The next Council Meeting is –
THE MEETING PLANNED FOR Thursday 19th March, 2020. HAS BEEN POSTPONED.
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- IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR THOSE USING THE TRAIN FROM KELVINDALE STATION TO GET TO WORK – FROM 23rd MARCH, 2020.
- Important information about the current health crisis and how it affects our community.
- New Parking restriction notices in the West End.
- Discarded syringes.
- Bellshaugh Road, Closure and No Waiting and No Loading Restrictions, 19 August 2019 until 28 February 2020
- PUBLIC NOTICE
- Funding available for certain Community Projects through the Glasgow City Council Area Partnership.
- A sad loss for our Community.
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Tag Archives: transport
There’s advance notice of some pretty major rail disruption that will affect the Kelvindale line, in this piece from the Evening Times.
Our friends at Drumchapel Community Council have organised a public meeting for those in the north-west of the city with concerns about transport to the new hospitals on the site of the Southern General, once the Western Infirmary has closed. … Continue reading
Glasgow City Council is developing a city centre transport strategy, and consultation for this is open until 30 May. Transport Strategy consultation poster Further details are here.
details in this letter from Bob Doris:
Kelvindale Community Council and Patricia Ferguson MSP will be holding a public meeting on Monday 17 June at 7.30pm to discuss the changes to bus services in Kelvindale. Representatives from First Bus and SPT have been invited to answer the … Continue reading
Grants of up to £150,000 are available for community councils to reduce carbon footprint and improve facilities in their community. With the help of CCF grants, Community Councils across Scotland have already opened up local rights of way and promoted … Continue reading