Glasgow City Council is delivering a City Centre Transformation Plan (CCTP) which will supersede the existing City Centre Transport Strategy 2014-2024. The CCTP will sit alongside sister strategies including the Glasgow Transport Strategy and Liveable Neighbourhoods Plan.

Glasgow City Centre Transformation Plan is an ambitious strategy to support change across the City Centre, building on Glasgow’s special qualities of place to create a more successful, vibrant, people-focused and liveable core to Scotland’s largest city and metropolitan area.

The CCTP has been informed by the findings of Glasgow’s Public Conversation which took place in Autumn 2020 and stakeholder engagement in Autumn 2021. The purpose of the CCTP is to provide a clear framework for transport decision-making in Glasgow City Centre and make it a place where everyone can thrive. It is important therefore to seek the views of the general public and wider stakeholders before being finalised.

We would welcome your views on the CCTP in its current draft and encourage everyone to take part in this survey before the deadline, which is set for
noon on Monday 12th September 2022.

The survey will take approximately 10-15 minutes to complete.

All of the documents associated with the CCTP, including a reader-friendly version, can be found here. You are encouraged to read the draft CCTP before undertaking this survey.

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