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IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR THOSE USING THE TRAIN FROM KELVINDALE STATION TO GET TO WORK – FROM 23rd MARCH, 2020.

With the unprecedented global crisis, staff availability in ScotRail and Network Rail Scotland has been affected, as well as customer demand. That’s why, from Monday, 23 March 2020, we’ll be operating a revised timetable. The timetable that will operate from … Continue reading

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Important information about the current health crisis and how it affects our community.

Dear Friends, We wanted to get in touch to offer local residents information on latest developments around Covid-19 (Coronovirus) and provide contacts for further advice and guidance. Glasgow City Council is providing updates here: https://www.glasgow.gov.uk/coronavirus Scottish Government’s regularly updated guidance … Continue reading

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New Parking restriction notices in the West End.

Please see the links below.   Any objections should be received by 14th February 2020 TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT AND PARKING CONTROLS BY AREA. Advert (Hillhead TRO)   FAQs (Hillhead TRO) Report (Hillhead TRO)   Byres Road Advert FAQs (Byres Rd TRO) Byres Rd Draft … Continue reading

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Discarded syringes.

We have received reports that discarded syringes have been found within the Kelvindale area. Hopefully this is an isolated incident. In the good old days chemists used to keep “sharps boxes” where these items could be taken, but this no … Continue reading

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Bellshaugh Road, Closure and No Waiting and No Loading Restrictions, 19 August 2019 until 28 February 2020

Temporary Traffic Regulation Order – Bellshaugh Road, Closure and No Waiting and No Loading Restrictions, 19 August 2019 until 28 February 2020. I write to advise of the above temporary restrictions which are required for Scottish Water and Amey, Black … Continue reading

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PUBLIC NOTICE

PUBLIC NOTICE Nominations are invited from residents who are 16 years or over to join Kelvindale Community Council 1. Qualification Anyone over 16 years of age who resides within the Community Council boundary area can stand for election. All that … Continue reading

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Funding available for certain Community Projects through the Glasgow City Council Area Partnership.

INFORMATION ON THE APPLICATION PROCESS FOR LOCAL AREA BUDGET FUNDING FOR THE PARTICK EAST/KELVINDALE – WARD 23 AREA PLEASE NOTE: – The following processes are in place for potential applications to the local area budget funding – detailed below – … Continue reading

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