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  • Glasgow City Council
    premises granting permits to family entertainment centres granting permits for prize gaming and registering small society lotteries Your views In accordance with the Act the Licensing Board must prepare consult on and publish a policy which it proposes to apply when exercising relevant gambling related functions We are interested in your views on both the proposed changes to the policy statement and to the terms of the draft guidance Proposed changes to the policy have been highlighted in yellow both documents available below Please submit your views by email to licensingboard glasgow gov uk or in writing to City of Glasgow Licensing Board City Chambers George Square Glasgow G2 1DU Outcome The Licensing Board will use the information you provide as part of the public consultation to review its policy and to finalise guidance for applicants and licence holders in relation to local area risk assessments The final policy and guidance will be published by the Licensing Board in April 2016 Consultation start date 26 January 2016 Consultation end date 21 March 2016 Feedback date Due 13 July 2016 Method s of Consultation Postal Email Target Group s General public Contact Section Service Address Email Mairi Millar City of Glasgow

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  • Glasgow City Council
    to impact local government This has meant the council has had to both reduce its spending and try to increase its income in order to balance its budget which it is legally required to do The Scottish Government s settlement for local government in 2016 17 includes a cash reduction of 53 million Coupled with budget pressures of 33 million this means the council has a budget shortfall of 86 million in the next financial year When added to an estimated shortfall of 47 million forecast for 2017 18 the requirement for savings over the next two years is 133 million In making budget decisions nobody is more important than you the citizens who depend on the services the council provides Find out more about the savings we need to make in the budget guide below and then have your say by following the feedback links The elected members of Glasgow City Council will take decisions on setting the budget on March 10 2016 As well as ideas that you might have the council s professional officers will continue to make suggestions that councillors will consider Consultation start date 20 January 2016 Consultation end date 19 February 2016 Feedback date

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  • Glasgow City Council
    will be in place for a year We would like to gather your views and opinions about the different types of segregation methods on Aikenhead Road and use these to inform the future direction of the cycle network in Glasgow For more information about the trial and the types of segregation used in the trial please see www glasgow gov uk cycling Consultation start date 02 July 2015 Consultation end

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  • Glasgow City Council
    Housing Libraries Licensing Lone Parents Park and Open Spaces Planning and Regeneration Policy Polling Resilience Strategic Environmental Assessment SEA Strategy Street Management Sustainability Transport Service Section Any Chief Executive Dept City of Glasgow Licensing Board Corporate Services Development and Regeneration Services Education Services Glasgow City Council Glasgow City Council s 2014 Team Glasgow Life Land and Environmental Services Social Work Services Target Group s Any Bus Drivers Businesses Community Organisations

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  • Glasgow City Council
    close Elba Lane Nursery School and to transfer the provision to a new nursery to be built at Silverdale Street Proposal 3 To relocate Kirkriggs Primary School into spare capacity within Toryglen Primary School and then relocate Linburn Academy into the vacated Kirkriggs building Summary Of Results Outcome File name File size Download time based on a 56k modem File type Consultation Name Title Council Section Service Consultation Start Date Consultation End Date Strategic Plan for health and social care services in Glasgow Social Work Services 13 Oct 2015 31 Dec 2015 Aim s The Public Bodies Joint Working Scotland Act 2014 requires local authorities and health boards to integrate planning for certain social care and community health services The Glasgow City Integration Joint Board upon establishment is required by the Act to produce a Strategic Plan for delivery of those services delegated to it by the Council and Health Board and to consult on the draft of this Plan The Act defines a range of stakeholders who must be consulted but the intention is to consult much more widely than the statutory minimum Summary Of Results Outcome File name File size Download time based on a 56k modem File type Consultation Name Title Council Section Service Consultation Start Date Consultation End Date Taxi Age Consultation City of Glasgow Licensing Board 12 Oct 2015 20 Nov 2015 Aim s As part of the Licensing and Regulatory Committee s ongoing review of civic licensing policy it is considering the introduction of an upper age policy for vehicles licensed as Taxis This policy in general terms would require that a vehicle licensed as a Taxi is removed from service once it reaches a certain age The purpose of the consultation is to gather views and opinions on whether such a policy should be introduced and if so how the policy should be applied We would welcome any comments on these proposals Summary Of Results Outcome File name File size Download time based on a 56k modem File type Consultation Name Title Council Section Service Consultation Start Date Consultation End Date Single Parents Survey of Priorities Glasgow City Council 07 Jul 2015 31 Jul 2015 Aim s A unique project set up by Glasgow City Council and One Parent Families Scotland OPFS wants to hear from single parents about what they think would change their lives for the better The consultation is a response to research highlighting the negative impact of welfare reform on single parents 40 of all families with children in Glasgow The key aim of the project is to influence and direct positive change within partner organisations to improve services and responses for lone parents in Glasgow The project is funded by GCPH NHSGGC GCC Health Scotland and Wheatley Group Summary Of Results Outcome File name File size Download time based on a 56k modem File type Consultation Name Title Council Section Service Consultation Start Date Consultation End Date Our Resilient Glasgow A City Conversation Land and Environmental Services 16

