The SDF for the city centre was developed through public consultation, and at its heart, the document has six key ambitions for the city centre to bring economic, environmental and social benefit to Glasgow.
The report warns a ‘rapidly increasing’ part of the young population is not able to afford rent anymore and some are even struggling to pay for food.
The report calls on government to ensure the recently-announced white paper supports community control of high-street regeneration, accelerates devolved skills reforms and defines a clear role for local authorities.
The Queen’s Speech is due to take place on 11 May and there have been recent reports that the government is now looking to use it to push ahead with planning reforms.
The research, conducted by WPI Economics, found that investment and raised ambition in nature restoration could create at least 16,000 new jobs.
Mr Blazic will be responsible for directing the growth of the business as well as taking responsibility for business operations at an executive level.
One in five (20%) 50-70 year olds polled would like to make renovations to make their home easier to live in.