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Click for more detail Energy and Environment Citizen Survey Land and Environmental Services 03 Mar 2014 07 Apr 2014
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2015 will be Glasgow's Green Year, and the Green Year team, along with the STEP UP (Strategies Towards Energy Performance and Urban Planning) project, G-Heat, and Glasgow City Council's Environment and Sustainability teams are looking to engage with and consult Glasgow's citizens on energy and environmental issues.
 
Dear Resident,
As Leader of Glasgow City Council and Chair of Sustainable Glasgow I would like to invite you to take part in our citizens' survey on energy and environmental issues. This is a great opportunity for you to have your say on topics such as: energy, transport, green activities, tackling climate change and our plans for the city.
 
The results of this survey will help to inform the development of Glasgow’s Energy and Carbon Master Plan and will also influence planning and activities for Glasgow's Year of Green 2015.  By taking part you can support and inform actions aimed at improving the environment and sustainability in Glasgow.
Yours,
 
Cllr Gordon Matheson, Leader, Glasgow City Council and Chair of Sustainable Glasgow
 
For more information or to take part in discussions/ workshops about the Energy and Carbon Master Plan contact:  stepup@glasgow.gov.uk
 
For information about Glasgow's Year of Green 2015 contact: greenglasgow2015@glasgow.gov.uk
 
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Click for more detail Park Management Rules Consultation Land and Environmental Services 13 Jan 2014 14 Feb 2014
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Glasgow City Council is proposing to create new Parks Management Rules.
Glasgow's parks and open spaces are for everyone to use and enjoy, and these Rules are designed to encourage all parks users enjoy our parks and open spaces safely and responsibly.
We encourage park users to:
  • Take responsibility for their own actions
  • Respect other people
  • Care for the environment
  • Help safeguard parks and open spaces for future generations


The proposed management rules will be available for public inspection online or at Exchange House, 231 George Street reception. 
 
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Click for more detail Management Rules for Cemeteries Land and Environmental Services 13 Jan 2014 14 Feb 2014
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Glasgow City Council is proposing to create new Management Rules for Cemeteries.
The proposed management rules will be available online and for public inspection at Exchange House, 231 George Street reception.


 

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Click for more detail Energy and Carbon Master Plan Land and Environmental Services 13 Dec 2013 09 Jan 2014
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This survey asks you about Glasgow’s existing vision for sustainable energy; the benefits it can bring to the city and the climate change targets that we are aiming to meet as part of Glasgow’s contribution to our national and international commitments. It also asks about what your organisation is currently doing and is interested in with respect to energy and carbon reduction.
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Click for more detail Civic Government Licensing Procedures Corporate Services 09 Oct 2013 13 Dec 2013
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Following an initial review of our procedures, the following three proposals for reform have been identified:-  
  • The removal of the optional one and two year licences in respect of licence applications made under the Civic Government (Scotland) Act 1982;
  • An improved regulatory approach to the licensing of street traders; and
  • The introduction of an application to change the nominated day to day manager.

Your views are welcome on each of these proposals.
 

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