A Scottish tall storey reprieve - in pictures



The high rise flats in Sighthill in the north of Glasgow. Half of the flats have been demolished but several remain. Many of the residents left behind are asylum seekers and refugees.
Phase III of the demolition of Sighthill.
Phase three of the demolition of Sighthill.
The high rise flats in Sighthill in the North of Glasgow.
Fountainwell Court in Sighthill.
Kitchen interior, Sighthill.
The interior of a Sighthill kitchen.
Lobby of the Whitevale Flat with camera obscura effect.
The lobby of the Whitevale Tower, with a camera obscura effect.
Drying Area in Ibroxholm Flats in mid demolition.
The drying area in Ibroxholm flats.
The Red Road flats in North Glasgow were once home to 4000 people and at time of construction in 1967 they were the highest residential flats in Western Europe.
The Red Road flats in Skeleton were once home to 4000 people. At the time of construction in 1967, they were the highest residential flats in western Europe.
The last months of the Plean St High Rise Flats in Glasgow in 2010
The last months of the Plean Street high rise flats in Glasgow.
The last months of the Plean St High Rise Flats in Glasgow.
Inside the Plean Street high rise flats in Glasgow.
Inside the Old Oatlands Estate.
Inside the Old Oatlands estate, situated south of the river Clyde, which has now been demolished.
The Oatlands -a district of Glasgow situated south of the River Clyde that was demolished. The Regeneration of Oatlands is Scotlands second largest single community regeneration scheme.The old flats in Oatlands were boarded up, fenced off and lay derelict for over 10 years until they started demolishing and the old Oatlands estate has gone forever.  The land is now occupied by a new ring road system feeding into the new M74 extension.
The Oatlands were boarded up, fenced off and lay derelict for more than 10 years until demolition began.
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