Glasgow firms up main goals for city centre
Improving the physical infrastructure of Glasgow city centre and regenerating the Clyde waterfront area have been listed as two priorities in the drive to create a world-class city.
Glasgow City Council leader Steven Purcell laid out his plans for the city’s future in a speech at the State of the Economy Conference. He said that the Scottish Executive has identified the Clyde regeneration as a vital component for continued growth. ‘This is a crucial period for our economic future,’ added Purcell. ‘Our ten-year strategy is a blueprint for success.’
Scottish Enterprise operations director Stuart Patrick said: ‘We want Glasgow to be seen not as a city going through a process of regeneration but one whose transformation from post-industrial to modern 21st century city is complete.’
Source: Planning magazine