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The council have inflicted the "Avenues" project on the retailers and restaurateurs trying to make a living off Sauchiehall St. Bad enough that they've had a fire preventing traffic, and that's what will get the blame, but the reality is the Avenues project to remove...More
The one time best shopping street of Glasgow is now a shadow of it's former self. It all began when Buchanan Galleries opened, then Buchanan Street and St.Enoch Cenre had to up their game. The shops on Sauchiehall Street have failed to keep up and...More
Sauchiehall street is one of the most famous streets in Scotland so it is very sad to see it's current state. It seems very dark with virtually no Christmas lighting and is generally scruffy and uninviting. Sorry to say that Buchanan Street and Argyll Street...More
What a mess pedestrianisation has caused on Sauciehall street plus the effect of the massive fire that for a second time just about destroyed The Macintosh building. The East end towards Buchanan street and centre is fine for shopping. Watt brothers remains an iconic shop...More
This street seemed so run down and in dire need of investment. The area after dark seemed very rough but thankfully I seen police officers on the beat. Sadly lots of homelessness sleeping rough and many shop front's closed down. Hopefully the area might improve...More
Was taken aback at how much Sauchiehall Street had deteriorated since my last visit some years ago. Used to be so vibrant, and no visit to Glasgow would be complete without a walk up and down. Now seems to be a shadow of its former...More
After recent blazes at both ends of the street this once proud shopping street it is sadly looking worse for wear. A lot of cheap bargain and charity shops starting to appear making Argyle street feel a better prospect.