Moving to Glasgow
Are you moving to Glasgow? There’s a gentle rivalry between Scotland’s two top cities: Edinburgh may be the capital but Glasgow is bigger. Edinburgh may attract more expats and tourists, but the Glaswegians are passionately proud of their cultured city on the Clyde. Glasgow cemented its position as an industrial powerhouse during the 19th century, a centre of shipping and trade that embraced manufacturing, textiles and engineering. It also has a strong cultural heritage as one of the originators of the Scottish Enlightenment movement, excelling at music, the arts and architecture. Today, it’s a forward-looking and friendly city, proud of its heritage as it forges a new future.
Complete the form below and you will receive our in-depth Moving to Glasgow report. This report covers the points below as well as many others:
• The best areas to live
• The good schools
• The average monthly rental prices
• The excellent public transport system in the city
Please complete the form below to request access to the Moving to Glasgow Report