Current consultations
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Consultation Name/Title Council Section/Service Consultation Start Date Consultation End Date
Click for more detail Licensing Policy Statement and Overprovision Assessment City of Glasgow Licensing Board 14 Aug 2018 05 Oct 2018
What do we want to know?

The Licensing Board is consulting on its new draft Licensing Policy Statement and draft Overprovision Assessment. The draft Licensing Policy Statement sets out the Licensing Board’s proposed approach to the licensing and regulation of the sale of alcohol in Glasgow. Proposed changes to the current policy statement have been highlighted in yellow.

The draft Overprovision Assessment sets out proposed overprovision localities where there would be a presumption against the grant of further licences for the sale of alcohol.

A consultation document providing background information on the consultation has been prepared in order to assist in responding.  

Your consultation response should be in written form and can be sent to the Board as follows:

Post:    The Clerk
             City of Glasgow Licensing Board
             City Chambers
             George Square
             Glasgow G2 1DU

Email:  licensingboard@glasgow.gov.uk

 

The Licensing Board will be holding a series of community engagement events.

 

Day

 

Date

Venue

Address

Time

Wednesday

5 September 2018

Hillhead Library

 

348 Byres Road

6-8 pm

Monday

10 September 2018

Coupar Institute

 

86 Clarkston Road

6-8 pm

Wednesday

12 September 2018

Satinwood Suite

 

City Chambers

6-8pm

Monday

17 September 2018

Tollcross Community Centre

1120 Tollcross Road

6-8 pm


Consultation Name/Title Council Section/Service Consultation Start Date Consultation End Date
Click for more detail George Square Consultation Chief Executive Dept 10 Aug 2018 24 Sep 2018
What do we want to know?

The European Championships have now finished. Alongside the sport we had two weeks of world class culture in George Square which we temporarily closed to traffic.

We’re considering permanently closing the square and we’d like to know what you think about that.


Consultation Name/Title Council Section/Service Consultation Start Date Consultation End Date
Click for more detail North East Active Travel Routes Consultation Land and Environmental Services 25 Jul 2018 22 Aug 2018
What do we want to know?

Glasgow City Council is holding an online consultation and walk-in session to assess proposals for improved active travel routes, serving communities in the North East of Glasgow and connecting to the City Centre.

We are proposing a number of changes to improve the environment for cyclists, pedestrians, local residents and businesses, and to reduce sustainable transport journey times.

These proposals include:

• 5 km of segregated cycle routes

• Road space reallocation and traffic calming measures

• Upgraded surfacing on footways and cycle routes

• Improved pedestrian crossing facilities


A public drop in session will be held on:

Wednesday 8th August
3pm – 7pm
Beatroute Arts Centre
285 Wallacewell Road
G21 3RP

This consultation will focus on proposed designs for segregated cycle routes and improved pedestrian facilities on Wallacewell Road, Northgate Road, Balornock Road, Broomfield Road, Red Road, Petershill Road, Turner Road and Cobden Road.

Information and an online survey will be available via www.glasgow.gov.uk/neatr from 25th July, for a period of 4 weeks. This will provide an opportunity for residents and businesses to provide comments on the proposals that might assist with the detailed layout. The closing date for consultation will be the 22nd August.


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