Published: 3rd Sep 2020

Glasgow City Council has announced new frameworks will guide development of the Clyde corridor and Govan – Partick into the next stage of regeneration. The strategic development frameworks (SDFs) have been adopted into Glasgow’s City Development Plan and will build on the activity that has already taken place on the river and in these historic Glasgow communities. The Clyde Corridor aims to develop a river and waterfront that is vibrant, sustainable, better-connected, greener and more resilient to social, economic and climate change. The vision of this SDF is that the Clyde Corridor becomes a liveable place, forming a world-class destination at the heart of the city, with accessible and attractive spaces and cultural and leisure opportunities ensuring that where people want to visit and spend time there. The Govan – Partick SDF (which originated from significant community and stakeholder engagement in 2015) will build on the strengths and assets of … (To read the full article, subscribe below)