Does Baillieston come under Glasgow?

Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Baillieston (Scots: Bylliestoun or Bailiestoun) is a suburb of Glasgow, Scotland. It is about 7 miles (11 km) east of the city centre. It also gives its name to Ward 20 of Glasgow City Council and forms part of the Glasgow East constituency of the UK Parliament.

When did Baillieston become part of Glasgow?

Two major changes followed: the annexation of Baillieston to Glasgow in 1975 and the construction of the M8/M73 through Baillieston (1977-1980) to the north of Swinton resulting in the loss of much farmland.

Is Baillieston in the East End of Glasgow?

Glasgow East is entirely within the Glasgow City Council area, taking in the areas of: Baillieston, Carmyle, Easterhouse, Parkhead, Shettleston and Tollcross.

What local authority is baillieston?

Baillieston (Ward 20) is one of the 23 wards of Glasgow City Council.

What is Maryhill like to live in?

But things are not always as they seem, for this patch of Glasgow is welcoming, friendly and a really nice place to live. Maryhill road stretches from the leafy ‘burb of Bearsden down to the slightly more worn edges of Charing Cross and the area it spans is as diverse as it is interesting.

Is Priesthill a nice area?

Living in Priesthill. There are a number of excellent neighbourhoods to the south of Glasgow, and Priesthill is one of the more popular. It manages to perform the difficult balancing act of being a viable suburb of a great metropolis while at the same time remaining close to wide areas of picturesque countryside.

Is Glasgow poor?

Glasgow remains the most deprived city and local authority area in Scotland. The following summary provides some specific statistics for Glasgow: Almost half (47%) of Glasgow’s residents, 292,000 people, reside in the 20% of most deprived areas in Scotland.