Monthly Archives: June 2011

Grim news for 134 Renfrew Street Development

We’ve just been informed that the plan to develop student accommodation at 134 Renfrew St. has been approved by the narrowest of margins by the Planning Application Committee. To refuse the application – 7 To approve the application – 8 … Continue reading

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Community Council Meeting – 19 July 2011 – Postponed

When: The meeting has been postponed. A new date will be posted here soon Where: Garnethill Multicultural Centre Agenda for the meeting will be posted shortly. Minutes of the previous meeting can be found here (TBA). Suggestion for agenda items … Continue reading

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Planning Application Committee to visit 134 Renfrew Street

Members of the Glasgow City Council Planning Application Committee are due to visit the site of the proposed development at 134 Renfrew Street. When: 14:00, 28th June 2011 Where: Outside the Garnethill Multicultural Centre This could be the last opportunity … Continue reading

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Walkabout June 2011

The second walkabout focused on the top of Hill Street, the Horseshoe, and West Graham Street. Councillor’s Nina Baker, Philip Braat and Gordon Matheson attended on what turned out to be a fairly miserable day  Some of the issues identified … Continue reading

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No change to 134 Renfrew St. plans

Despite the Planning Application Committee delaying the decision on the student flats at 134 Renfrew St, the developer Inehaze has failed to make any changes to the controversial plan. The main issue being considered by the committee is the effect … Continue reading

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Hidden Gems of Garnethill by The Glasgow Women’s Library

Several members of the community council and residents (Natalie, Sean and Ric) attended the Glasgow Women’s Library guided walk, Hidden Gems of Garnethill. This excellent walk guided us through both the architectural gems we know and love, as well as … Continue reading

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