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
All 17 community councillor (CCllr) positions on Dennistoun Community Council (DCC) now require to be filled, as the current four year term ends in October.
Update: One week extension. Nominations to be received by Friday 7th October.
DCC strives to understand and express our shared community priorities in order to promote an inclusive neighbourhood and to engage positively in the delivery of local services, facilities, amenities, planning, and regeneration.Continue reading 17 Community Councillors Required
The Dennistoun to Cranhill Liveable Neighbourhood engagement events at the Reidvale Centre, Cranhill Development Trust, and St Enoch Hogganfield Parish Church have been rescheduled.Continue reading Liveable Neighbourhood Engagement Event Rescheduled
The Dennistoun to Cranhill Liveable Neighbourhood engagement events at the Reidvale Centre, Cranhill Development Trust, and St Enoch Hogganfield Parish Church have been postponed.
In the meantime you can:
- Read more about the Liveable Neighbourhood here.
- Contribute to the Commonplace comments map here.
- Complete a Place Standard survey here.
- Contact the team directly via firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Liveable Neighbourhood supports living, working, commerce and culture within its area; encourages sustainable transport to move around it; and has a distinct character. Liveable Neighbourhoods are also known as 20-minute neighbourhoods, where people can meet their everyday needs within a short walk or cycle.
Glasgow’s Liveable Neighbourhoods will be accessible and healthy places that allow people of all ages and abilities, to play and socialise outdoors in their local area, as well as making walking, cycling and public transport the first choice.
Collective Architecture and Arcadis are working with Glasgow City Council to develop the first tranche of Liveable Neighbourhoods for the City which includes the Dennistoun, Haghill, Riddrie, Carntyne and Cranhill area.
Consultation open until
Friday 26th November 2021. Update on 22 Nov: The consultation period for the Glasgow Transport Strategy: Draft Policy Framework has been extended by a week to midnight Friday 3rd December 2021.
Consultation open until
Monday 22nd November 2021 Sunday 5th December 2021.
Glasgow City Council is delivering an Active Travel Strategy, designed to achieve significant modal shift across the city to walking, wheeling and cycling. It is intended to supersede the existing Strategic Plan for Cycling 2016-2025.
The strategy is a recognition of the positive impact that transport, and active travel in particular, can make towards city’s wider policy objectives on Climate and the Environment, Health and Wellbeing, Inclusion and Equality and Wealth and Inclusive Growth. The public conversation in Autumn 2020 directly informed the policies and actions proposed in this draft strategy.Continue reading Active Travel Strategy Consultation
Dennistoun Community Council (DCC) has vacancies for seven new community councillors.Continue reading 7 New Community Councillors Required