Queen Margaret Drive public consultation

Glasgow City Council is consulting the local community about improvements to walking and cycling in and around Queen Margaret Drive. A public drop-in session will be held on Wednesday 22nd November, 3pm to 7pm, at the Scout Hall, Kelbourne Street, G20 8PR. There is also an online survey you can complete: closing date 15 December 2017. Make sure your voice is heard! See below for full details or go direct to glasgow.gov.uk/qmd.

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Licensing consultation: tell us what you think

We’re always interested to hear your views on life in North Kelvin so we can feed them back to the City Council. Right now we’re particularly interested in your views on the licensing and regulation of alcohol. The City of Glasgow Licensing Board is undertaking a comprehensive review and evidence-gathering process in relation to the development of its new Licensing Policy Statement (due to be published November 2018 at the latest). You can download current policy on licensing from the GCC website (PDF). We will be passing on comments from the local community, so please let us know what you […]

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Primary school consultation

Glasgow City Council is holding an informal consultation into the location of a new non-denominational primary school in the Maryhill area. There are 5 sites under consideration, roughly along Maryhill Road between Maryhill station and Queen Margaret Drive: Kilmun St, Whitelaw St, Colina St, Glenfinnan Dr and the blaes pitches where Maryhill Rd & Queen Margaret Dr meet. A formal consultation will begin soon. The site off Queen Margaret Dr is obviously of particular interest to us. As well as the primary school the plans include a full 11-aside 3G football pitch that would be available for community use outside […]

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