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Published by Glasgow City Council in Glasgow .
Written in English

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A study carried out by EDAW and RMJM, Glasgow economic development consultants and architects on behalf of Comunn na Gàidhlig, Urras Foghlam na Gàidhlig, Glasgow City Council and the Glasgow Development Agency.

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