Two evening events this week will provide information on proposals for improving two of Glasgow city centre's nine districts.
The events - the first at St George's Tron church at 163 Buchanan St on 9 May, looking at the Central District and the second at the St Vincent Street Church at 162 St Vincent Street on 11 May, focusing on the Blythswood District - will provide information on the plans for the areas in the next decade through the council's City Centre Strategy.
As well as a presentation at each event, workshops will allow those attending to discuss and shape the plans for the Blythswood and Central Districts.
The council is working with a number of specialists and city centre organisations to deliver the City Centre Strategy, considering issues such as architecture, connectivity, planning and urban design.
The particular strengths of each District in the city centre will help inform the final proposals for their regeneration.
A council spokesman said: "The next decade will see the completion of Glasgow's City Centre Strategy, and these events will give everyone with an interest in these districts the opportunity to both find out more about proposals that will make the most of their strengths, and also help shape these plans."
More information on the City Centre Strategy and the nine Districts of Glasgow city centre is available at: https://www.glasgowcitycentrestrategy.com/.
These events will begin at 6.30pm on the respective evenings.