Completed consultations
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Click for more detail COP 26 Section 11 Order – Suspension of Public Access Rights Neighbourhoods, Regeneration and Sustainability 20 Aug 2021 03 Sep 2021
What do we want to know?

The Council is consulting on the temporary suspension of public access rights in the area around and including the SEC to reflect security requirements associated with the COP 26 Climate Summit in November 2021.

Under the Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2003, the Council is required to provide the opportunity for the public to submit representations or objections to a proposed ‘Section 11 Order’, the purpose of which is to manage public access during the event. A copy of the statutory Order notice, together with a plan detailing the area and paths affected by suspension of access rights, is provided below.

The extent of the exclusion zone around the SEC has been determined by the UK and Scottish Governments in conjunction with Police Scotland and is outwith the control of Glasgow City Council. However, we have proposed alternative routes to help pedestrians and cyclists navigate around the area during the event and would welcome comments or ideas about the proposed routes.

Objections and representations in respect of the proposed Order may be submitted by email to  getreadyglasgow@glasgow.gov.uk, for the consideration of the Council, to arrive on or before Friday 3rd September 2021. In the case of objections, the grounds on which they are made should be stated. Please mark your email ‘Section 11 Response’.

Please note that we can only consider objections that relate specifically to the proposals for managing non-motorised public access as set out in the notice of the proposed Section 11 Order. For other information about the COP 26 Climate Summit please go to: https://www.getreadyglasgow.com/

All correspondence specifically relating to the proposed Section 11 Order will be passed to the Scottish Government to inform their assessment of the draft Order.

Summary Of Results
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Click for more detail Digital Communication and Housing Neighbourhoods, Regeneration and Sustainability 14 Jul 2021 09 Aug 2021
What do we want to know?

This survey is to find out how people access information and engage with digital media when making choices about their housing. We would like to gather the views that reflect a wide range of different housing circumstances and we would like particularly to gather the views of first time buyers, renters and people planning to move home. The survey will support Glasgow City Council to develop and improve its Housing Services and digital communications.

Glasgow City Council is now required to process personal information in line with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). For more information about this please visit : https://www.glasgow.gov.uk/index.aspx?articleid=22793

Summary Of Results
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FileName1 is neither a DataColumn nor a DataRelation for table . FileSize1 is neither a DataColumn nor a DataRelation for table .
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FileName3 is neither a DataColumn nor a DataRelation for table . FileSize3 is neither a DataColumn nor a DataRelation for table .
FileName4 is neither a DataColumn nor a DataRelation for table . FileSize4 is neither a DataColumn nor a DataRelation for table .
FileName5 is neither a DataColumn nor a DataRelation for table . FileSize5 is neither a DataColumn nor a DataRelation for table .
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Click for more detail Strategic Development Framework (SDF) – Inner East Neighbourhoods, Regeneration and Sustainability 25 Jun 2021 03 Sep 2021
What do we want to know?

The City Council has published a consultative draft Inner East Strategic Development Framework (SDF). The SDF seeks to put the public at the heart of spatial planning, enabling local people to get involved in the planning issues affecting their area. The SDF provides guidance to inform more local planning initiatives and emerging development proposals across the area.  As part of the consultation process, the Council would welcome the public’s comments on any of the issues, principles or potential planning projects set out in the SDF. Responses can be made by completing the online survey or by emailing comments to SDFconsultation@glasgow.gov.uk

Summary Of Results
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FileName1 is neither a DataColumn nor a DataRelation for table . FileSize1 is neither a DataColumn nor a DataRelation for table .
FileName2 is neither a DataColumn nor a DataRelation for table . FileSize2 is neither a DataColumn nor a DataRelation for table .
FileName3 is neither a DataColumn nor a DataRelation for table . FileSize3 is neither a DataColumn nor a DataRelation for table .
FileName4 is neither a DataColumn nor a DataRelation for table . FileSize4 is neither a DataColumn nor a DataRelation for table .
FileName5 is neither a DataColumn nor a DataRelation for table . FileSize5 is neither a DataColumn nor a DataRelation for table .
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Click for more detail Glasgow Low Emission Zone Consultation Neighbourhoods, Regeneration and Sustainability 24 Jun 2021 02 Sep 2021
What do we want to know?

