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Traffic and cycling issues in North Kelvin

Category : Update

The Community Council are aware of an increasing number of issues affecting drivers and cyclists in the North Kelvin area however we’d appreciate your help.

We have put together a questionnaire to collect your views on these issues.

By providing your thoughts you will help the Community Council to focus on the issues of most concern to the community.

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North Kelvin Big Lunch

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Come along to the North Kelvin Big Lunch next Sunday 19th August 1pm to 4pm on North Kelvin Meadow

It’s a community picnic, a chance for you to meet your neighbours and have lunch together, and it’s jointly organised by North Kelvin Meadow and North Kelvin Community Council.

You’ll need to bring food and drink to share, and something to sit on. If it’s raining, we’ll be in the Scout Hall on Kelbourne Street.

The plan is to lay all the food out and then everybody can help themselves to what they fancy. We’ll eat at 1.30pm.

There will be music from jazz quintet Perdido, facepainting, and we will have a ‘Shop Local’ raffle, with all prizes donated by local businesses. There’ll also be information from local organisations, and a chance to have your say about what you want to happen in the North Kelvin area.

We really hope you can come (and that the weather’s good!), see you all then.

 

 

 


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Planning Application on Clouston Street pitches

Category : Update

You may have seen the report on New City Vision’s Clouston Street website that they submitted a planning application for the site locally known as the North Kelvin Meadow on 8th May. We were looking out for the application to appear on the Council’s planning portal as the Community Council would be expected to comment on the application. However, we’ve received a letter from the Council’s planning department to let us know that the planning application was incomplete. They have therefore asked New City Vision to submit further information.

The Planning department says: “The development proposal is for 90 residential units (18 townhouses, 26 mews houses and 46 flats) and an area of open space (approximately a quarter of the site).  … The application will not be progressed until the applicant has submitted sufficient information to validate the application. When this occurs the Council will formally advertise the application and carry out statutory neighbour notification. At that stage interested parties will have 28 days to make representations.”

We will keep you informed and let you know when the planning application has been validated and is available to view on the Council’s site. New City Vision say they will also make the documents available to view on the Clouston Street website.