Over the last generation, Glasgow city centre emerged as one of Europe’s stand-out urban destinations and a master of reinvention following its industrial past. Through the Covid 19 pandemic it has become clear that Glasgow city centre has been a favoured destination that people travel to in order to work, shop, learn, congress, collaborate, and innovate. However, to build resilience and sustainability, an increase in residential availability is required to unlock demand for local services and amenities.
This strategy focuses attention on three thematic pillars designed to enrich the inherited features of Glasgow’s city centre and shape a new cycle of shared opportunity by continuing to enhance its attractiveness at local, metropolitan and international levels; exploiting its unique innovation potential and creating a sustainable place that people want to live
We invite you to take part in a short survey to assess the City Centre Strategy. Your feedback and insights will help shape the future of the city with a specific focus on Magnetic Experience, Front Door to Innovation, and A Place to Live.
The deadline for completing this survey is 3rd December 2023

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This information can be made available in a variety of alternate formats and community languages on request. If you would like more information about this or would like to request an alternative format or language, please contact NRSPIMU@glasgow.gov.uk