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  • Glasgow City Council
    engagement with our private sector partners businesses and members of the public However we still need to speak with more people to make sure that we develop a strategy that reflects the real needs and challenges of our city Your ideas will be used to develop an action plan that will help the city to grow as a resilient place as we face the challenges of the future Additional opportunities to get involved will become available over the summer months including Attending Resilient Glasgow workshop to scenario plan using the Glasgow Game Visiting us at our Resilient Glasgow stall that will be at various events in the city during the summer Dropping in to our offices at 231 George Street for an informal chat about the strategy To find out more about these opportunities please visit www glasgow gov uk resilience We seek to understand what resilience means for the people of Glasgow and to understand how we can be better prepared to deal with the challenges that our city faces now and in the future Consultation start date 16 June 2015 Consultation end date 15 September 2015 Feedback date Due 31 October 2015 Method s of Consultation Workshop Exhibition

    Original URL path: https://www.glasgowconsult.co.uk/KMS/dmart.aspx?strTab=PublicDMartCompleted&PageContext=PublicDMart&PageType=item&DMartId=721&breadcrumb_pc=PublicDMartCompleted&breadcrumb_pg=search&breadcrumb_pn=dmart.aspx&filter_Status=2 (2016-02-14)
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  • Glasgow City Council
    on a 56k modem File type Consultation Name Title Council Section Service Consultation Start Date Consultation End Date Energy and Environment Citizen Survey Land and Environmental Services 03 Mar 2014 07 Apr 2014 Aim s 2015 will be Glasgow s Green Year and the Green Year team along with the STEP UP Strategies Towards Energy Performance and Urban Planning project G Heat and Glasgow City Council s Environment and Sustainability teams are looking to engage with and consult Glasgow s citizens on energy and environmental issues Dear Resident As Leader of Glasgow City Council and Chair of Sustainable Glasgow I would like to invite you to take part in our citizens survey on energy and environmental issues This is a great opportunity for you to have your say on topics such as energy transport green activities tackling climate change and our plans for the city The results of this survey will help to inform the development of Glasgow s Energy and Carbon Master Plan and will also influence planning and activities for Glasgow s Year of Green 2015 By taking part you can support and inform actions aimed at improving the environment and sustainability in Glasgow Yours Cllr Gordon Matheson Leader Glasgow City Council and Chair of Sustainable Glasgow For more information or to take part in discussions workshops about the Energy and Carbon Master Plan contact stepup glasgow gov uk For information about Glasgow s Year of Green 2015 contact greenglasgow2015 glasgow gov uk 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 Sighthill Campus Education Services 03 Mar 2014 09 May 2014 Aim s Proposal to relocate St Stephen s Primary School and St Kevin s Primary School

    Original URL path: https://www.glasgowconsult.co.uk/KMS/dmart.aspx?strTab=PublicDMartCompleted&PageNumber=7&Searching=Y&PageContext=PublicDMartCompleted&PageType=search&filter_Status=2 (2016-02-14)
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  • Glasgow City Council
    accessible urban environment that promotes active ageing We believe that our participation in the WHO programme will enable us to learn from others and allow us to build on the 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 Consultation start date 15 June 2015 Consultation end date 10 August 2015 Feedback date Due 30 September 2015 Method s of Consultation Workshop On line Questionnaire Postal Questionnaire Public Event Target Group s Stakeholders General public Take part Take part

    Original URL path: https://www.glasgowconsult.co.uk/KMS/dmart.aspx?strTab=PublicDMartCompleted&PageContext=PublicDMart&PageType=item&DMartId=723&breadcrumb_pc=PublicDMartCompleted&breadcrumb_pg=search&breadcrumb_pn=dmart.aspx&filter_Status=2 (2016-02-14)
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  • Glasgow City Council
    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 Consultation start date 12 June 2015 Consultation end date 04 September 2015 Feedback date Due 30 September 2015 Method s of Consultation On line Questionnaire Target Group s Stakeholders General public Take part Take part Contact Section Service Address Email Project Manager Land and Environmental Services 231 George Street Glasgow G1

