The Draft Greater Easterhouse Strategic Development Framework (SDF) is a plan for the long-term development of the Greater Easterhouse area.   This strategy is for everyone interested in improving and investing in the area. The goal is to create a healthy and high-quality place.   


By working together, sharing knowledge and resources, we aim to significantly improve the district. The SDF aims to provide a 30-year vision and plan for regeneration and involve all stakeholders in the process.   We want to develop brownfield sites for new homes, improve walking and cycling infrastructure, and public transportation.


The SDF includes an action plan to be implemented over time. After initial community engagement, a draft of the SDF is ready for feedback through a survey.   The SDF envisions a thriving, sustainable, liveable, and socially inclusive community in Greater Easterhouse by 2035. It suggests four themes for action: 

  • Supporting the Local Economy, 
  • Enhancing Place Quality and Liveability, 
  • Enhancing Connectivity and Accessibility, and 
  • Delivering a multifunctional open space network for the benefit of people, nature and climate resilience.



The deadline for taking part is Tuesday 5th February 2024.  



If you have not already done so, please look at the draft SDF here.  


If you require any additional information about this survey please contact:
Neighbourhoods, Regeneration and Sustainability
Glasgow City Council
231 George Street, Glasgow, G1 1RX


The following survey contains summaries of key sections of the document. However, to be able to fully understand what the SDF is saying, please look at the full document.



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