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Dennistoun and Royston Parking Controls

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Thank you to everyone who attended the public exhibitions and provided feedback. Should you still wish to provide feedback could you please do so no later than 31 August 2019 by email.


We are currently undertaking the development and introduction of significant parking control schemes throughout the Glasgow area. One of which includes the Dennistoun and Royston areas.

The close proximity of these areas to the City Centre, Glasgow Royal Infirmary (GRI) and CityPark Glasgow has resulted in intrusive commuter parking which prevents residents from parking near to their homes. This has also impacted visitors, carers, local businesses, deliveries, trades people and road safety with intrusive, indiscriminate and obstructive practices commonplace. 

The introduction of parking controls offers an effective solution towards managing the demand for the finite road space available through the prevention of all day commuter parking. Subsequently reducing the overall volume of traffic attracted to the area, whilst also increasing the turnover of parking spaces and improving road safety and traffic flow. Parking controls similarly ensure the essential access required for emergency service vehicles, refuse collection and delivery vehicles.

Public exhibitions

The Council is now progressing to the statutory traffic order process for the Dennistoun and Royston scheme. Prior to the commencement of this process, the Council is holding a public exhibition in both Dennistoun Library and Royston Library. Council officers will be in attendance on the following dates and will be happy to answer queries or concerns and discuss the proposals that have been developed.

  • Wednesday 24 July 2019, 2pm - 7pm (Royston Library, 67 Royston Road, Glasgow, G21 2QW)
  • Thursday 25 July 2019, 2pm - 7pm (Dennistoun Library, 2A Craigpark, Glasgow, G31 2NA
  • Saturday 27 July 2019, 10am - 1pm (Dennistoun Library, 2A Craigpark, Glasgow, G31 2NA

Proposed plans

Please see below the Plans, Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) and a copy of the letter sent to all affected addresses within the proposed zone.


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