Our next meeting will be our AGM on Tuesday 3rd October, 6.30pm, at the usual place, St Charles' Church Hall, 1 Kelvinside Gardens, G20 6BG. It will be followed immediately by our usual monthly meeting. Both meetings are open to all residents. Whether you would like to get more involved with us or just observe the proceedings you will be very welcome.
We were pleased to see that planning permission has been refused for the proposed development at Fergus Drive. We will of course remain vigilant in case there is an appeal or an amended/new application is submitted, but thanks meantime to everyone who got involved in the campaign to oppose the plans. See our blog for background or download the decision (PDF).
What do you think about how alcohol licensing affects our area? We will be passing on comments from the local community to the City of Glasgow Licensing Board, which will be producing a new Licensing Policy Statement (due by November 2018 at the latest). Please let us know what you think. You can download current policy on licensing from the GCC website (PDF).
Possible issues associated with licensing include:
- antisocial behaviour
- licensing hours for pubs, restaurants and off-sales
- over-provision in our area
- minimum pricing
We need to have your views by our meeting on Tuesday 7th November 2017 at the latest. You can leave a comment on our blog, contact us on facebook, email us or come to a meeting.
We also expect a consultation on the possible introduction of a restricted parking zone (RPZ) to be held soon, possibly in spring 2018. We would like to have as many of your views as possible in advance of the consultation, so please let us know what you think.
Remember, if you don’t tell us, we can’t tell them where you think improvements need to be made!
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North Kelvin Community Council