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  • Glasgow City Council
    good practice we can already demonstrate to make Glasgow a truly age friendly city In order to ensure we reflect the priorities of our citizens we would like to gather your views and opinions about our current strengths as a city and what more we can do to improve In November 2014 the Council hosted an engagement session with over 30 older people and related stakeholder groups The suggestions from this session are included throughout this questionnaire By completing this questionnaire you will help us set our priorities for the first stage of our participation in this programme The survey should take no longer than 20 minutes to complete and will be available until 10th August 2015 The information gathered will only be used for the purposes of this exercise Summary Of Results Outcome File name File size Download time based on a 56k modem File type Consultation Name Title Council Section Service Consultation Start Date Consultation End Date Strategic Plan for Cycling 2015 2025 Land and Environmental Services 12 Jun 2015 04 Sep 2015 Aim s Glasgow City Council s Strategic Plan for Cycling 2015 2025 consultation runs from 12 th June 2015 to the 4 th September 2015 This Plan sets out Glasgow s vision objectives targets and actions for increasing levels of cycling for leisure as a mode of transport and for sport The Plan updates the 2010 strategy which focussed on preparing the city for the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games The Games were a resounding success and this plan builds upon its legacy making best use of existing and new facilities and aiming to increase participation in cycling as an everyday activity as well as a sport and leisure activity Since the original Strategic Plan for Cycling was published in 2010 considerable achievements have been made across the city The number of cycling facilities has grown considerably Investment in cycling has increased and remains steadily above the national average and The number of people cycling has increased significantly a 200 increase since 2007 We are now looking for your views and opinions which will be used to help finalise the Strategic Plan Summary Of Results Outcome File name File size Download time based on a 56k modem File type Consultation Name Title Council Section Service Consultation Start Date Consultation End Date Breakfast Clubs Education Services 22 Apr 2015 08 May 2015 Aim s This consultation aims to gauge opinion on the options available to secure efficiency of this service The options are Locality clustering of breakfast clubs Increased charging Closure linked to level of uptake For more information please visit https www glasgow gov uk index aspx articleid 8750 Summary Of Results Outcome File name File size Download time based on a 56k modem File type Consultation Name Title Council Section Service Consultation Start Date Consultation End Date Fast Food Takeaway Survey Land and Environmental Services 16 Mar 2015 06 Apr 2015 Aim s The Food Safety Team of Land and Environmental Services at Glasgow City

