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Click for more detail Bellahouston Summer Sessions 2014: Section 11 Order Land and Environmental Services 18 Jul 2014 27 Jul 2014
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Your views are sought on a proposed Section 11 Order to suspend public access rights* normally exercisable under the Land Reform (Scotland) Act on an area of land located on the south side of Bellahouston Park, adjacent to Mosspark Boulevard. The area is equivalent to around one fifth of the total Park area. The purpose of the Order is to facilitate ticket-only access to the Bellahouston Summer Sessions; to protect public safety (both during installation of stages and sound/lighting systems, and during the events); and to provide security for temporary structures. The proposed Order will be effective from 8am on Friday 8th August until 6pm on Saturday 23rd August 2014.
 
A map showing the extent of the Order and alternative routes, where appropriate, is provided at the below link.  Representations or objections in respect of the Order may be sent to the email address below.  In the case of objections, the grounds on which they are made must be stated and contact details, including a telephone number, must be provided.
 
Please note*: this consultation refers only to management of public access rights (mainly walking and cycling).  It does not concern other matters relating to the event such as spectator management, parking issues or noise control.  Correspondence relating to the latter will not be considered.
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Click for more detail Commonwealth Games: Cathkin Braes Section 11 Order Development and Regeneration Services 09 Jun 2014 23 Jun 2014
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Your views are sought on a proposed Section 11 Order to suspend public access rights* normally exercisable under the Land Reform (Scotland) Act on two small areas of land at Cathkin Braes Country Park, together with the designated Mountain Bike Track which comprises the ‘field of play’ for the Commonwealth Games event.  The purpose of the Order is to facilitate exclusive use of the Mountain Bike Track for Commonwealth Games athletes for training and competition; to facilitate ticket-only access to the finish line; and to provide secure compounds for broadcasting and competition equipment.  The majority of the Park will remain open to the public throughout the Order period.  The proposed Order will be effective from 24th July to 29th July 2014.
 
A map showing the extent of the Order and alternative routes, where appropriate, is provided at the below link.  Representations or objections in respect of the Order may be sent to the email address below.  In the case of objections, the grounds on which they are made must be stated and contact details, including a telephone number, must be provided.
 
Please note*: this consultation refers only to non-vehicular access (mainly walking and cycling).  It does not concern vehicular access, parking or other Games-related matters.  Correspondence relating to the latter will not be considered.
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Click for more detail Commonwealth Games: Kelvingrove Park Section 11 Order Development and Regeneration Services 06 Jun 2014 20 Jun 2014
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Your views are sought on a proposed Section 11 Order to suspend public access rights* normally exercisable under the Land Reform (Scotland) Act on two areas of land located within Kelvingrove Park (principally comprising the Bandstand and the Lawn Bowls Pitches). The purpose of the Order is to facilitate ticket-only access to Commonwealth Games and ‘Festival 2014’ events and for public safety and security. The proposed Order will be effective from 22nd July to 4th August 2014.
 
A map showing the extent of the Order and alternative routes, where appropriate, is provided at the below link.  Representations or objections in respect of the Order may be sent to the email address below.  In the case of objections, the grounds on which they are made must be stated and contact details, including a telephone number, must be provided.
 
Please note*: this consultation refers only to non-vehicular access (mainly walking and cycling).  It does not concern vehicular access, parking or other Games-related matters.  Correspondence relating to the latter will not be considered.
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Click for more detail Commonwealth Games: Glasgow Green Section 11 Order Development and Regeneration Services 06 Jun 2014 20 Jun 2014
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Your views are sought on a proposed Section 11 Order to suspend public access rights* normally exercisable under the Land Reform (Scotland) Act on a section of Glasgow Green located at the Western end of the site (including part of the Clyde Walkway). The purpose of the Order is to facilitate ticket-only access to Commonwealth Games and ‘Festival 2014’ events at certain times; to enable numbers to be managed for health and safety purposes outwith those times; and to facilitate high security screening of individuals entering the site at all times. The proposed Order will be effective from 23rd July to 4th August 2014.
 
A map showing the extent of the Order and alternative routes, where appropriate, is provided at the below link.  Representations or objections in respect of the Order may be sent to the email address below.  In the case of objections, the grounds on which they are made must be stated and contact details, including a telephone number, must be provided.
 
Please note*: this consultation refers only to non-vehicular access (mainly walking and cycling).  It does not concern vehicular access, parking or other Games-related matters.  Correspondence relating to the latter will not be considered.
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Click for more detail Commonwealth Games: Arena/Velodrome/Athletes’ Village Section 11 Order Development and Regeneration Services 05 Jun 2014 19 Jun 2014
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Your views are sought on a proposed Section 11 Order to suspend public access rights* normally exercisable under the Land Reform (Scotland) Act at The Emirates Arena, Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome and Athlete’s Village, including part of the Clyde Walkway. The purpose of the Order is to facilitate ticket-only access to Commonwealth Games events and to provide a secure environment for athletes and support staff stationed at the Athletes’ Village complex. The proposed Order will be effective from 8th July to 4th August 2014.
 
A map showing the extent of the Order and alternative routes, where appropriate, is provided at the below link.  Representations or objections in respect of the Order may be sent to the email address below.  In the case of objections, the grounds on which they are made must be stated and contact details, including a telephone number, must be provided.
 
Please note*: this consultation refers only to non-vehicular access (mainly walking and cycling).  It does not concern vehicular access, parking or other Games-related matters.  Correspondence relating to the latter will not be considered.
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