The Scottish Government is responsible for regulating the powers of Scottish local authorities and Licensing Boards in relation to licensing the sale of alcohol.
Glasgow City Heritage Trust (GCHT) are conducting a study into the state of Glasgow’s built environment and the landscape of organisations and community groups involved in the sector. The study will form the framework for a Forum event in Spring 2018, which will identify strategic priorities and actions to be taken forward. This will be incorporated into a final report which will be distributed to interested parties.
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.
Interested in the regeneration of the former abattoir and meat market site off Duke Street and Bellgrove Street between Dennistoun and Collegelands? Then get along to Dennistoun Library on Thursday 14 December between noon and 8pm to find out about Glasgow City Deal plans to develop the site, with housing to be built in the first phase.
On 15th November 2017, following extensive discussion with and between members of the public in attendance at the Dennistoun Community Council meeting held on 14th November, a letter of objetion to the planning application reference 17/02477/DC for 100 Finlay Drive was submitted. The below points were raised. The letter can be downloaded for viewing here.
A planning application (Ref 17/02477/DC) has been submitted for the erection of a residential development of 31 flats (six storeys, eight parking spaces) at 100 Finlay Drive, Dennistoun, Glasgow G31 2RQ (‘Dennistoun Gospel Hall’, previously ‘Dennistoun Picture House‘). The applicant is Nixon Blue Ltd. The agent is Vellow Wood Architecture. Documents relating to this application (including design statement, drawings, and public comments) can be viewed here.
Tuesday 26th September 2017
STATEMENT ON GOLFHILL SCHOOL DEVELOPMENT
Dennistoun Community Council would like to take this opportunity to clarify their position in relation to the proposed development at Golfhill School, Dennistoun by Barony Homes.
Further to previously published information about the early stage proposals and public meeting regarding the former Golfhill School (which can be found here, and here), the Architect working on behalf of the Builder and Developer) made the following comment:
Early stage proposals for the former Golfhill Primary School were made available at the public meeting held yesterday. An official planning application is due to be submitted in May.
The Scottish Government is keen to hear the views of children and young people on the proposals in Places, People and Planning which may directly affect them. Working with YoungScot, a short online survey has been commissioned to seek views of children and young people on how the place where they live, work or go to school should change in the future. The survey can be accessed here: http://www.surveygizmo.eu/s3/90029151/05e0182d3299