Consultation Digest (Local) Issue 96, 30 September 2021

Section of Queen Margaret Drive map

Less wordy on a Thursday.

The cut-down Digest continues in its new Thursday slot. Also, contents links have been reinstated.

Forthcoming consultations:

  • Two Liveable Neighbourhood pilots have started with two to follow – Dennistoun to Cranhill and Greater Govan to Kingston.
  • Glasgow’s draft Active Travel Strategy goes to council committee next week with consultation to follow.
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Consultation Digest (Local) Issue 95, 16 September 2021

sections on Helensburgh to Garelochhead active travel route

Easier to Digest?

You’ll notice some changes to this Digest to make it quicker to read (and for your author to produce). This has been dictated by circumstances (lack of holiday cover). However, it will act as a pilot and some aspects may be retained longer term. 

This slimmed down version of the Digest is based loosely on a ‘listings’ directory and removes the (usually empty) ‘Forthcoming consultations’ section. In future, if anything is forthcoming it will be mentioned in this intro, as follows.

Forthcoming consultations: Liveable Neighbourhoods pilot areas  – consultation expected within the next month or so. 

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Consultation Digest (Local) Issue 92, 3 August 2021

Map showing the northern part of Strathclyde Country Park around the South Calder Water

Consultations dropping in from around Glasgow.

This Digest comes after Great Britain & Northern Ireland won a handful of cycling medals at Toyko 2020. One was for mountain biking while the rest were in BMX (where Sir Chris Hoy started). Both are covered by the Velo Park proposal from North Lanarkshire Council (but NLC have dropped the cycleway to Motherwell train station). There are also several consultations for East Dunbartonshire and Glasgow plus one for East Renfrewshire.

The ban on pavement parking was made law in the Scottish Parliament in 2019. Last year, GoBike wondered when it would come into force (Digest 65, Item 3.4) – it seems it’s due to be 2023. Living Streets want you to write to your MSPs about bringing it forward.

People of all abilities can cycle at facilities run by Freewheel North – who are trying to fundraise just now, in case you want to contribute.

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