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  • Glasgow City Council
    and Environmental Services Glasgow City Council Exchange House 231 George Street Glasgow G1 1RX les glasgow gov uk To complete the survey click on the Victoria Park Red Blaes Pitches link above in blue Then click on take part Summary Of Results Victoria Park Red Blaes Pitches Consultation Summary Outcome File name File size Download time based on a 56k modem File type Consultation Name Title Council Section Service Consultation Start Date Consultation End Date Broomhill Draft Conservation Area Appraisal Development and Regeneration Services 02 Feb 2015 01 Jun 2015 Aim s Following the commitment set out in City Plan 2 2009 and in response to requests from local members and residents the Council has prepared a study of Broomhill as a potential Conservation Area The Draft study highlights the quality of the historic environment to be found and proposes the designation of a new Conservation Area This consultation is your opportunity to influence whether or not the Council will progress these proposed designations Paper copies available to view at Whiteinch Library and at Glasgow City Council 231 George Street G1 1RX Following the Public Meeting it has been decided to extend the consultation period to 1 st June 2015 A further invitation to comment will be issued to all residents Please note that all comments received to date will be logged and included in the consideration of the consultation feedback It is anticipated that following analysis of the responses a conclusion will be reached by end September 2015 To view the consultative draft and complete the comments form please click here http www glasgow gov uk index aspx articleid 14884 Please complete the comments form and e mail to appraisal drs glasgow gov uk By post City Design Group DRS Glasgow City Council 231 George Street Glasgow G1 1RX Comments should be received by 1st June 2015 Summary Of Results Outcome A new Conservation Area was designated at Broomhill and the Conservation Area Appraisal approved at the Planning Applications Committee of 8 th December 2015 File name File size Download time based on a 56k modem File type Consultation Name Title Council Section Service Consultation Start Date Consultation End Date Supplementary Planning Guidance Development and Regeneration Services 04 Aug 2014 29 Sep 2014 Aim s From 4th August 2014 copies of the supplementary guidance may be inspected during normal business hours at the Mitchell Library all local libraries and at Development and Regeneration Services 231 George Street Glasgow G1 1RX The documents can also be viewed and downloaded on the Council s website www glasgow gov uk supplementaryguidance and further information on them can be obtained via the website by emailing developmentplan glasgow gov uk or by phoning 0141 287 8608 Anyone wishing to make representations on the supplementary guidance must do so using the representation form The form can be found on the Council s website at www glasgow gov uk supplementaryguidance It can be submitted electronically or downloaded and returned to the Development Plan Team Development and

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  • Glasgow City Council
    Games Kelvingrove Park Section 11 Order Development and Regeneration Services 06 Jun 2014 20 Jun 2014 Aim s Your views are sought on a proposed Section 11 Order to suspend public access rights normally exercisable under the Land Reform Scotland Act on two areas of land located within Kelvingrove Park principally comprising the Bandstand and the Lawn Bowls Pitches The purpose of the Order is to facilitate ticket only access to Commonwealth Games and Festival 2014 events and for public safety and security The proposed Order will be effective from 22 nd July to 4 th August 2014 A map showing the extent of the Order and alternative routes where appropriate is provided at the below link Representations or objections in respect of the Order may be sent to the email address below In the case of objections the grounds on which they are made must be stated and contact details including a telephone number must be provided Please note this consultation refers only to non vehicular access mainly walking and cycling It does not concern vehicular access parking or other Games related matters Correspondence relating to the latter will not be considered Summary Of Results Outcome File name File size Download time based on a 56k modem File type Consultation Name Title Council Section Service Consultation Start Date Consultation End Date Commonwealth Games Glasgow Green Section 11 Order Development and Regeneration Services 06 Jun 2014 20 Jun 2014 Aim s Your views are sought on a proposed Section 11 Order to suspend public access rights normally exercisable under the Land Reform Scotland Act on a section of Glasgow Green located at the Western end of the site including part of the Clyde Walkway The purpose of the Order is to facilitate ticket only access to Commonwealth Games and Festival 2014 events at certain times to enable numbers to be managed for health and safety purposes outwith those times and to facilitate high security screening of individuals entering the site at all times The proposed Order will be effective from 23 rd July to 4 th August 2014 A map showing the extent of the Order and alternative routes where appropriate is provided at the below link Representations or objections in respect of the Order may be sent to the email address below In the case of objections the grounds on which they are made must be stated and contact details including a telephone number must be provided Please note this consultation refers only to non vehicular access mainly walking and cycling It does not concern vehicular access parking or other Games related matters Correspondence relating to the latter will not be considered Summary Of Results Outcome File name File size Download time based on a 56k modem File type Consultation Name Title Council Section Service Consultation Start Date Consultation End Date Commonwealth Games Arena Velodrome Athletes Village Section 11 Order Development and Regeneration Services 05 Jun 2014 19 Jun 2014 Aim s Your views are sought on a proposed

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