Current consultations
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Consultation Name/Title Council Section/Service Consultation Start Date Consultation End Date
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.


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.


Consultation Name/Title Council Section/Service Consultation Start Date Consultation End Date
Click for more detail Secure Cycle Parking Consultation Land and Environmental Services 16 Nov 2018 17 Dec 2018
What do we want to know?

Glasgow City Council is currently performing a feasibility study on the introduction of secure covered cycle parking for residents of Glasgow. The provision of these will help remove one of the major barriers to the uptake of cycling, namely the ability to conveniently and securely store a bike.

In the first instance we are looking to provide facilities at 50 locations across the city.

This will prioritise those areas where housing includes tower blocks, flats and tenement properties.

This consultation page can be used by individuals and by organisations (such as community councils or housing associations) to suggest locations.


Consultation Name/Title Council Section/Service Consultation Start Date Consultation End Date
Click for more detail Glasgow City Integration Joint Board – Strategic Plan for Health and Social Care in Glasgow Social Work Services 30 Oct 2018 25 Jan 2019
What do we want to know?

Every Health and Social Care Partnership in Scotland has to produce a Strategic Plan. A Strategic Plan is a document that sets out our vision and our priorities for health and social care services in Glasgow City.  It includes details of what we plan to do to deliver our vision and the difference this will make to people living in the city, how we will achieve our priorities and which of the National Priorities of the Scottish Government our actions will meet.

 

As the population of Glasgow changes, the health and social care needs of the City also changes.  This means that we cannot keep delivering services the same way.  A Strategic Plan allows us to look at the needs of the population of Glasgow City.  We will then shape our plan around these needs and this helps us identify what our priorities for the next three years should be.  We write a draft plan and ask our service user and patients, the public, our staff and any organisations we work with, whether they think the plan will meet their needs not just for now but for the next three years.  We listen to what people tell us, and then produce our final Strategic Plan for 2019-22.

 

We would really like to hear your views on our draft Strategic Plan.  We have a short survey that we would like you to complete to tell us what you think of it.  If you would like to give us your views then you can complete the online survey, which should take no more than 10 minutes.

 

The closing date for responses is Friday 25 January 2019.


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