Glasgow City Council is holding an inquiry into food poverty and inequality across the city and is seeking evidence and views on this important subject.
The Council is aware increasing numbers of people in Glasgow are experiencing difficulties – physically and economically – accessing sufficient, safe and nutritious food. It also knows of a wide range of organisations and charities are responding to those experiencing acute food insecurity – including an established community food sector. It wishes to work with these partners and organisations across Glasgow to ensure the city is operating these responses and services as effectively as possible.
Simon Community Scotland are undertaking a Street Count of people rough sleeping in Glasgow. Unsurprisingly most of the focus will be in the City Centre but the Simon Community are keen to know if there are areas of Glasgow they should explore and target staff accordingly.
The Post Office are proposing to relocate Duke Street Post Office from 1 Annfield Place, G31 2XT to a concession within a new retail premises at 322-324 Duke Street, G31 1QZ (previously Market Gallery) in April 2018.
Glasgow Airport are undertaking a consultation regarding proposed changes to approach and departure flight paths and procedures arising from updates to air traffic control navigation systems due to take place in 2019. Dennistoun Community Council has been identified as a consultee.
Dennistoun Community Council invite nominations to fill three vacancies. Do you want to be consulted on building developments and licesing issues in your area? Have a say on road safety, hospitals, transport, and the environment. Make a difference in your community!
Nomination forms available for download here. Details on eligibility and the selection process can be downloaded here.
Contact Lawrence O’Neill, community councils contact for North East Glasgow, via email@example.com or on 0141 287 4109 for more information.