The consultation process for the draft Glasgow Community Plan is now live.
It was launched in the Pearce Institute, Govan last week by Bailie Russell Robertson, Chair of the Glasgow Community Planning Partnership which includes the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service.
During his speech Bailie Robertson said: “Our vision is for Glasgow to be a world-class city with thriving and resilient communities where everyone can flourish and benefit from the city's success.
“We are committed as partners to achieve inclusive growth in Glasgow. We will make sure we take action together and in our individual organisations to deliver the change and improvement needed.”
It outlines key priorities for the city including tackling skills shortages and poverty to ensure everyone in Glasgow is supported to achieve their own potential.
Glasgow’s Community Planning partnership is encouraging as many people as possible to read the plan and respond to the online survey which can be found at https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/GlasgowCommunityPlan.
The final version of the Plan will be published in October.