Glasgow’s city centre offers residents and visitors an exciting mix of shopping, restaurants, night-life, theatres, galleries and much more. There will be lots of opportunities as people and businesses in the city centre take advantage of the ever-increasing pace of change in the way we live, shop, work and play. The city centre, which accounts for 34% of Glasgow’s output, will continue to provide opportunities to make the city centre a place where more people want to live.
Some of the opportunities are familiar, how to maximise vacant sites, empty shops and buildings, underused upper floors, underused plots of land, how to improve the look and feel of the city centre including traffic and emissions.
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 MVRDV and Austin-Smith:Lord, supported by Space Syntax and 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 districts of Broomielaw, Blythswood, St Enoch and Central as detailed in the Glasgow City Centre Strategy and Action Plan 2014-2019.
We are currently working on a Baseline report for the 4 districts as a whole, but 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 individual districts.
This post is an update and reminder that you have until 5 pm on Friday 5 April to comment on the draft District Regeneration Framework for Broomielaw. Click here to see the plans and fill in the questionnaire. As part of the evidence-based approach taken by the...read more
A reminder to get involved in the public consultation on (Y)our Broomielaw District Regeneration Framework (DRF). The closing date is set for Friday 5th April, so only three weeks to go.If Glasgow city centre is to fulfil its potential in the future…read more
The Broomielaw District Regeneration Framework (BDRF) is going to the City Administration Council Committee on 7th February 2019 for approval to proceed to public consultation. The public consultation will run for eight weeks…read more
The draft Broomielaw District Regeneration Framework (DRF) is moving closer to approval for public consultation. Although over 3,500 people and stakeholders have contributed, it is always exciting to see what people think of the ideas, priorities and action plans that...read more
We are currently consulting with all Council stakeholders on the content of the St Enoch District Regeneration Framework (DRF) which has been developed by the Austin-Smith:Lord team. This consultation will be complete by the 19 October 2018. As soon as we have...read more
The St Enoch report is almost ready for internal consultation. Once all the relevant Council departments have had the opportunity to feedback on the draft Regeneration Framework we will take this forward and look to get approval to formally consult with the public.read more