The City Council’s Planning Service would like feedback on the Draft City Centre Strategic Development Framework 2050 which hopes to set out a plan for how space should be used and what it should be used for. This will guide developers and shape the evolution of the City Centre. The document can be found here [7.3 MB PDF].
The Framework is one of six such documents being prepared as part of the City Development Plan and we would like your input. The Framework identifies key points of interest for the centre that respond to local issues and potential opportunities. The plan is to make our city more Vibrant, Liveable, Connected, Green and Resilient. The goal is to make the centre more people-friendly, an attractive place to live, work, visit and to invest in, as well as improving the centre’s green infrastructure and its capability to deal with the pressures arising from climate change. We would like you to have your say on the future of the City Centre. Your local knowledge is needed to build a city centre for all.
The consultation period runs from Wednesday 6 November until Friday 17 January 2020 during which time the document will be available on the Council’s Consultation Hub. Comments can be made via the Hub or directly to SDFconsultation@glasgow.gov.uk. For further information, please contact Fiona Campbell, DRS, Planning & Building Standards on 0141 287 8547. firstname.lastname@example.org