Current consultations
Consultation Name/Title Council Section/Service Consultation Start Date Consultation End Date
Click for more detail Draft Glasgow Culture Plan Glasgow Life 10 Dec 2019 19 Feb 2020
What do we want to know?

What is Glasgow Culture Plan?

Culture is Glasgow’s heart. Making, sharing and enjoying culture is our right, shaping and building the future health, prosperity and sustainability of our world city and its people.

The Glasgow Culture Plan is a framework that supports new ways of doing things and new kinds of initiatives that will enable us to address important challenges.

This plan has been developed as a starting point to give people and organisations something to consider. It needs to be criticised. It needs gaps and deficiencies highlighted. If it gets things right we need to know how, where and why.

Between now and February 2020, we are asking people to tell us what they think about culture in Glasgow, and to respond to this draft document. We invite everyone to work with us to develop a plan to support culture in the city over the next 25 years.

Alternative formats and languages:

The draft plan is available as a downloadable PDF and html for text-to-speech devices from the website. It can also be made available in a variety of alternate formats and community languages on request. If you would like more information about this or would like to request an alternative format or language please contact Andrew Ferguson at, cultureplan@glasgowlife.org.uk, or on 0141 287 0143.

How to tell us what you think:

  1. You can submit a written response to the draft plan by 19 February 2019. Where appropriate, please use the section headings to structure your submission. You must enclose ‘About You’ respondent information (see Appendix 3, Part 1 of the draft plan) with your submission. You can send your submission by email to cultureplan@glasgowlife.org.uk or by post to Andrew Ferguson, Business Improvement, Glasgow Life, 38 Albion Street, Glasgow G1 1LH.
  2. Engagement activities and events will be advertised through www.glasgowcultureplan.com and Glasgow Life’s social media channels.
  3. You can complete a short online survey about the plan at www.glasgowcultureplan.com which will be available to complete until 19 February.

Glasgow Life is required to process personal information in line with the EU General Data Protection Regulation (EU GDPR) and the Data Protection Act 2018.  For more information on what personal data we collect, why we need it, what we do with it, how long we keep it, and what your rights are, please see our Privacy Statement and Specific Privacy Notices for consultations, research, statistics and equalities monitoring:- https://www.glasgowlife.org.uk/the-small-print/privacy-glasgow-life

 


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Click for more detail Central District Regeneration Framework (DRF) Development and Regeneration Services 06 Dec 2019 14 Feb 2020
What do we want to know?

The City Centre Strategy identified nine City Centre Districts and commissioned design teams to bring forward evidence based Regeneration Framework for each of the Districts. The Central District Regeneration Framework is the fourth to have been completed. While there have been over 5,000 engagements with stakeholders and communities as it was developed this is a formal opportunity to comment on the recommended strategies, themes and projects.

As part of the consultation you will be able to give your opinion on the themes and projects as well as indicating how you would prioritise them.  Once all the feedback has been collated it will be incorporated into the Framework and this will go forward for approval by the Council.


Consultation Name/Title Council Section/Service Consultation Start Date Consultation End Date
Click for more detail City Centre Living Strategy Development and Regeneration Services 06 Dec 2019 14 Feb 2020
What do we want to know?

The City Centre Living Strategy Vision 2035 is to enable a sustainable, inclusive and diverse city centre population.  To achieve this, the CCLS action plan establishes six key objectives that will double the current population of around 20,000 by 2035.

Preparing this strategy has been a collaborative effort involving many people, organisations and investors who have a stake in Glasgow city centre.  An evidence base was developed through professional and public engagement activity, market analysis, comparative city review, and policy assessment, which reinforced the need for a plan to enhance the liveability of the city-region’s commercial heart. 

The CCLS responds to the topics and opportunities raised through this process and builds on the fertile substratum of the city centre, its compact urban form, its architectural and heritage richness, its economic framework, and the renewed interest in city living demonstrated by younger generations.

The objective of this consultation on the CCLS is to gather opinion on proposed actions under the following objectives:

- Population
- Vacant Commercial Space
- Environment
- Quality in Design
- Investment
- Resilient Neighbourhoods

The intention is to develop and implement agreed, short, medium and long term actions in collaboration with the local community and stakeholders. By doing this, it is anticipated that the opportunity for the City Centre to maximise its liveability, attract new residents and investment. 


Consultation Name/Title Council Section/Service Consultation Start Date Consultation End Date
Click for more detail South West City Way Extension Neighbourhoods and Sustainability 02 Dec 2019 03 Feb 2020
What do we want to know?

Glasgow city council are seeking the views of the general public as to a proposed extension to the existing South West City Way, the public engagement allows members of the public to view proposed plans for the project online and use an online questionnaire to make comment and indicate support or opposition to the proposed extension.


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Click for more detail Association of Public Service Excellence (APSE) Roads Satisfaction Survey Neighbourhoods and Sustainability 01 Dec 2019 24 Dec 2019
What do we want to know?

The Association of Public Service Excellence (APSE) is undertaking a satisfaction survey of residents, visitors and workers of Glasgow in regards to Roads. Your views will help us deliver a better service. APSE 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=22066


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