The Glasgow Liveable Neighbourhoods programme is taking place around the city and seeks to understand how communities use their neighbourhoods.
Together we will propose improvements that align with our four Liveable Neighbourhood themes:
Making local centres that help communities meet their everyday local needs and bring vibrancy, activity and jobs.
Improve the quality of journeys that are part of everyday life e.g. the work commute, the ‘school run’, or the trip to the shops.
Ensure we have streets that allow for safe walking and cycling journeys within neighbourhoods and connect to the wider city.
Make sure that streets are places for people not just cars, by working with local communities.
A liveable neighbourhood is a compact and accessible place, designed so that all people can meet most of their daily needs within a reasonable walk, wheel or cycle from their home.
They are connected places that reduce the city’s dependency on cars by helping to make walking, wheeling, cycling and public transport a first choice.
A liveable neighbourhood allows people, of all ages and abilities, to thrive.
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