Sunday, 12 February 2017

Celebrating a community asset

Last Saturday, I went along to a party to celebrate the achievements of people involved in the Children's Wood and North Kelvin Meadow. The open space at Clouston Street has planning permission for a community garden and woodland area managed by the Children's Wood. It is possible to go ahead with the plans as a result of a housing proposal being rejected. 

View of raised beds
Barrow Band perform at the Celebrations
View of the North Kelvin Meadow and Children's Wood

After many years of campaigning by the local community, this site is now zoned as greenspace and established as part of the Glasgow West Conservation Area. I have consistently objected to sale of this land by the Council for a housing development. It is now going to be retained as open space and much appreciated community asset.

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