2 June 2010 - 10:11am | posted by | 0 comments

River Clyde regeneration supported by new website

River Clyde regeneration supported by new websiteRiver Clyde regeneration supported by new website

A new website has launched for Clyde Waterfront, the public sector partnership supporting the River Clyde's revitalisation as a world class waterfront location.

The new site includes a project timeline for the unfolding progress of the Clyde Waterfront regeneration, a live Twitter feed to inform audiences of latest developments in real time and enhanced information on over 250 individual regeneration projects. It also offers a fully searchable database where visitors can view more detail on the projects and also locate them on an interactive map.

The site has been created by Clyde Waterfront's digital partner Innovation Digital and is built on the Open Source Content Management System solution Umbraco 4.0, allowing Clyde Waterfront staff to easily manage the ever-changing status of development projects through planning, construction completion and occupancy.

Mark Barton, marketing manager at Clyde Waterfront, said of the new site: "This is a major step forward in building profile for Clyde Waterfront. We have redesigned the website to make it even more informative and easy to use for our many thousands of regular and first-time visitors from across the world who are interested in the Clyde's regeneration."

The new website also includes photography by McAteer Photograph documenting the transformation of the river.

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