The end of the 20th century saw declining trends in high street retail habits and city centre population density. More recently, the number of people looking to live within city centres is on the rise; however, to encourage continued growth…
Here is the fourth blog in a series that discusses different aspects of the ongoing (Y)our City Centre District Regeneration Frameworks. Dr Mark Robertson, Managing Partner of Ryden
On 3 September 2020, Glasgow City Council’s City Administration Committee approved the Glasgow Begging Strategy (GBS) for 6-week public consultation which will begin on 11 September 2020. This document has been developed by a Short Life Working Group (SLWG) which was...
Like many people impacted by the ongoing Covid-19 emergency, DRS City Centre Regeneration have endeavoured to maintain as much functionality as possible while being restricted to working from home, and this has led to the development of some innovative outputs to...
This is the third blog in response to the work being done by the team working to prepare District Regeneration Frameworks for Cowcaddens, Townhead, the Learning Quarter and the Merchant City. Professor David McGillivray is Chair in Digital…
Work continues with the development of District Regeneration Frameworks (DRFs) for Cowcaddens, Townhead, Learning Quarter and Merchant City. The process seeks to engage with as many stakeholders as possible.
(Y)OUR CITY CENTRE
The feedback from our conversations with residents, visitors, businesses, and developers is that you want a green, liveable city centre that fosters creativity and opportunity. So the Council is working with businesses, residents, institutions and public agencies to make the city centre a more people-friendly place
– a better place to live, visit and do business
moving the city centre forward
district by district
In 2015, we started to plan how to make this idea work. It’s a big job, so we split the city centre into nine recognisable ‘Districts’. We have worked with local people and businesses to identify the opportunities. By 2022 we will have a plan in place that will drive change over the next ten years. Find out more about what’s happening in each District.
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