Decade-long Glasgow city centre regeneration strategy launched
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August 29 201610-year city centre regeneration strategy in partnership with MVRDV and Austin-Smith:Lord.
This will see regeneration efforts focus on nine ‘districts’ named as; Anderston, Broomielaw, Centre, Cowcaddens, Merchant City and High Street, Sauchiehall, St Enoch, Townhead, University and Cathedral.
Initial consultations for the Sauchiehall district have already outlined the need for a new cycle and pedestrian bridge and urban park over part of the M8 near Charing Cross as part of efforts to enhance city living, improve connectivity and harness local identity.
Now attention will turn to Broomielaw, Blythswood, Central and St. Enoch with stakeholders invited to give their input on what physical changes they would like to see implemented on their patch, with Winy Mass of MVRDV and Graham Ross of Austin-Smith:Lord on hand to help realise these ideas.
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