Duke Street and John Knox Street Avenues

Ironside Farrar Limited has been appointed by Glasgow City Council as the Lead Designer for the Duke Street and John Knox Street Avenues Plus projects.

They are hosting a community drop-in event on Thursday 15th June at Dennistoun Library (2A Craigpark, G31 2NA). Drop-in between 2pm and 6:30pm to have a chat with the team, view the draft plans and give your views.

Duke Street and John Knox Street - 15th June 2023 Consultation Poster
Duke Street and John Knox Street – 15th June 2023 Consultation Poster

An on-street consultation cart will be moving around the area throughout the day to catch passers-by (see poster for locations and times).

The Avenues Plus project is a £21.4M multi-year Sustrans funded project under the Places for Everyone criteria. This project seeks to extends the Glasgow Avenues Programme beyond the city centre to link with peripheral communities, promoting active travel and increasing connectivity. You can read about the project on the council website via this page.

A questionnaire will be going live on the 15th June and can be accessed via ironsidefarrar.com/glasgowavenues/consultation.html.

If you can’t get along to any of the above, or require further details, email avenues@ironsidefarrar.com for info.

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Dennistoun CC

Dennistoun CC's aim is to ascertain, coordinate and express the views of the wider community. It seeks to promote the Dennistoun area as a positive and inclusive neighbourhood.

4 thoughts on “Duke Street and John Knox Street Avenues”

  1. This is not something the people of Dennistoun and Calton want, you are cutting off a vital link to our district and other locations VIA the motorway never mind the ROYAL Infirmary, Springburn. It’s bloody ridiculous Duke St as a popular thriving business will die.

    1. Thanks for commenting, Caroline.

      Dennistoun CC hasn’t yet seen the proposals, so can’t provide specific details at this stage, but it’s important that all concerns are heard, understood and acknowledged as part of this consultation.

      Could you clarify on the point about areas being cut off by the proposed Avenue, and/or the effect on Duke Street?

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