Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6Clyde Gateway, a specially created urban regeneration company covering 840 hectares, has embarked on the largest regeneration scheme in Scotland designed to drive forward a massive investment programme over a 20 year period and to deliver unparalleled social, economic and physical change. With a target to create 20,000 jobs over two decades, the public sector investment-led model will attract a further £1.5 billion of investment and private development to change the face of the East End of Glasgow. The Shawfield Regeneration Project enabled Clyde Gateway to undertake the task of remediating large tracts of previously derelict and contaminated land in order to launch the National Business District (NBD) which will bring back much needed jobs and economic growth to the area delivering initiatives asked for by the community. The NBD provides an opportunity to bring 10,000 jobs to the location, meeting 50% of Clyde Gateway’s overall employment target. The remediation of the Phase 1 site required close collaboration across the supply chain to deliver the project using an innovative process for the treatment of hexavalent chromium at depth, believed to be a first in Europe, and the re-cycling and re-use of existing demolition materials within the site. Working to improve our Environment