This work was part of a regeneration scheme around Govan Old Parish Church and adjacent clydeside. This historic building has a unique collection of medieval stones from the 9-11th century and is open to the public.
The works involved the completion of the new walkway on the River Clyde and around Govan Old Parish Church, embankment stabilization and viewing platforms along the side of the River Clyde between Wanlock Street and Water Row including a pathway and lighting from Govan Old Parish Church.
The works involved –
Previously, there way no walkway along this part of the river, the revetment wall had collapsed and the area was derelict. Completion of the works meant that this part of the River Clyde could once again be enjoyed by the people of Scotland and tourists.