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Current Consultations

The table below contains details of consultations which are currently open for participation 

Consultation NameDescriptionEnd DateContactTake Part
Sustainable Transport Behaviour Change Campaign 2023/2024

Glasgow City Council delivered two separate travel behaviour change campaigns in November 2023 and March 2024. This survey will support the evaluation of these two campaigns. The campaigns were designed in line with council's strategies and commitments to deliver travel behaviour change related activities increasing positive attitude toward sustainable travel hierarchy.

Glasgow City Council is now required to process personal information in line with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). For more information about this please visit: https://citizen.glascc1-prd.gosshosted.com/article/3447/Research-Privacy-Statement

28 July 2024

Sustainable Transport, Neighbourhood, Regeneration and Sustainability, Exchange House, G1 1RX

Email: SustainableTransport@glasgow.gov.uk

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Fireworks Control Zones Consultation

The Fireworks and Pyrotechnic Articles (Scotland) Act 2022 gives councils a new discretionary power to introduce Firework Control Zones.  We as the Council will oversee the process which will facilitate the designation of Firework Control Zones within the City. 

This is now the formal consultation process as stated in the guidance for consultation on FCZ. All consultations can be viewed on our Consultation Hub.

Glasgow City Council is now required to process personal information in line with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). For more information about this please visit: https://citizen.glascc1-prd.gosshosted.com/article/3447/Research-Privacy-Statement

18 August 2024

Gary Walker, Neighbourhoods, Regeneration and Sustainability

Email: gary.walker@glasgow.gov.uk

Links to the following zones

Woodlands

Shawlands and Strathbungo

Shawlands

Summerston

Knightswood

Alexandra Park

Toryglen

Linn Park

Cardonald

Broomhouse

Pollokshields

Dennistoun

Anniesland

Draft Tall Building Design Guide Consultation

The City Centre Strategic Development Framework (SDF), adopted in 2021, provides flexible urban design guidelines and suggests creating specific guidelines for tall buildings to assist developers and planners. Glasgow is seeing new development and investment, which is essential for sustainable and natural growth. To help with this, the Tall Building Design Guidance was created. It offers advice for developers and planning officers to make the pre-application process smoother and ensure buildings are well-designed and appropriately located. The guidance includes a Map of Appropriateness and Design Parameters, along with clarifications on planning requirements and technical details on sustainable design for tall buildings.

This study covers the areas as defined by the City centre Strategy. It's the first in a series of area assessments, with more to come focusing on major local town centres. This study was prioritized due to current economic changes and pressures on the city.

We would welcome the views of members of the public, technical experts, and our Stakeholders and Strategic Partners on the impact of tall buildings in the city centre and ways we can improve our city in this modern environment.

Glasgow City Council is now required to process personal information in line with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). For more information about this please visit : https://citizen.glascc1-prd.gosshosted.com/article/3447/Research-Privacy-Statement

Supporting documents

Tall Building Design Guide - Draft for Consultation (PDF) [18MB]

Tall Building Design Guide - Technical Appendices (PDF) [1MB]

30 September 2024Email: DevelopmentPlan@glasgow.gov.ukclick here

 

Last modified on 16 July 2024

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