The Scottish Civic Trust is working with local affiliated groups
in Glasgow to establish a Glasgow Civic Forum. Building on the
Glasgow Conservation Forum which was set up in 1999 as an informal
association of conservation and amenity groups in support of
Glasgow's unique heritage, the new Civic Forum will address wider
built environment issues and aims to:
- provide a forum for community councils, local associations,
amenity and civic groups to discuss issues of common interest
- to strengthen the dialogue between civic groups in the
city and share best practice
- to encourage greater interest and involvement in national
planning and built environment initiatives.
Glasgow Civic Forum is chaired by Ann Laird of Friends of
Glasgow West. Current membership of the Glasgow Civic Forum
Membership is free and open to representatives of the following
groups within the Glasgow City Council boundaries:
- Community Councils
- Street Associations
- Area Associations
- Civic/amenity groups
- Local interest groups
- Building Preservation Trusts
- Other heritage groups
The Forum is not usually open to private individuals, political
groups or commercial organisations.
Meetings are held on the second Thursday of every month.
DATE OF NEXT
MEETING: 9 November 2017
VENUE: SCT Offices, 42 Miller Street.
Please contact SCT at firstname.lastname@example.org or
0141 221 1466 if you are interested in joining the Civic