Completed consultations
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Click for more detail Glasgow Summer Sessions 2019: management of public access (Section 11 Order) Development and Regeneration Services 28 Jun 2019 15 Jul 2019
What do we want to know?

The Council is consulting on the temporary suspension of public access rights on part of Bellahouston Park to facilitate the Glasgow Summer Sessions 2019 between 16th August and 25th August 2019.

Under the Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2003, the Council is required to provide the opportunity for the public to submit comments or objections to a proposed ‘Section 11 Order’, the purpose of which is to manage public access during events. In this case the proposal is to suspend public access rights for a limited period on part of Bellahouston Park where the concerts will take place. Alternative routes for pedestrians and cyclists will be available at all times.

A formal notice, together with a plan showing the extent of the closure and alternative routes are available below to provide further information. Comments and objections can be submitted by post or email to the addresses provided. Please note that we can only consider objections that relate specifically to the proposals for managing non-vehicular public access.

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Click for more detail Financial Inclusion Services – Customer Survey Financial Services 24 Jun 2019 12 Jul 2019
What do we want to know?

Our Financial Inclusion services were set up to make sure that the people of Glasgow get access to the appropriate financial products and services, which include such things as: claiming social security benefits, advice on money, debt, housing and employment.

We want your feedback on your experience of using the many providers available in the city, for example, Citizens Advice Bureau, Law Centres, Money Matters or GEMAP, and if you don't use them, then why not.

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Click for more detail Consultation Regarding Glasgow’s Public Golf Courses Glasgow Life 07 Jun 2019 07 Jul 2019
What do we want to know?

At present Glasgow has six public golf courses which are operated on behalf of the City Council by its cultural and sporting charity which is Glasgow Life. There are three 18-hole courses and three 9-hole courses.

Low usage figures combined with a substantial annual deficit incurred in the provision of these facilities requires us to seek views and suggestions from all interested parties – both golfers - non-golfers – and local communities - as what best to do to address these challenges.
 
We are interested in your suggestions and ideas and also to what other use or purpose the courses might be used for if retaining them all for golf proved not possible.
 
We wish to hear from you – all your ideas, options and suggestions will be most welcome.
 
Please help us in this work by completing this short survey by midnight on Sunday 7 July 2019. 

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Click for more detail Climate Change 2019 Survey Land and Environmental Services 04 Apr 2019 31 May 2019
What do we want to know?

Glasgow City Council has established a Climate Emergency Working Group to look at how the city should respond to the urgent need to reduce global carbon emissions and prevent major climate change.   It will propose recommendations within the next few months on action for Glasgow to take.   Some of these will be directed to the Council as an individual organisation, but many will be for the wider city itself and its institutions, businesses and communities.    We want to hear your views about what we should do, how ambitious we should be, and what resources we can draw upon.   Please give your responses in the survey (https://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/ClimateChange2019/)  and feel free to add web references to useful literature or stories.

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Click for more detail District Regeneration Framework - Broomielaw Development and Regeneration Services 08 Feb 2019 05 Apr 2019
What do we want to know?

The City Council have published a consultative draft District Regeneration Framework (DRF) for the Broomielaw District.

The DRF supports the aims of the City Centre Strategy 2014 – 19 (http://www.glasgow.gov.uk/CHttpHandler.ashx?id=17548 ) and is one of the nine city centre Districts to have a regeneration framework developed. The DRF’s will be developed collaboratively with stakeholders, and will involve a flexible and holistic approach that promotes the unique identity of each District and its regeneration through sustainable placemaking programmes and a range of interventions to enhance the area.

The DRF will form part of the planning framework which flows from the City Development Plan to the City Centre Strategic Development Framework to the DRF itself. Once adopted it will be become Supplementary Guidance.

The Broomielaw DRF is the second of nine DRF’s to be published with the next three Blythswood, Central and St Enoch due to come forward in the coming months. It is hoped that the remaining four will be commissioned later in this calendar year.

To date over 3,500 members of the public and other stakeholders have engaged with the process and provided information on challenges and opportunities, as well as ideas on how to work to resolve them. This information, along with the research completed, has been organised into seven themes through which interventions will be delivered.

We would welcome your views on draft Broomielaw DRF. Responses can be made using the online survey attached and/or in writing using the contact details provided. Written responses should include your name and contact details and be as specific as possible regarding the theme or part of the document to which your comments relates. 

Thank you for making the time to participate.

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