Key partners

Clyde Gateway is a partnership between Glasgow City Council, South Lanarkshire Council and Scottish Enterprise with funding from the Scottish Government.

Clyde Gateway also work closely with a number of other organisations, agencies and bodies within the local communities, creating and maintaining excellent community partnerships who are working towards achieving joint aims and aspirations for the area and its continued future development.

Our key partners

Glasgow City Council

South Lanarkshire Council

Scottish Enterprise

The Scottish Government

Clyde Gateway East

Red Tree Business Suites

Commonwealth Games 2014

Jobs & Business Glasgow

Routes to Work, South Lanarkshire

Skills Development Scotland

John Wheatley College

South Lanarkshire College

City of Glasgow College

Eastbank Academy pupils - London Road mural

Strathclyde Partnership for Transport (SPT)

City Building, Glasgow

Glasgow Life

Scottish Sports Futures

Street League

Action for Children


BT Openreach

Scottish Federation of Housing Associations

Thenue Housing Association

Glasgow Housing Association

Rutherglen and Cambuslang Housing Association

West of Scotland Housing Association

City Property (Glasgow) LLP

Community Safety Glasgow

Greater Glasgow Health Board

Metropolitan Glasgow Strategic Drainage Partnership

Business Gateway

Federation of Small Businesses

Glasgow City Marketing Bureau

Glasgow & Clyde Valley Green Network Partnership

Rutherglen Glencairn FC

Spectrum Properties

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Rick de Blaby

Chief Executive, MEPC

“The infrastructure that Clyde Gateway has committed to this particular area is enormous and we have been happy to invest alongside that. Indeed we would like to be in a position to extend that investment.”