Following the announcement that we had been successful in being awarded funding for our Cycling Village proposal, we held our inception meeting with Glasgow City Council and Sustrans on the 24th October 2019. The meeting provided an opportunity for all parties to determine the projects governance, whilst allowing our team the opportunity to receive panel feedback from our pitch in June 2019.
Moving forward, the project governance will be split into two parts:
Glasgow City Council as Roads Authority will take the lead on the infrastructure design. The Cycling Village team will undertake public consultations to provide a design brief to Glasgow City Council for each area receiving public realm interventions. Following the creation of each design Glasgow City Council will undertake the formal public consultation.
The Cycling Village team will take the lead on the behaviour change element of the project. In order to maximise the funds available and to ensure the longevity of the project, the Community Council will create a charity ‘The Yorkhill & Kelvingrove Development Trust‘. Working collaboratively with other partners we hope to grow and pool our funding to ensure we can support the community over the coming years.
Update (29th January 2020)
Join us for our Finnieston and Kelvingrove Improvements Consultation on Wednesday 19th February, 5:00 to 7:30pm at the Kelvingrove Lawn & Tennis Pavilion, G3 7TA. All welcome!
Update (25th November 2019)
Tonight, the Community Council formally approved the creation of the Yorkhill & Kelvingrove Development Trust. We expect a three month timeline for the creation of this charity. As information becomes available updates will be provided.
Yorkhill Improvement Update (6th November 2019)
Thank you to everyone who attend our consultation event on 5th September looking at public realm improvements within: Old Dumbarton Road, Hastie Street, Lumsden Street, Arthur Street and Blackie Street. The event was exceptionally well attended, with numerous suggestions.
This feedback has been collated and presented to Glasgow City Council on 6th November 2019. This data is in addition, to that already contained within our Cycling Village proposal which can be found below…