The council introduced Scotland’s first ever Low Emission Zone (LEZ) in 2018 to address levels of harmful nitrogen dioxide in our city centre, predominantly caused by road traffic.  Glasgow’s LEZ is intended to protect public health by improving air quality which is of particular benefit to older and very young people, and for those with existing heart and lung conditions.

A phased approach to Glasgow’s LEZ has been adopted to give people the chance to prepare. The current Phase 1 applies to local service buses only, whereas Phase 2 will be far broader in scope and will include all vehicles entering the zone area, unless exempt. 

A preferred scheme design for Phase 2 has been developed taking into consideration the evidence base, previous stakeholder engagement (including the findings of a non-statutory consultation) and the impacts of the pandemic. 

We are consulting and seeking feedback on these proposals - some of which are set out below:

  • That the scheme comes into effect on 31 May 2022 with a one-year grace period, which means that enforcement of Glasgow’s LEZ will start on 1 June 2023. An additional one-year grace period for vehicles registered to residential addresses within the LEZ area will apply, and enforcement of the LEZ for these vehicles will begin on 1 June 2024.
  • A geographical area comprising of much of the city centre, bounded by the M8 motorway to the north and west, the River Clyde to the south and Saltmarket/High St to the east.
  • That the scheme operates, 365 days a year and 24 hours a day.
  • That it will apply to all vehicle types, except for motorbikes and mopeds, and those vehicle types or uses considered exempt in Regulations which have been set nationally.
  • That applications for a time-limited exemption to Glasgow’s LEZ under circumstances where entry of a non-compliant vehicle is required for a specific, defined purpose will be determined on merit, but will not be considered for the routine transport of people or goods or for routine commercial operations.

Full details of the preferred Glasgow LEZ scheme can be found here.

The LEZ Consultation is open between 24 June 2021 and 2 September 2021.

Responses are encouraged by completing the online questionnaire available here or by email to  LEZ@glasgow.gov.uk.

You can also write to us at LEZ, Sustainable Glasgow, Glasgow City Council, 231 George St, Glasgow, G1 1RX.

Further information on air quality in Glasgow can be found on the Glasgow Air Quality website, including annual reports and action plans.

 

Summary Of Results
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FileName1 is neither a DataColumn nor a DataRelation for table . FileSize1 is neither a DataColumn nor a DataRelation for table .
FileName2 is neither a DataColumn nor a DataRelation for table . FileSize2 is neither a DataColumn nor a DataRelation for table .
FileName3 is neither a DataColumn nor a DataRelation for table . FileSize3 is neither a DataColumn nor a DataRelation for table .
FileName4 is neither a DataColumn nor a DataRelation for table . FileSize4 is neither a DataColumn nor a DataRelation for table .
FileName5 is neither a DataColumn nor a DataRelation for table . FileSize5 is neither a DataColumn nor a DataRelation for table .
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Click for more detail Moving Forward Spaces for People Neighbourhoods, Regeneration and Sustainability 19 May 2021 20 Jun 2021
What do we want to know?

An online consultation survey has opened seeking your views on the Spaces for People physical distancing measures delivered during COVID-19, and whether any should be retained permanently.

Spaces for People in Glasgow has seen significant temporary travel infrastructure implemented across the city to provide additional space in public places for walking, wheeling and cycling. Footways have been widened at pinch points to facilitate safer pedestrian movement and easier access to shops, schools, businesses, community facilities and public transport hubs. Pop-up cycle lanes have also been created to make active travel viable and more convenient for everyday journeys.

Summary Of Results
Outcome
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FileName1 is neither a DataColumn nor a DataRelation for table . FileSize1 is neither a DataColumn nor a DataRelation for table .
FileName2 is neither a DataColumn nor a DataRelation for table . FileSize2 is neither a DataColumn nor a DataRelation for table .
FileName3 is neither a DataColumn nor a DataRelation for table . FileSize3 is neither a DataColumn nor a DataRelation for table .
FileName4 is neither a DataColumn nor a DataRelation for table . FileSize4 is neither a DataColumn nor a DataRelation for table .
FileName5 is neither a DataColumn nor a DataRelation for table . FileSize5 is neither a DataColumn nor a DataRelation for table .
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