Minerva Street Parking Restrictions


4th December 2019

Temporary Traffic Regulation Order – Minerva Street, No Waiting and No Loading Restrictions, 13 January 2020 until 24 February 2020

Temporary restrictions which are required for Ogilvie Construction Limited developments installation of a new sewer system.

It will be necessary to restrict parking on Minerva Street, between the junction of Minerva Way and the Exhibition Train Street entrance, on both sides of the carriageway as works progress.

The Order will come into effect at 00:01 hours on Monday 13 January 2020 and remain in operation until 23:59 hours on Monday 24 February 2020.

Ogilvie Construction Limited and Class One Traffic Management, will provide advance notification to all residents and businesses affected. The restrictions will only apply as required in the vicinity of the works as indicated and local access will be maintained.

City Centre Development Consultation


Glasgow City Council is inviting feedback on their Draft City Centre Strategic Development Framework 2050 (CCSDF 2050) which seeks to establish the spatial ambition and development direction that will guide the future evolution of the City Centre towards 2050.

Following consultation and ratification, the CCSDF 2050 will become Supplementary Planning Guidance to the CDP. It will sit alongside and complement the City Centre Strategy in driving development ambitions for the City Centre and delivering on their visions of a more successful, sustainable and live-able place.  Alongside the City Centre Strategy, the CCSDF 2050 will provide the spatial context to support the forthcoming City Centre Living Strategy and further District Regeneration Frameworks.

The last date to complete the questionnaire is 17th January 2020

You can view further details here>>

Parades Consultation


Public processions, parades and marches are an important form of celebration, commemoration, remembrance or as a call for action and change. As a Community Council we receive many emails relating to these.

Now you have an opportunity to have your say, Glasgow City Council are holding a public consultation regarding public processions within the city.

Monday 23rd December is the closure date for this consultation.

You can view further information here>> on how to respond.