Broomielaw is a major thoroughfare in the City of Glasgow, UK. It runs adjacent to the River Clyde, on its North Bank through the International Financial Services District. Clyde Waterfront is a strategic partnership comprising the Scottish Government, Scottish Enterprise, Glasgow City, Renfrewshire and West Dunbartonshire Councils.
This high profile project successfully regenerated previously run down areas on both banks of the River Clyde with its purpose to promote the economic, social and environmental regeneration of 13 miles of the River Clyde from Glasgow city centre to Dumbarton. The area featured was along the Clyde Waterfront between Anderson Quay and Clyde Street.
The public realm spaces accommodates multiple user requirements from access by foot or by cycle and provide opportunities to sit and eat lunch or merely observe the life of the city. Some 13,800m2 of Linear Parks were created in the public realm works using granite and Italian porphyry paving.