No, that picture above, exuding wealth and privilege, is NOT in Ruchazie.
Ruchazie is a neighbourhood in Glasgow, situated to the east of the city next to the well-known Easterhouse scheme. A small hamlet existed in the area from at least the 18th to the mid-20th century near to the Gartcraig Colliery located where the local housing office now stands. There was also a productive brick works at Gartcraig from the 1870s to the 1920s. Developed for housing as part of the city's 'Greater Easterhouse' programme in the 1950s, mostly consisting of tenements, the neighbourhood was at the centre of gang wars and other signs of social deprivation. Now (2020) the area has experienced considerable regeneration and improvement through Ruchazie Housing Association.
Ruchazie is the only district in Glasgow that does not have a public house, but in August 2009, construction of a Soccerworld five-a-sides complex was completed and opened to the public. The facility includes a soft play area, female-only gym and a licensed bar. There were two churches in the area: Ruchazie Parish Community Church of Scotland, but the Roman Catholic church closed in 2014. The local schools had already closed and been merged with others in the early 2000s.
However, amongst this rather struggling picture, in 2016, Glasgow City Council outlined plans for the development of the Greater Easterhouse area (including Ruchazie) over the next 20 years, a sign of hope in this community.
Another sign of hope is the work developing in Ruchazie Church of Scotland where Marcos (Quinteros) now works as a pastor. Gwen, his wife, helps jn many ways too, although she has her own work, as well as being Mum to two active teenage girls.