Looking for a new home in Glasgow?
Glasgow is one of Scotland’s most iconic cities as well as being one of Scotland’s 32 distinct council areas. Its hard-working history has given it a hard-working reputation and if you match that with its status as Scotland’s City of Culture, the result is this area’s magnetic energy. It’s very much the attraction of a new home here.
With pride of place on the Forth of Clyde, the city built a worldwide reputation for shipping and trade. With the passage of time, one industry has led to another, and Glasgow is still a key player in Scotland’s economy.
It’s a thriving place to live and work. With a world-class cultural heritage - which includes the National Theatre of Scotland, the Scottish Ballet and the Scottish Opera - its visitor economy is strong too.
Add galleries, museums, parks, shopping, universities and nightlife, and the expression ‘there’s something for everyone’ rings true. Ayrshire’s coast and Argyll & Bute’s highlands add the final dimension to a work-life balance.
The M73, M74, M77, M8 are Glasgow’s great motorway connections. Fast trains from Central Station get you to Edinburgh in an hour and to London in five and a half. International flights from Glasgow Airport keep this gateway to Scotland wide open.