The public consultation for the St Enoch District Regeneration Framework (DRF) concluded on the 6 September and the results of this will be considered prior to presenting it being presented to the City Administration Committee for final approval.
This District has a mixture of land uses including retail, entertainment, business and residential. The District also runs alongside the River Clyde and has significant transport hubs, St Enoch’s Subway and Argyle Street train station. One of the most dominant buildings is the St Enoch Shopping Centre, but this does not take away from historic richness found in many buildings in and around the High Street, Trongate and the Saltmarket.
There is an opportunity to promote this mixture of function and use by creating an improved pedestrian environment in certain public spaces. The waterfront experience should make the most of all the things that are happening in the District while promoting itself as a place to visit, live and work.
The following suggested Avenues projects for this District will significantly improve the look and feel of these public spaces. These works are currently expected to be completed by 2023.
- Clyde Street
- Glassford Street – Stockwell Stree
Once the DRF is approved work will begin on delivering the action plan with the aim of transforming St Enoch into an even more vibrant place.