Developer’s plans to build on Meadow now published

Following on from the developer’s drop-in event on Saturday 12 February, New City Vision have now published their plans for building on North Kelvin Meadow.

Whilst some concessions have been made, the entire project still has minimal open space. The majority of visitors leaving the drop-in session felt that the number of flats proposed was excessive and that the loss of the open space necessary to build them was not acceptable.

The plans are available to download from New City Vision now. (PDF)

The Pre-planning consultation is still underway.  It would help enormously if you could voice your demands to keep flats off the Meadow.  Every item of correspondence received by the developer will have to mentioned as part of their final report to Glasgow City Council.  Please help us make the council understand that this development is not wanted.

If you write, please address it to:

Steven Black, Project Manager
New City Vision Ltd
13 Newton Place
Glasgow
G3 7PR

Or email: sblack@newcityvision.co.uk

It would be great if you could also send us a copy if you’re emailing it:
cc to: northkelvinmeadow@gmail.com,
Plus cc the New City Vision Ltd Planning Consultant Nick Wright too:nwplanning@gmail.com

You can also write to your Politicians, Councillors, local Community Council and anyone else you know to make your views know. Their contact details are listed here.

 

Glasgow City Council Sports Pitch Policy:

Para 8.5 – Release of Blaes Pitches

“It should be recognised however that sports pitches also act as
informal recreational green spaces with value for amenity and informal
outdoor use. Any proposals to dispose of sports pitches should be
subject to consultation with local communities, and require a
determination by Council that these pitch spaces are not required as
part of any other open space function.”

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2 Responses to Developer’s plans to build on Meadow now published

  1. Kate Black says:

    Have sent an e-mail expressing my objections to the proposed ‘development’.

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