Current consultations
Consultation Name/Title Council Section/Service Consultation Start Date Consultation End Date
Click for more detail Connecting Woodside - Phase 2 - Raeberry Street Community Engagement Neighbourhoods, Regeneration and Sustainability 05 Aug 2022 02 Sep 2022
What do we want to know?

The Connecting Woodside is an area-based project designed to deliver lasting improvements that are accessible, attractive and enjoyed by nearby residents and active travel users. 

The project will help to grow an active travel culture so that all, young and old, feel safe and comfortable making their daily journeys. The project will also help to deliver a better quality of life in a social environment for residents and visitors to the area. Improving the cycling infrastructure and facilities will also help to make cycling safer and more accessible for all, which will encourage people to cycle instead of drive for shorter journeys.

Creating better streets, larger footways, increased size and access to green spaces and, the attractiveness of everyday active travel, Connecting Woodside will connect Raeberry Street with the wider Woodside, Garscube and Canal area enhancements.

Raeberry Street quietway purpose is to break down the barriers to active travel by providing a low traffic route with increased visibility for those that are less comfortable on busy routes and wish to travel at a gentler pace, that is inviting to all users with varying abilities. Providing connectivity to the main employment, leisure and schooling areas of the city, as well as the surrounding neighbourhoods of Woodside, North Kelvin and Hillhead. Raeberry Street will offer an improved environment for pedestrians with greater permeability, inviting green spaces and seating. Additionally, the street will offer a low traffic, active travel connection which is accessible to all travellers, local residents and commuters.

More information can be found on the Councils website: www.glasgow.gov.uk/connectingwoodside

Interactive StoryMaps: https://storymaps.arcgis.com/stories/7d68742fc6594756b4484773f93a349d


Consultation Name/Title Council Section/Service Consultation Start Date Consultation End Date
Click for more detail Glasgow City Centre Transformation Plan (CCTP) Neighbourhoods, Regeneration and Sustainability 27 Jul 2022 12 Sep 2022
What do we want to know?

Glasgow City Centre Transformation Plan is an ambitious strategy to support change across the City Centre, building on Glasgow’s special qualities of place to create a more successful, vibrant, people-focused and liveable core to Scotland’s largest city and metropolitan area. The purpose of the CCTP is to provide a clear framework for transport decision-making in Glasgow City Centre and make it a place where everyone can thrive. It is important therefore to seek the views of the general public and wider stakeholders before being finalised. We would welcome your views on the CCTP in its current draft and encourage everyone to take part in this survey before the deadline, which is set for noon on Friday 12 September 2022.

For further information and supporting documents please view:

https://www.glasgow.gov.uk/city-centre-transformation-plan/

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


Consultation Name/Title Council Section/Service Consultation Start Date Consultation End Date
Click for more detail Connecting Battlefield Neighbourhoods, Regeneration and Sustainability 01 Jul 2022 14 Aug 2022
What do we want to know?

Glasgow City Council are re-launching Battlefield Street Design Project as Connecting Battlefield in partnership with Sustrans. The project will progress the work previously collaborated on with residents and businesses using the Langside area. Concept designs were developed for Battlefield Road, Grange Road, Langside Road and Queens Drive.

More information on the Connecting Battlefield project can be found here or by visiting Langside Library. www.glasgow.gov.uk/connectingbattlefield

Your survey responses will help shape the design and help us understand your area even better. There will be another consultation once the project has been progressed. Following construction, we would also like to understand whether your thoughts on your area have changed.

The Project Team 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

More information on the Connecting Battlefield project can be found here or by visiting Langside Library. www.glasgow.gov.uk/connectingbattlefield. More detail can be found in Glasgow’s Active Travel Strategy.  https://www.glasgow.gov.uk/activetravel


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Click for more detail Short Term Lets Glasgow City Council 30 Jun 2022 25 Aug 2022
What do we want to know?

The Scottish Government brought into force The Civic Government (Scotland) Act 1982 (Licensing of Short-term Lets) Order 2022 (“2022 Order”). This 2022 Order introduced a licensing scheme for Short Term Lets, which requires all Short Term Lets to be licensed by 1 April 2024. The 2022 Order provides for changes to be made to the Civic Government (Scotland) Act 1982 to reflect this new Short Term Let licensing scheme being introduced. A Short Term Let is defined by legislation.

Prior to the introduction of the 2022 Order, there was no requirement to licence Short Term Lets in Scotland.  

The licensing authority must be able to accept Short Term Let licensing applications on or after 1 October 2022 and it must also have policies in place on certain matters.  


Consultation Name/Title Council Section/Service Consultation Start Date Consultation End Date
Click for more detail Glasgow Bus Partnership – Improving Bus Travel Neighbourhoods, Regeneration and Sustainability 17 Jun 2022 31 Aug 2022
What do we want to know?

The Glasgow Bus Partnership Fund seeks to improve bus service provision in the Glasgow region. The first five corridors being considered are: 
 

  • Paisley Road West; (Glasgow Central Station to Paisley Gilmour Street Station) 
  • Dumbarton Road; (Clydebank Railway Station to High Street Station) 
  • Maryhill Road; (Bearsden Cross and From Boclair Road via Canniesburn Toll to Glasgow Central Station) 
  • Great Western Road; (Kilbowie Roundabout to High Street) and  
  • Pollokshaws Road (Glasgow Central Station to Shawlands then Pollokshaws Road to Thornliebank Railway Station and Kilmarnock Road to Eastwood Toll). 
     

Your views are important to us as we plan improvements to bus services across the Glasgow Region. This is your opportunity to tell us what the problems and opportunities are for travelling by bus on any of the corridors listed above.

We’re keen to get as much feedback as possible on the problems and opportunities by 1 July 2022 however the map will remain open for comments after this date to continue building our understanding of the problems and opportunities along each of the five corridors.  

We aim to reduce journey times and improve journey time reliability by; improving bus priority mechanisms, such as dedicated bus lanes, traffic signals and junction design, and addressing congestion hotspots.

Click the link below to give us your feedback by placing pins on the map and leaving a description of any issues, problems or opportunities specific to that location.  


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