The St Enoch District Regeneration Framework (DRF) follows on from similar documents previously generated for both the Sauchiehall & Garnethill, and Broomielaw districts. As such it identifies a number of different strategic aims and project activities for the area. Like the Broomielaw document before it, St Enoch DRF is also strongly associated with the regeneration of the River Clyde and references the theme of (Y)our River Park.

Additionally, it also includes the themes of (Y)our Great Streets & Spaces, (Y)our Updated Mobility, (Y)our Great Buildings, (Y)our Vibrant St Enoch, as well as Transforming (Y)our St Enoch. Each of these different elements contributes towards the overall ambition for the district and, in the same way, each DRF contributes to the wider aspirations for the city centre and, by extension, Glasgow.

Consequently, given the potential impact of these proposals, it is so important that as many people as possible take the opportunity to read over these vision documents and understand what is planned. More importantly, it is an opportunity for you to provide your comments and inform the conversation going forward.

St Enoch DRF formally went live on 14th June and remains available for comment until 6th September. You can access the document and the GCC Consultation Hub via the following links:

Draft St Enoch DRF Document

GCC Consultation Page

Please let us know what you think.