Kingston Bridge: M8 Newton Street On Ramp Refurbishment

Cope & Parapet Works

Scotland TranServ, on behalf of Transport Scotland, is proposing essential bridge refurbishment of the Kingston Bridge at the M8 Newton Street On Ramp.

The works will involve the removal of the original cope and parapet and the replacement of these with a design complying with modern standards.

We expect this extensive refurbishment programme will take up to 12 weeks to complete, commencing in late Autumn/Winter.


Traffic management solutions

In order to complete these works as quickly and safely as possible, it will be necessary to implement a series of traffic management solutions including running narrow lanes between 0600 and 2200.

Full overnight closures of the structure are also proposed between 2200 and 0600 each evening.

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Further information

Should you require any further information on the proposed programme of works, then you can contact the Project Team directly.

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Local Planning Application: Sewage Treatment Works 15 Daldowie Glasgow: 17/02243/DC

Community Cnl:Broomhouse
Address:Sewage Treatment Works 15 Daldowie Glasgow
Proposal:Formation of a pedestrian footpath and installation of road traffic calming measures and associated works.
Date Received:30.08.2017
Date Valid:12.09.2017
Applicant Details:Scottish Water
Agent Details:Chris Miller
GVA Grimley Ltd. 206 St Vincent Street Glasgow
Representation Expiry Date:10.10.2017
Type:Full Planning Permission
Level:Local Development
Case Officer:Mr S MacKeddie, 0141 287 0877
Cons Area:
Map Reference:

Full details of this application can be found here (search using the ref above):

Some additional attachments are provided below.






Improving Parking in Scotland Consultation Launched

On 31 March, Humza Yousaf MSP, Minister for Transport and the Islands, announced the launch of the public consultation on improving parking in Scotland. The consultation explores how parking is managed across the country, and invites views on how we can deliver a consistent approach to managing and enforcing parking on public roads, including trunk roads, while improving accessibility for all.

Since obtaining powers to legislate on parking matters in the Scotland Act 2016, the Scottish Government is undertaking a detailed review of parking. The Scottish Government recognises the detrimental impact that irresponsible and obstructive parking can have on local communities, including restricting access for emergency services and putting the safety of pedestrians and other motorists in jeopardy.

The impact of parking goes further than governing where people can leave their vehicles. The rules can have a direct impact on town centre regeneration and on accessibility, including the provision of disabled spaces, so it is important that that communities, businesses and interest groups from across Scotland have an opportunity to put their views across to create a set of policies that can help make our roads safer, greener and available to all.

The consultation paper seeks views on a number of aspects, including:

  • how Scottish Government can make parking laws clearer
  • what parking restrictions and exemptions should apply
  • the best approach for managing parking, and
  • how to manage the placement of vehicles in today’s town centres, including improving accessibility for all, while incorporating new technology.

The consultation is open to all and all interested parties are encouraged to take part in the consultation via the Scottish Government’s consultation platform, Citizen Space, at and will run until 30 June 2017. The consultation paper can be found here –

For further information about the consultation or to request different formats of the document, please email

Glasgow Parks Strategy

Hello there!

Over the past year, Pidgin Perfect have been working with Glasgow City Council’s Land and Environmental Services to develop a strategy to secure a vibrant and sustainable future for Glasgow’s many beautiful Parks and Greenspaces.
In order to create a strategy that works for all of Glasgow’s park users, Pidgin Perfect are hoping to gather the thoughts, opinions and ideas of as many park users as possible. Below is the link to a short questionnaire with a number of questions about how you would like to see Glasgow’s Parks and Greenspaces develop in the future. It will take less than 10 minutes to complete and all your answers will be anonymised.

Please share this questionnaire with any friends, family or colleagues who you think would also be interested in the future of Glasgow’s Parks and Greenspaces. You can also share it through social media.

If you have any comments, questions or anything else you’d like to add please don’t hesitate to get in touch either at or on 0141 2264092.
Thank you for your input!

AS Homes Proposal: Erection of 105no two storey Dwelling houses with associated access roads & landscaping

A new planning application has been lodged by AS Homes Scotland Ltd with Glasgow City Council in the Broomhouse Area.

Reference: 16/03252/DC Community Cnl: Broomhouse Address: Site Bounded By Daldowie Road/Boghall Road/ Hamilton Road Uddingston Proposal: Erection of 105no two storey Dwelling houses with associated access roads & landscaping. Date Received: 22.12.2016 Date Valid: 31.01.2017 Applicant Details: AS Homes Scotland Ltd Agent Details:
Ward: Baillieston Representation Expiry Date: 28.02.2017 Type: Full Planning Permission Level: Major Development Case Officer: Mr N Rutherford, 0141 287 6055 Listing: Cons Area: Map Reference: (E) 267232 (N) 662804
Access the link below and enter ref: 16/03252/DC for more info.
Below is the full size site plan.

Boghall/Daldowie Rd Re-alignment

Further details of the planning application can be found by searching the GCC planning website for 12/00505/DC | Re-alignment of road and re-grading of land: Potentially contrary to policy DEV12 Green Belt of City Plan 2. | Daldowie Road/ Hamilton Road Mount Vernon Glasgow”