Glasgow Live has reported how the Drug Consumption Room at Hunter Street has been moving “at pace”. Interestingly, the article says that engagement has taken place with community groups closest […]
Calton Community Council received details of the following virtual event that is open to the public: Land matters because we all use it, and we all need it.Join the Scottish
We have received the following details from Glasgow Life.
Glasgow Times has reported how housing associations are setting their rent for 2025/25. They have to consult with tenants before they increase their rate, but these range between 4% and
The BBC has reported how the People’s Palace has secured £850,000 in National Lottery Heritage funding. You can read the full story at https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-glasgow-west-68005733.
Please see the details of a public procession that may affect Calton below: OrganisationGlasgow Children’s Hospital CharityDate of ProcessionSunday 31, March 2024Start Time of Outward Route10.00 (24h)Assembly PointGreendyke StreetProposed RouteGreendyke
Calton Community Council has received an application for a New Licence for a Short Term Let (Secondary Letting) at 1.3 12 High Street. The applicant is Principal Apartments. The occupant
Calton Community Council has received an application for a New Licence for a Short Term Let (Secondary Letting) at 4/5 110 Bell Street. The applicant is Principal Apartments. The occupant
We have received an application to replace existing timber sash and case windows at 208 Hunter Street on the front side of a listed building with like-for-like timber frames and
An application has been received for the use of the former Central Police Headquarters building as 31no. flatted dwellings and associated works at 4-16 Turnbull Street. Some may remember that this