As they are giving a demonstration at Cleveden Community Club on 4th November, we thought we would publicise the great work that they do.
An online questionnaire has been launched by Her Majesties Inspectorate of Constabulary Scotland (HMICS) to allow members of the public, elected representatives and other interested parties to pass on their views and experiences of local policing in Greater Glasgow Division (covering the Glasgow, East Dunbartonshire and East Renfrewshire council areas).
HMICS is undertaking an inspection of local policing in Greater Glasgow as part of its rolling programme of independent inspections, which aim to assess the state, efficiency and effectiveness of local policing. Members of the public living in Greater Glasgow can use the online questionnaire to pass on their views and experiences of policing in the local area, including what is working well and what could be improved.
Glasgow City FC will be playing Cyprus’s Somatio Barcelona FA on Thursday 27th September in the UEFA Women’s Champions League.
The game will be played in Petershill Park (G21 4DD);
kick off is at 7.30pm.
Entry for Adults £10/U16s £5
The Sports Council for Glasgow are supporting this event with a Sports Promotion Grant and would like to wish Glasgow City FC
all the very best for this home tie.
You can find out more about Glasgow Life Sports Promotion Grants here –
Decision by Trevor A Croft, a Reporter appointed by the Scottish Ministers
Building listing appeal reference: BDA-011-2003
Site address: Temple Gasholder Station, Strathcona Drive, Glasgow, G12 0FD
Appeal by Scotland Gas Networks PLC against the list entry made by Historic
The list entry: No. 4 Gasholder and No. 5 Gasholder (“Gasholders”)
Date of site visit by Reporter: 16 May 2018
Date of appeal decision: 7 September 2018
I allow the appeal to the extent that I direct Historic Environment Scotland, under the terms of section 5C (3) of the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) (Scotland) Act 1997 (as amended) to exercise its power under section 1 of the Act to amend the list compiled or approved under that section so that the statutory address for the listing reads:
No. 4 Gasholder and No. 5 Gasholder, excluding tanks and shells and any telemetry,
pipework or other items that connect to the gasholders above or below ground and
excluding all other structures and buildings on the gasworks site, Temple Gasholder
Station, Strathcona Drive, Glasgow
WHAT THIS APPEARS TO MEAN.
The structures will remain as “Listed” – but the tanks and the shells and any telemetry pipework or other items that connect to the gasholders above or below ground and all other structures and buildings on the gasworks site are not included within the “Listed” status.
The full report can be seen below, hopefully you will be able to open and read this PDF file.
Glasgow City Council hereby give public notice that Kelvindale Community Council has been instructed to proceed with an election in terms of their constitution. Nominations are invited from residents of the area to join the community council. Nomination Forms can be found in the link below. The closing date for nominations is 12 noon on Thursday 20th September 2018.
We have received the attached message from, I assume, the consultancy firm KMA. It concerns drop in sessions to be held regarding the proposal for a new bridge at Stockingfield Junction on the canal. Once again, just outside our area but the amenities are of course used by many of our residents. Message reads – “Hi, hopefully you’ll have received notifications by post and email already, we are running a consultation on a proposed bridge at Stockingfield Junction for Scottish Canals. Attached is a publicity poster for our drop-in events where people can view plans and share their views. Any sharing to get the message out to people much appreciated. Many thanks, Iain