An events day parking zone exists around Hampden. Residents may apply for a permit to park on event days, and buy supplementary passes for £10. See the link below for information.
Hampden Neighbours Project
The purpose of the Hampden Neighbours project is to help ensure that major Hampden events are planned in the best interests of participants, spectators and residents alike.
Since 2015 MoFloCoCo has maintained a simple online survey to collect feedback from residents. We have used the survey results to campaign for improvements. Our successes include:
- Improvements to the Hampden website, residents information and sign up for the Hampden events newsletter. and better travel information for fans
- Increased provision of portaloos for concerts.
- Adapted police patrol routes.
- Improved post-match clean up in the streets surrounding the stadium.
- Tell us about your experiences of Hampden events using this form.
- Sign up for the Hampden events newsletter here (bottom the page) or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Hampden Event Day Parking Scheme (including how to get a residents permit) – Glasgow City Council website
- 2015 MoFloCoCo report.
- 2016 MoFloCoCo report
- 2017 MoFloCoCo report
A letter signed by businesses in Mount Florida has underlined the hammer blow that would be dealt to local economy if the SFA decides to leave Hampden for Murrayfield.”Read
The SFA will soon hear presentations from the Hampden Park Limited and Scottish Rugby Union ahead of its decision whether to keep Scottish football at Hampden or move it to Murrayfield. We understand that if the SFA leaves, the stadium will likely close as Queens Park would not be able to afford the upkeep.”Read
Information sent direct to ticket holders - a first for Hampden event management”Read
We've been collecting feedback from residents about Hampden events since 2015 and we've used it with some success to campaign for improvements. Today we publish our short report on feedback received in 2017. We have asked Councllor Anna Richardson, who chairs the Langside Area Partnership, to take the report forward and hold the various agencies and council departments accountable for the requested improvements.
Thanks to our volunteers Beth and Kirstie who have prepared the report over the last couple of years.
As always we'd like to hear feedback about the action plan. Read it here (pdf, 2 pages).”Read