Here is the second blog from the team working to prepare Districts Regeneration Frameworks for Cowcaddens, Townhead, the Learning Quarter and the Merchant City. Judith Sykes and Carrie Behar are from Useful Projects which is a sustainable innovation consultancy…
In light of the current situation we find ourselves in and spending a lot of time thinking creatively about Glasgow’s future with the District Regeneration Framework team, I have been reflecting a lot. Never before has local and national Government, the press, or we as the public…
Glasgow City Council has appointed a multidisciplinary team of local and international consultants to prepare for the next phase of our City Centre District Regeneration Frameworks (DRFs). Austin-Smith-Lord will lead the team …
Former Old Firm players helped launch a new alternative giving scheme for people involved in street begging in Glasgow city centre on Tuesday 3 March. Ex Rangers striker, Mark Hateley, and former Celtic defender, Tosh McKinlay, joined supporters of Street Change Glasgow in Central Station to unveil one of three…
The City Centre Mural Trail companion booklets have always been popular with visitors and residents alike. Bright, colourful and full of information, they help people understand the scope of the project, provide background to each artwork and identify their locations. The booklets also include a short description…
Presenting the City’s ambitions for the development of the city centre over the next 15-30 years. Glasgow City Council is increasingly investing in built environment transformations that promote positive health behaviours, such as active transportation and social inclusion. Representatives from Glasgow City Council Development & Regeneration Services
(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
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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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