Presenting the City’s ambitions for the development of the city centre over the next 15-30 years.
About this Event
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 will present the City’s ambitions for the development of the city centre over the next 15-30 years.
Towards a more people-focused, liveable place.
2 March 2020, Glasgow School of Art- Reid Building, 164 Renfrew Street, Glasgow, G3 6RQ
6.30 – 6.40 Welcome
6.40 – 7.00 City Centre Strategic Development Framework
7.00 – 7.20 City Centre Living Strategy
7.20 – 8.00 Discussion and feedback
If you are interested you can register and book a place on Eventbrite. If you have any questions about the event please contact Harriet Simms, GSA Community Engagement Officer, at firstname.lastname@example.org
The public consultation exercise for Central District Regeneration Framework (CDRF) closes on 14 February 2020, and the information received during this process will inform its final draft.
Thereafter, this document will return to Glasgow City Council’s City Administration Committee for final approval before becoming a live document. The council will then look to deliver on the outputs contained within the CDRF Action Plan over the next ten years. There will be regular updates as the themed projects develop.
Additionally, Blythswood District Regeneration Framework (BLDRF) has now received approval to proceed to public consultation. This process will commence on 31 January 2020 and continue for eight weeks, closing on 27 March 2020.
Glasgow City Council has already received thousands of responses from members of the public during the engagement and consultation phases of the City Centre Districts Strategy. However, your thoughts, comments and suggestions are still needed to help inform the remaining DRFs, with specific reference to both Central DRF (before it closes) and Blythswood DRF (once it goes live).
In this way, please continue to let us know how you feel about these proposals. You can access links to the Central, and Blythswood DRF surveys, below. Additionally, you can also access the results of previous DRF surveys via Glasgow City Council’s Consultation Hub, a link for which is also provided below.
Central DRF Consultation – click here for the survey on the Central DRF.
Blythswood DRF Consultation –click here for the Blythswood DRF survey.
Previous DRF Consultations – click here to access GCC’s Consultation Hub and the results of previous DRF surveys.