    Original URL path: https://www.glasgowconsult.co.uk/KMS/dmart.aspx?strTab=PublicDMartCompleted&PageContext=PublicDMart&PageType=item&DMartId=722&breadcrumb_pc=PublicDMartCompleted&breadcrumb_pg=search&breadcrumb_pn=dmart.aspx&filter_Status=2 (2016-02-14)
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  • Glasgow City Council
    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 Consultation start date 22 April 2015 Consultation end date 08 May 2015 Feedback date Due 17 September 2015 Method s of Consultation On Line Target Group s Parents General public Take part

    Original URL path: https://www.glasgowconsult.co.uk/KMS/dmart.aspx?strTab=PublicDMartCompleted&PageContext=PublicDMart&PageType=item&DMartId=730&breadcrumb_pc=PublicDMartCompleted&breadcrumb_pg=search&breadcrumb_pn=dmart.aspx&filter_Status=2 (2016-02-14)
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  • Glasgow City Council
    whether production changes at fast food outlets can be introduced to improve the nutritional content in fast food dishes The information provided will be used to identify the types of dishes to target for improvement at takeaways The survey should take no longer than 5 minutes and will be available until Monday 6th April The information gathered will only be used for the purposes of this exercise Consultation start date

    Original URL path: https://www.glasgowconsult.co.uk/KMS/dmart.aspx?strTab=PublicDMartCompleted&PageContext=PublicDMart&PageType=item&DMartId=720&breadcrumb_pc=PublicDMartCompleted&breadcrumb_pg=search&breadcrumb_pn=dmart.aspx&filter_Status=2 (2016-02-14)
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  • Glasgow City Council
    to get your views on what you believe is important so Glasgow s libraries remain valued relevant and integral to the city We have questions for those who use our libraries regularly and those who don t visit us quite so often It is important to us that everyone can take part in helping to shape the Vision for Glasgow Libraries For more information please click http www glasgowlife org

    Original URL path: https://www.glasgowconsult.co.uk/KMS/dmart.aspx?strTab=PublicDMartCompleted&PageContext=PublicDMart&PageType=item&DMartId=719&breadcrumb_pc=PublicDMartCompleted&breadcrumb_pg=search&breadcrumb_pn=dmart.aspx&filter_Status=2 (2016-02-14)
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  • Glasgow City Council
    three proposals for reform have been identified The removal of the optional one and two year licences in respect of licence applications made under the Civic Government Scotland Act 1982 An improved regulatory approach to the licensing of street traders and The introduction of an application to change the nominated day to day manager Your views are welcome on each of 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 Late Hours Catering Corporate Services 08 Oct 2013 13 Dec 2013 Aim s The Civic Government Scotland Act 1982 the Act makes provision for the licensing and regulation of certain activities in order to achieve the following licensing objectives Preserve public order Preserve public safety and Prevent crime The Council is responsible for the licensing and regulation of a number of activities including late hours catering street trading public entertainment taxis and private hire cars The Licensing and Regulatory Committee the Committee is responsible for determining applications for licences to carry out these activities and over the years it has developed a number of policies and conditions in order to regulate these licensed activities As with any policy or condition the Committee must consider whether to allow for any exceptions to be made on a case by case basis While there is no statutory obligation to review existing policies and conditions as a matter of good practice they should be reviewed from time to time to ensure that each policy and condition remains necessary and appropriate in terms of the above licensing objectives and in terms of promoting the Council s key priorities which include improving the efficiency and effectiveness of Council services building a prosperous city and improving health and well being As such a wide ranging consultation and review exercise is being undertaken to identify any changes which are considered necessary to these policies and conditions and any areas where new policy development or conditions are required As part of this review the Licensing Authority is inviting views on its current policy on late hours catering and any issues which should be considered for policy development 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 Street Trading Corporate Services 08 Oct 2013 13 Dec 2013 Aim s The Civic Government Scotland Act 1982 the Act makes provision for the licensing and regulation of certain activities in order to achieve the following licensing objectives Preserve public order Preserve public safety and Prevent crime The Council is responsible for the licensing and regulation of a number of activities including late hours catering street trading public entertainment taxis and private hire cars The Licensing and Regulatory Committee the Committee is responsible for determining applications for licences to carry out these activities and over the years it has developed a

    Original URL path: https://www.glasgowconsult.co.uk/KMS/dmart.aspx?strTab=PublicDMartCompleted&PageNumber=8&Searching=Y&PageContext=PublicDMartCompleted&PageType=search&filter_Status=2 (2016-02-14)
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