We are delighted to publish the report of our final consultation on plans to regenerate the area known as Letherby Triangle. There was strong engagement… Read More »Published: Final Letherby Triangle Consultation Report
A community council in Glasgow’s southside has received a significant grant to plan a new civic space at the entrance to Hampden.Read More »£50,000 Funding Awarded to Mount Florida Civic Space
We’re inviting residents of Mount Florida aged 16+ to put themselves forward to join the Community Council.Read More »Nominations invited for new community councillors
We have learnt from residents in the last few days that Mount Florida Bowling Club is facing an imminent threat of closure due to ‘lack of members’.
Measures to improve surface water drainage were given planning permission. The measures include ‘rain gardens’ on the roadside on Aikenhead Road and Kings Park Avenue. See our previous post on this topic here. As of July 2018, it was anticipated that work would start January 2019.
Here we pass on answers to issues raised by MoFloCoCo, received from a GCC Development and Regeneration Services official in July 2018.
A southside community project to create a new civic space, at the gateway to Hampden, has taken a big step forward thanks to securing two new pots of money.
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.
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.