New primary school update

Glasgow City Council is proposing to build a primary school on Queen Margaret Drive. This will require planning permission.  Officers of the Council have provided Councillor Morgan with the following update on this (dated 30 January 2019), which she in turn has provided to us. Please note the formal planning application has not yet been lodged. Owing to the fact that the proposed site for the new primary school is in excess of two hectares in overall area, Planning law requires that a Pre-Application Consultation (PAC) takes place.  As part of work involved in the PAC, a public event took […]

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Glasgow Food Growing Strategy workshops

Like all Scottish local authorities, Glasgow is required to produce a Food Growing Strategy. This will build city-wide commitments informed by a series of local workshops which capture the priorities for each area of the city. An overview of the strategy is available in the report Food Growing – Allotments and Green Spaces (PDF download). The aims of the workshops are to get an understanding of current food growing, to generate interest in food growing and to identify potential growing sites. The workshops are free to attend, but registration is required. Click on a link below to register for one […]

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Glasgow Event to Encourage Women to Stand for Elected Office, Saturday 10 November 2018

The Parliament Project are currently organising events across England and Scotland to encourage more women to consider standing for political office. A FREE workshop is taking place on Saturday 10 November, 1.30–3.30pm, at Glasgow Women’s Library. Women interested in attending the event can register here: https://womenslibrary.org.uk/event/exploring-your-political-pathway/. See also the facebook event. The workshop is open to women from all parties, or none, with lots of political experience or none. Click the picture ↓ to download a PDF poster promoting the workshop.

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