Views sought on ‘liveable neighbourhood’ designs

VIEWS are being sought on plans to improve the urban realm in various districts of Glasgow.

Visualisations have been produced, inviting comment from the general public, for what the local city council is describing as the Ruchill to Cowlairs and Langside to Toryglen ‘Liveable Neighbourhoods’.

Says a council announcement, here: “To progress design development for these Liveable Neighbourhoods and to prepare funding bids that would take identified projects through to implementation, opinions are being sought on draft images that illustrate: a safer and much improved Dummy Railway footpath; a safer and more appealing public realm on Ruchill Street; a safer and more attractive public realm around Langside Monument/Battlefield Road; and a more appealing walking routes in Toryglen through the revitalisation of open spaces within local streets.”

The visualisations can be viewed, here.

Pictured: City Chambers, Picture credit: Place Design Scotland