elphinstone Place, will stand 9m taller than the city’s Science Centre Tower. The building, for Glasgow-based consortium Elphinstone, will replace the Strathclyde Regional Council offices. ...

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