Rutherglen was granted its statute in 1126, just two years after David I ascended the throne of Scotland, making it one of the oldest royal burgas in Scotland. The award helped make Rutherglen an important shopping mall. In addition to some commercial areas and the large industrial estates of Farme Cross and Shawfield, the neighborhoods referred to are residential; the 1922 Rutherglen Lore book indicates the deliberate intention that the historic Burgh area be surrounded on the south by residential suburbs, while all land in the north is dedicated to industry, and that is still the case a century later.
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