March 2022 meeting

Our next meeting will take place on Tuesday 1st March at 6:30pm. This will be an in-person meeting downstairs at the big hall at Kelvinbridge Parish Church, 62 Belmont Street, G20 6JR. A stairlift is available if required for access.

Residents are welcome to attend. With Covid safety guidelines in mind:

  • before the meeting please take a lateral flow test
  • during the meeting please wear a mask unless you are exempt.

Agenda

  1. Approval of minutes of last meeting
  2. Police report
  3. Councillors’ reports
  4. Treasurer’s report re account changes
  5. Citizens’ Panels submission
  6. Louisa Jordan memorial
  7. Clean Up – date and location
  8. Planning Officer’s report – meeting with Mairi Millar
  9. House of Multiple Occupancy (HMO) licensing report
  10. Communications report – issues raised via social media messages
  11. AOB

Next meeting: Tuesday 5 April 2022.

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6 comments

  • Hello. I’m trying to contact the right council departments to make the pavements accessible again at the bottom of Kelvinside Gardens. Is this something the community council could help with as GCC website very unhelpful. Drains blocked on both sides and so much debris on pavements they are impossible for some to use.

  • Thanks, we’ve forwarded your concerns to City Councillors.

  • Further to our meeting, we agree that there is an issue in that location. Councillor Andrew announced that GCC has agreed that the entire city should have a “deep clean”, so that issues like this can be addressed. This will be undertaken on a phased basis starting later this year, but as yet no schedule has been announced.

  • Many thanks for raising it and forwarding on the welcome news of the deep clean. There seems to have been some improvements since your recent involvement so it’s going in the right direction.

  • You’re welcome. Have just been forwarded this additional info received by Cllr Wardrop:

    “the gullies at Kelvinside Terrace West have been added to our drainage programme of works. These works are being prioritised depending on the risk and safety issues in accordance with the Council’s risk-based policy. Should any issues be noted during this work then this location will be been added to our programme of drainage investigations, where specialised contractors will undertake surveys and works to clear or determine the source of the blockages: thereafter, further works will be arranged if required.”

  • Brilliant, thank you.

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