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Glasgow Food Growing Strategy

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Under the Community Empowerment Act 2015, all Scottish Local Authorities are required to produce a Food Growing Strategy for their area.

Glasgow Food Growing Strategy is scheduled to be delivered by 2020 and we are looking for your help to deliver this. 

Draft Consultation

We are currently consulting on our draft Food Growing Strategy. The consultation will run until 16 March 2020.

What have we done so far

A report noting the work undertaken, in Glasgow so far, is available here.

As outlined in the report, the approach being taken in Glasgow is to build a strategy based on city-wide commitments informed by a series of local workshops which capture the priorities for each area of the city. This will draw on feedback from previous consultations held in Southside Central/Pollokshields and Partick East/Victoria Park.

To develop further the cities local area priorities we have hosted a further 8 workshops between February and May 2019. These workshops aimed to get an understanding of current food growing, to generate interest in food growing and to identify potential growing sites. In addition, 3 of the 8 workshops will focus on a specific theme in relation to community food growing as well as covering local issues - the themes are social enterprise, outdoor learning and health.


Links to the minutes and reports for the remaining workshops will be available in due course.


Ward Area



1 May 19

+Drumchapel/ Anniesland

Peterson Park Centre
22 Yokermill Road,Glasgow, G13 4PF


Previous Events

In addition to the 2019 engagement events, two similar events took place at the end of 2017 the links to the feedback reports are below.

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