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Council to dispose of former schoolhouses in Broomhill and Robroyston and site in Battlefield

Glasgow City Council has approved the disposal of the former schoolhouses at Broomhill Primary School, Beechwood Drive and Gadburn Primary School, at Rockfield Road, and a small site adjacent to 8 Prospecthill Road.

Glasgow and West Dunbartonshire to cooperate on Net Zero services

A cooperation agreement between Glasgow City Council and West Dunbartonshire Council has been developed, which will lead to more efficient and effective delivery of public services that relate to the transition to Net Zero.

Council approves leases for sports facilities in Easterhouse and Springburn to community groups

Glasgow City Council today (13 June) approved the 25-year leases of Easterhouse Sports Centre and the Springburn Park synthetic pitches to Easterhouse Henosis and Brunswick Community Development Trust through the People Make Glasgow Communities (PMGC) programme.

Glasgow's Forestry and Woodland Strategy approved

The Forestry and Woodland Strategy (FWS) for Glasgow was approved at a council committee today (6 June). The strategy will not only help to protect the city's trees and woodlands, but also guide investment in new planting and in doing so, bring economic, environmental and social benefits to Glasgow.

Update given on next steps for city centre busking and street performing in Glasgow

A report on one of the biggest ever public consultation responses - to busking and street performing in Glasgow city centre - in Glasgow, and what action will follow was presented to a council committee.

Programme for George Square project confirmed

An update on the programme for the George Square project was given to a Glasgow City Council committee today (4 June) with confirmation that work will begin on-site in January 2025, with the main work to begin next April.

Built Heritage Commission for Glasgow established

A Built Heritage Commission (BHC) for Glasgow has now been established to provide advice on a wide variety of heritage related matters in the city.

Staff sought to ensure smooth operation of General Election in Glasgow

Glasgow City Council is looking to add to its bank of staff ready to assist with the smooth running of the city's polling stations and the vote count for the forthcoming UK Parliamentary Election, on Thursday 4 July.

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