EAST End regeneration company Clyde Gateway has been given a top national award.

The developers behind the iconic The Albus offices at Bridgeton Cross scooped the accolade at the British Council for Offices' ceremony in London.

A judging panel praised The Albus as a "superb example".

It was recognised as a "sustainable development; delivering sound environmental credentials and also embracing both the social and economic needs of the area".

The company was presented with the UK-wide award for projects up to 2,000 m2.

The success follows an award win earlier this year in the same category for the British Council for Offices’ regional award in which The Albus was ranked best in Scotland.

Fiona Kell, investment manager for Clyde Gateway, said: "This national recognition further cements Clyde Gateway’s position as the place to do business.

"The Albus provides an office solution that directly meets the needs of business, and offers contemporary and efficient space, a point not lost on the judging panel.

"This win is not only good news for Clyde Gateway, but for Scotland as a whole, at it shows that commercial property sites in the country are beginning the lead to way.

"Businesses recognise that to succeed and grow, they require the very best transport links and high-quality technology and infrastructure facilities. Clyde Gateway offers all this and more."

The Albus is home to MadeBrave, a digital creative agency working with national and international brands.

Discussion is currently ongoing with other interested tenants, however, space is still available at this building.