John Campbell transformed a caravan into a cottage for his 80-year-old father.
The householder was unaware permission was needed for the decking in the first place.
The cycle routes are part of a huge mission to tackle the climate crisis and promote active travel.
James Strachan did not show to Glasgow City Council’s licensing committee last week.
A settlement, worth over £500m, was agreed with around 16,000 current and former employees in 2019.
GMB is urging Glasgow City Council to go 'back to basics' rather than 'run a complaint service'.
The technology means it will be easier for people to instantly report if bins are full, damaged or have rubbish lying around.
Some 130 women are taking action against Glasgow City Council over historic abuse at Fornethy House in Angus.
The £11.9m studio will be opened in the Kelvin Hall to address a lack of studio space and boost the city's screen sector.
Glasgow City Council ready to grant permission for clubs to have maximum attendances at Ibrox and Celtic Park.
Plant owners Pladis assessing 'compelling' counter-proposal put forward by action group to save jobs at Glasgow factory.
The project, named Outlier, hopes to fund an art gallery with a kitchen and wine bar.
Restaurateur predicts 'boom' in trendy Glasgow neighbourhood.
The outage, at around 6am, knocked out the lights across the north of Glasgow.
Inter-connected woodlands will be created across the city of Glasgow and surrounding local authority areas.
The Freedom to Crawl campaign has condemned the facility in Glasgow for denying asylum seekers 'stability, privacy, and sense of safety'.
A Glasgow City Council committee heard the climate summit would go ahead in person or be delayed.
Glasgow City Council is expected to create a cross party team to remove discriminatory barriers.
A citizens’ assembly is being planned for August to help determine the 'legacy' of COP26.
Doorstep tests will be offered in the city's worst affected streets as efforts are made to stop the virus spreading.