Mount Florida Community Council is an elected group of residents who care about the area. Our main role is to consult local people on matters affecting them and make their views known to the City Council and other bodies. We also initiate projects in the interest of the community.
We would like our community to thrive as a safe, clean and prosperous area. If you agree, why not learn more about our activities on this site or get in touch for more information by following us on Facebook or Twitter, or signing up to our mailing list.
Community Council meetings are also open to all and are held on the fourth Tuesday of every month except July and December at 7pm at Clincarthill Church Hall (1220 Cathcart Road, G42 9EU), and the dates of forthcoming meetings can be seen in the Upcoming Events section to the right of this page.
We have one vacant position on the Community Council. Whether you'd like act as an advocate for the area or just muck in and help out, please consider putting yourself forward. You need to be at least 16 years of age, live in the area (use this website to check) and be nominated by two other residents of the area. We have 10 meetings per year and you'd be expected to attend most of them.
For more information please call Chris Carus on 07852 856969, or email MoFloCoCo@gmail.com.
Please complete and return this nomination form.
We were very sad to hear that Gordon Cumming passed away some months ago.”Read
Planning permission for the Victoria Infirmary should not be granted while there is no masterplan in place.”Read
Residents and businesses should have received a printed copy of our most recent newsletter in August. Here it in case you missed it. Read it here.
We're recruiting new Community Councillors. Plus updates on Letherby Triangle; Hampden Neighbours Project; Traffic and Parking; and other local news.
We need 12 new Community Councillors for Mount Florida. Read more to find out how you can take a place.”Read
Many residents have objected to the proposed development at Asda Toryglen. Many people objected the developer has avoided community consultation and scrutiny, or had concerns about the impact on local businesses in Mount Florida, litter, traffic and public health impacts. If you share these concerns please urgently contact your ward councillors to tell them. The applications are likely to go to Committee for approval next Tuesday 7th February.”Read
Who gets a share of £20,000? YOU decide!
Come along on Tuesday night and place your votes in the Langside Community Budgeting Event.”Read
Demolition equipment is on site at the Victoria Infirmary. Here are 10 things you may not know about the re-development.”Read
We held our Annual General Meeting on Tuesday 25th October and looked back on a year with record fundraising and spending and good progress on our top priorities. Thanks to everyone for continued engagement. Here is the Chairman's report:”Read
MoFloCoCo is delighted to publish the consultation report for the redevelopment of Letherby Triangle. This is the outcome of the process of consultation involving hundreds of local people, carried out earlier this year on our behalf by the consultancy erz.”Read
Nominations are invited from residents who are 16 years or over to join Mount Florida Community Council
MoFloCoCo is always busy working for the people of Mount Florida and west Kings Park. We fight to ensure your voice is heard on local issues like Hampden event management and Victoria Infirmary redevelopment. We're driving projects that will improve the area like the regeneration of Letherby Triangle.”Read
We've launched a simple form that local residents can use any time to tell us about what is or isn't working about in relation to Hampden events.”Read
MoFloCoCo has gained the agreement of the Langside Partnership to 22 proposed 'deliverables' in relation to the Hampden Neighbours project.”Read
This Saturday is the Letherby Picnic, 11-3pm at the Letherby Triangle (at the junction of Cathcart Road and Carmunnock Road).”Read
Mount Florida Community Council surveyed residents neighbouring Hampden Park in the weeks following the major football events in January to March 2015. The results have now been published. You can read it in full here (pdf).”Read
A big THANK YOU to everyone who participated in the Parking and Traffic survey which was carried out from 20 - 25th April. We had a good number of responses offline (in Langside Library) and online. The report is now available here. It includes the next steps that were agreed in the MoFloCoCo meeting on Tuesday 28th April.”Read
MoFloCoCo's public consultation of ideas to improve the parking and traffic situation will be open from Monday 20th until Saturday 25th April.”Read