Published: 5th Jun 2019

Glasgow will get new community hubs in six of its wards, with more planned in the future. Credit: Maarit Ignatius-Kuittinen from Pixabay Glasgow City Council will spend £20m on the first phase of a new set of community hubs for the city. The first phase of hubs, which will allow residents to access multiple services from the council and its partners in a single location, was considered by a council committee earlier this week. The community hubs will initially be developed in six of Glasgow’s council wards – Baillieston, Calton, Canal, Drumchapel/Anniesland, Greater Pollok, and Pollokshields – before being followed by future hubs in other parts of the city. Cllr Greg Hepburn, chair of Glasgow City Council’s Neighbourhoods, Housing and Public Realm City Policy Committee, said: ‘These proposals would deliver a new model of community service provision that best meets the needs and convenience of Glaswegians, … (To read the full article, subscribe below)