Glasgow: a new vision for transport, people and place
Organised by Landor LINKS
Wednesday 7th October: 10.00 – 12.00
Glasgow City Council is holding a Public Conversation on the city’s transport future, to help inform and shape new transport plans for the City.
Join this webinar on People and Place on 7thOctober 2020 and be part of the conversation.
Glasgow’s Connecting Communities approach is producing three new plans for the city – an overarching Glasgow Transport Strategy, a City Centre Transformation Plan and a Liveable Neighbourhoods Plan. These plans will aim to tackle social, economic, health and environmental challenges in the City linked to transport and placemaking.
Chair: Duncan Booker, COP26 Stakeholder Manager, Glasgow City Council
Ross Martin, Glasgow Connectivity Commission
Daisy Narayanan, Director of Urbanism, Sustrans
Lucy Musgrave OBE, founding director, Publica, London Mayor’s Design Advocate and a member of the National Infrastructure Commission’s Design Group (invited)
Robert Nicholas, Senior Traffic Engineer, London Borough of Hackney
Jason Gooding, Head of Parking, Fleet and Transport Services, Nottingham City Council
Followed by interactive Q & A
Glasgow City Council (GCC) is producing a series of public online conversations around its Connecting Communities programme. This national public seminar will set out Glasgow’s aspirations for creating Liveable Neighbourhoods and an inclusive city centre, with a focus on city centre regeneration and equitable placemaking.
Connecting Communities sets out GCC’s approach for tackling social, economic and health inequality by creating an active, healthy public realm, supporting city centre regeneration and implementing liveable neighbourhoods. Transport, place-making and public health policies all have their place in this open dialogue.
If you missed the launch event on 23rd September, it is now available to watch here.