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Collecting ideas for Cowcaddens, Townhead, Learning Quarter and Merchant City continues. You can still contribute, still let us know how you think things could be improved. If you live, work or visit these districts fill out either or both the Proposal form or the...
The Thriving City story map has been developed as part of the High Street Area Strategy, to offer an opportunity to explore 1500 years of history of the High Street of Glasgow. Like many projects within the strategy, the Thriving City story map intends to bring more...
The Council’s City Deal funded Sauchiehall Street Avenue has recently won the Excellence in Sustainable Infrastructure category at the Landscape Institute Awards 2020. The City Deal/City Centre Regeneration team…
A series of installations from Nich Smith Lighting Design – 2020 Visions – runs from 12 – 20 December 2020. Tron Theatre is working on a series of projects, funded through the Scottish Government’s Performing Arts Venue Relief Fund…
Glasgow City Centre has long been associated with poor air quality. However, steps are being taken to enhance air quality into the city centre. There is already evidence of what can be achieved by limiting car and bus usage in the city centre. For instance, the first...
Here is the latest blog in the series that discuss different aspects of the ongoing (Y)our City Centre Regeneration. Here artist Peter McCaughey, Lead Artist and Director of WAVEparticle introduce…
(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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