The City Centre is made up of nine distinct districts, and we will produce District Framework reports for each of them.
(Y)OUR CITY CENTRE DISTRICTS
Glasgow City Council have appointed a team led by Austin-Smith:Lord supported by a multidisciplinary team to develop with stakeholders and local communities, Regeneration Frameworks for four districts within the City Centre.
This exciting opportunity will focus on the Merchant City, the Learning Quarter, Townhead and Cowcaddens as detailed in the Glasgow City Centre Strategy and Action Plan 2014-2019.
The Sauchiehall DRF is now in the delivery phase, plans have been completed for Broomielaw, Blythswood, Central and St Enoch and we are working on plans for the Merchant City, the Learning Quarter, Townhead and Cowcaddens We will soon start to engage with local people, agencies and stakeholders to listen, learn and identify the best way to bring about sustainable regeneration to each of the districts.
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.
It is time to let us know what you think the key issues and opportunities are for some or all the districts we are creating District Regeneration Frameworks for. You can contact us and leave as many comments
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 …
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
Consultation is underway on regeneration plans for Glasgow’s Central District. Glasgow City Council has considered a report on a draft regeneration strategy for the Central District of the city centre and approved a 10-week public consultation…
Glasgow City Council has considered a report on a draft regeneration strategy for the Central District of the city centre and approved a 10-week public consultation on the draft strategy which goes live today (6 December 2019).
The first deliverable of the City Deal Avenues project is now complete. Sauchiehall Street, between Charing Cross and Rose Street, has been transformed – and has also been a useful demonstrator project for this new approach to the public realm and placemaking in Glasgow