Completed consultations
Consultation Name/Title Council Section/Service Consultation Start Date Consultation End Date
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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Click for more detail Budget Consultation 2019 Chief Executive Dept 31 Jan 2019 15 Feb 2019
What do we want to know?

Glasgow City Council will set its budget for 2019/2020 on 21st February 2019.

The purpose of setting a budget is to ensure that our spending commitments in the coming year can be met by the money we raise through grants, charges and taxes.

Currently, we estimate that our income will be short of our commitments by around £41 million. A previous version of this consultation assumed savings of £51 million. Since then, the Scottish Government has updated its budget and Glasgow’s funding has increased.

Specific proposals to meet this gap will be announced nearer the time, but we want to understand what priorities people in Glasgow have. We do this through a range of methods and this survey allows you to give us your views online.

Summary Of Results
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Click for more detail Gambling Policy Statement City of Glasgow Licensing Board 25 Jan 2019 08 Mar 2019
What do we want to know?

Under the Gambling Act 2005 the City of Glasgow Licensing Board has a number of important regulatory functions in relation to gambling activity in the city.

In accordance with the Act, the Licensing Board must prepare, consult on and publish a policy which it proposes to apply when exercising relevant gambling related functions.

What is Changing
The first change is the introduction of Local Area Profiles.  The Local Area Profiles identify areas of concern to the Licensing Board.  The Licensing Board would expect applicants and operators to take extra care when producing a risk assessment to identify in detail in the assessments all the measures they will put in place to mitigate the risks identified in the Local Area Profiles for the area to which the premise relates.

The second main change is to set out the Licensing Board’s commitment to exploring the possibility of setting up a Betwatch scheme in the Glasgow area.

Your views
We are interested in your views on both the proposed changes to the policy statement and to the terms of the draft guidance. Proposed changes to both documents have been shown as tracked changes.  Please submit your views by email to licensingboard@glasgow.gov.uk or in writing to:-

City of Glasgow Licensing Board
City Chambers
George Square
Glasgow
G2 1DU

This consultation will close on Friday 8 March 2019

 

Summary Of Results
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Click for more detail Glasgow Strategic Development Framework (SDF) - River Clyde Corridor Development and Regeneration Services 30 Nov 2018 08 Feb 2019
What do we want to know?

The City Council have published consultative draft Strategic Development Frameworks (SDFs) for 2 areas of the city - River Clyde Corridor & Govan – Partick.

The Strategic Development Frameworks for Glasgow support the aspiration of the City Development Plan to put people at the heart of spatial planning, allowing residents and communities an opportunity to get involved in the planning issues affecting their areas. An introductory document has been developed providing further information with regard to the background and purpose of the SDFs in relation to implementing the Council’s Strategic Plan.

The Strategic Development Frameworks are for people who have an interest in their area and who want to influence change, such as those who live and work there, local community groups and organisations, developers and other stakeholders. The SDFs provide a framework that enables people to engage in proposed regeneration activity and allow them to help shape the long term vision and objectives.  They also provides a steer for developers and professionals where further guidance, such as masterplans and design briefs, will be required.

6 SDF areas were identified as part of the delivery of the Glasgow City Development Plan (hyperlink: https://www.glasgow.gov.uk/index.aspx?articleid=16186) under the Sustainable Spatial Strategy (SG2) (hyperlink: https://www.glasgow.gov.uk/CHttpHandler.ashx?id=19225&p=0). They represent areas of significant change, characterised by some large scale spatial and socio-economic challenges, and major opportunities for new development and economic growth. Although there are commonalities between the 6 SDF areas, each faces its own unique challenges and the SDFs are being developed to recognise this.

Once approved, the 6 SDFs will form spatial supplementary guidance to the City Development Plan. Each will be supported by an iterative action plan which, as well as identifying key initial actions, can also respond to emerging opportunities which arise across the life of the SDFs. The SDFs will establish a spatial framework, which sets out a holistic approach to regeneration in 6 key city districts, grounded in the placemaking principles set out in the CDP and reflecting the ambitions and aspirations of local communities and potential investors.

We would welcome your views on any of the issues or actions set out in the draft SDFs.  Copies of the draft SDFs may be inspected, during normal business hours, at the Mitchell Library, all local libraries and at the Council’s offices at 45 John Street, Glasgow.  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 what each comment refers to and the part of the document to which your comments relate.

Summary Of Results
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File name File size Download time
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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 .
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Consultation Name/Title Council Section/Service Consultation Start Date Consultation End Date
Click for more detail Glasgow Strategic Development Framework - Govan & Partick Development and Regeneration Services 30 Nov 2018 08 Feb 2019
What do we want to know?

The City Council have published consultative draft Strategic Development Frameworks (SDFs) for 2 areas of the city - River Clyde Corridor & Govan – Partick.

The Strategic Development Frameworks for Glasgow support the aspiration of the City Development Plan to put people at the heart of spatial planning, allowing residents and communities an opportunity to get involved in the planning issues affecting their areas. An introductory document has been developed providing further information with regard to the background and purpose of the SDFs in relation to implementing the Council’s Strategic Plan.

The Strategic Development Frameworks are for people who have an interest in their area and who want to influence change, such as those who live and work there, local community groups and organisations, developers and other stakeholders. The SDFs provide a framework that enables people to engage in proposed regeneration activity and allow them to help shape the long term vision and objectives.  They also provides a steer for developers and professionals where further guidance, such as masterplans and design briefs, will be required.

6 SDF areas were identified as part of the delivery of the Glasgow City Development Plan (hyperlink: https://www.glasgow.gov.uk/index.aspx?articleid=16186) under the Sustainable Spatial Strategy (SG2) (hyperlink: https://www.glasgow.gov.uk/CHttpHandler.ashx?id=19225&p=0). They represent areas of significant change, characterised by some large scale spatial and socio-economic challenges, and major opportunities for new development and economic growth. Although there are commonalities between the 6 SDF areas, each faces its own unique challenges and the SDFs are being developed to recognise this.

Once approved, the 6 SDFs will form spatial supplementary guidance to the City Development Plan. Each will be supported by an iterative action plan which, as well as identifying key initial actions, can also respond to emerging opportunities which arise across the life of the SDFs. The SDFs will establish a spatial framework, which sets out a holistic approach to regeneration in 6 key city districts, grounded in the placemaking principles set out in the CDP and reflecting the ambitions and aspirations of local communities and potential investors.

We would welcome your views on any of the issues or actions set out in the draft SDFs.  Copies of the draft SDFs may be inspected, during normal business hours, at the Mitchell Library, all local libraries and at the Council’s offices at 45 John Street, Glasgow.  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 what each comment refers to and the part of the document to which your comments relate.

Summary Of Results
Outcome
File name File size Download time
(based on a 56k modem)
File type
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 .
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