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.
There will be a public meeting in relation to the development proposals for the former Golfhill School, as follows: Wednesday 5th April 2017 (12:00-19:00) at Milnbank Community Hall, 53 Ballindalloch Drive, G31 3DQ.
The second consultation draft of Glasgow’s Housing Strategy 2017-2022 refines and elaborates on issues following detailed feedback from the first consultation. Some parts remain largely unchanged while other parts have been significantly altered. The draft is now available at www.glasgow.gov.uk/draftstrategy.
On behalf of Wheatley Group, Cooper Cromar invite you to attend a public consultation and drop-in pre-planning consultation event which will take place on Tuesday 26th April 2016 from 1:00pm until 8:00pm at East End Community Homes LHO, 55 Whitevale Street.
The Secret History of Our Streets – Duke Street will be airing on BBC Two at 9pm on Friday 1st August 2014.
Positive Action in Housing (PAIH) is running it’s annual Winter Surgery on Wednesday 18th December 2013 from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm at 98 West George Street, Glasgow G2 1PJ.
Dennistoun Community Council has been asked for help on number of occasions with regard to a variety of factoring issues.
The unfortunate situation is that so many variables affect your relationship with a property management company. These can depend on the title deeds to your property, the agreement signed with a factoring company, and conditions in place that you were informed about when you bought your property.
A person in one property may be bound by title deeds terms and conditions that have no relevance for their neighbour in the next close. As there is no universal answer to so many factoring problems, Dennistoun Community Council suggests you read the Code of Conduct for Property Factors.
This Code came into operation in October 2012, along with a legal obligation for all factors to register (background info here). While the Code of Conduct is voluntary, consistent disregard by a factor could see them de-registered. The legislation also set up Housing Panels, a mechanism for intervening in disputes with factors if the initial complaint procedure still leaves a house owner unsatisfied.
You can read the Code of Conduct for Property Factors online at http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2012/07/6791/0 or, alternatively, download a PDF copy here, which is suitable for printing, copying and distribution.
The changes to the benefits system being introduced by the UK government are a considerable concern to many vulnerable residents.
There will be an opportunity to hear about the impact these changes will have on people, and consider how best to respond, at a public meeting to be hosted by Glasgow North East MP Willie Bain.
Glasgow Council’s Development and Regeneration Services and Land and Environmental Services are carrying out a consultation on the draft Design Guide for New Residential Areas (NB: ~8MB PDF).