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.
Dennistoun Councillor Kim Long has arranged a drop-in meeting with Glasgow Airport in relation to the new flightpath consultation, to allow members of the public to meet directly with airport staff and find out how these changes may affect them. This meeting will be held between 5pm and 8pm on Wednesday 28th March at Whitehill Secondary School, Onslow Drive, Dennistoun, G31 2QF.
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.
As Glasgow City Council develops the strategy for the city’s parks and green spaces across the next two years, they are looking to collect as many ideas and opinions, stories and suggestions as possible from park users to help shape their decisions.
Are you annoyed by litter, fly tipping, fly posting, graffiti, dog fouling or any other environmental issue?
There’s lots and lots to do in and around our parks during the coming weeks. Take a look at what’s going on…
During a community consultation carried out last year by Anne McLaughlin MP, it became very clear that something constituents care very much about is green and open space across the constituency. Anne initiated a project – “Changing the Landscape” – tasked with investigating this topic and reporting back to constituents.
Would you like to learn how to grow fruit, meet your neighbours, and get involved in designing and planting a community orchard in Alexandra Park?