Meetings

NKCC usually meets at 6.30pm on the 1st Tuesday of the month, except July and December. All North Kelvin residents are welcome to attend. Three of our city councillors usually attend to give reports and take questions and feedback.

Meetings are currently being held online because of the social distancing restrictions, and our discussions have focused on how we can support the community during the coronavirus pandemic. If you would like to attend, please email us NKcommunitycouncillors@gmail.com for the link you need to join in.

Minutes

Minutes of meetings are available to download.

Calendar

NKCC meetings are planned for the following Tuesdays (and if there is demand there will be an extra meeting on Tuesday 7th July):

  • 4 August 2020
  • 1 September 2020
  • 6 October 2020 (preceded by the AGM)
  • 3 November 2020
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  • Neil Paterson

    Hi,
    My name is Neil Paterson & I live at Clouston Street. As I am sure you are aware, the situation regarding parking in the North Kelvinside area has gradually become increasingly difficult over the years, but since the creation of the controlled parking area in Dowanhill (on 15th. of March), this area has become the “free car park” for the west end. A permit in the controlled areas costs £50/year. I am told there are also new Parking Control Zones (PCZ) being established in the Fergus Drive/Oban Drive & Partick areas which will cause even more pressure on our area. A PBZ has also been set up in Ibrox which means football supporters leave their cars here and get the underground to & from Ibrox. I know a number of residents here also feel we have been left with a difficult situation. We intend to come to the next Council meeting & raise this issue.
    Best wishes,
    Neil

  • Hi Neil
    Thanks for your message – yes, clearly parking is increasingly problematic in our area. We will be pleased to discuss it at our next meeting (Tues 16th).

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