PROPOSALS to transform a large area of vacant land in Gilshochill go out for consultation later this month.
People and organisations living, based or with an interest in the area will be able to give their views on the Maryhill North Green Infrastructure Masterplan from 26 March.
Transforming Communities: Glasgow (TC:G), in partnership with Maryhill Housing, have drawn up plans as part of the Maryhill Transformational Regeneration Area initiative.
Centred around Sandbank Street, Kilmun Street, Shiskine Drive and Lyndale Road, the masterplan presents ideas for public open space, walking and cycling routes, surface water management features, as well as indications of the type of buildings and homes that will be built there.
The online consultation will run until 23 April at www.maryhillnorthtra.com.
Councillor Kenny McLean, chair of Transforming Communities Glasgow, said: “This consultation offers the chance to find out about and help shape this masterplan for a part of Maryhill that offers great potential as a place to live and visit. By taking part, people can give their views on what they would like to see in the area.”
Bryony Willett, chief executive of Maryhill Housing, said: “Maryhill Housing is committed to developing homes and neighbourhoods to feel proud of and we are incredibly excited to be part of the team developing plans to transform this area of North Maryhill.
“We need local residents to have their say on the proposals and would really appreciate people taking the time to provide feedback.”
TC:G is a partnership between Glasgow City Council, Glasgow Housing Association and the Scottish Government delivering housing-led regeneration across eight Transformational Regeneration Areas in the city.