The Dennistoun to Cranhill Liveable Neighbourhood Stage 2 report was published via the most recent meeting of the Environment and Liveable Neighbourhoods City Policy Committee.
The Glasgow City Council reply below is in response to queries regarding the Liveable Neighbourhoods project, the Inner East Strategic Development Framework the Neighbourhood Infrastructure Improvement Fund, and Citizens’ Panels participatory funding arrangements, submitted by Dennistoun Community Council to the Director of GCC Neighbourhoods, Regeneration and Sustainability.
A PDF version of the GCC reply is available here.
GCC Reply: Wednesday 18th January 2023
Firstly thank you for noting that the Dennistoun Community Council welcome the principle and proposals of the Liveable Neighbourhood Plan (LNP).Continue reading Update on Progressing Beyond The Liveable Neighbourhood Longlist
A PDF version of this submission is available here.
The below queries were submitted by Dennistoun Community Council to George Gillespie (Executive Director, Neighbourhoods, Regeneration and Sustainability, Glasgow City Council) on 7th November 2022, copied to all Dennistoun Ward and Calton Ward Councillors (Anthony Carroll, Allan Casey, Elaine McDougall, Greg Hepburn, Cecilia O’Lone, Linda Pike, and George Redmond).
Dennistoun Community Council (DCC) welcomes the principles and proposals of the GCC Connecting Communities Project and the Liveable Neighbourhood (LN) plan. DCC and its Community Councillors (CCllrs) have enthusiastically promoted and engaged with the project at all stages of consultation to date.Continue reading Progressing Beyond The Liveable Neighbourhood Longlist
A PDF version of this consultation response is available here.
Vision and Principles
DCC welcomes the vision identified by the draft Inner East Strategic Development Framework (SDF):
- That the Inner East will become a series of interconnected walkable and liveable neighbourhoods, creating a vibrant, inclusive, liveable and well-connected people friendly place.
- That the Inner East will be a city district that is; climate resilient; fosters creativity and opportunity; promotes social cohesion, health and wellbeing and economic prosperity.
- A transformation of Glasgow’s Inner East that focuses on people, place and planet to meet the demands of climate change.
- To increase the East End’s appeal and attractiveness to future residents, investors, workers and visitors.