Introduce Option 7 & restore George Square to its former grassy glory!
  • Petitioned Glasgow City Council

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Leader of Glasgow City Council
Glasgow City Council

Introduce Option 7 & restore George Square to its former grassy glory!

    1. Judy Ferguson
    2. Petition by

      Judy Ferguson

      Glasgow, United Kingdom

Glasgow City Council are planning to spend £15million on redesigning the square. The 6 designs seem to be hugely unpopular with Glaswegians and there has been no real consultation with Glasgow residents as to what they would like. I believe that Option 7 is preferred by the majority of residents and hope this petition will encourage the council to think again.

To:
Glasgow City Council, Leader of Glasgow City Council
Introduce Option 7 & restore George Square to its former grassy glory!

Sincerely,
[Your name]

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    • Grace Addelston THORNTON, ENGLAND, UNITED KINGDOM, UNITED KINGDOM
      • 10 months ago

      I visit George Square often when I come home to Glasgow and I cannot imagine it any other way, it is so beautiful with gardens, why would you change it. I am sure the money would be better spent on other projects in the town.

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    • Bill Sang WINDERMERE, UNITED KINGDOM
      • 11 months ago

      I am a Glasweigan, proud of a great city. It should respect its heritage and the qualities of its architecture

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    • Clare Rice SEDBERGH, UNITED KINGDOM
      • 11 months ago

      George Square is a very special Glasgow landmark - it should be preserved, not spoiled with the proposed alterations! They are not in keeping with Glasgow 's character!

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    • kathleen elliott GLASGOW, UNITED KINGDOM
      • 12 months ago

      I feel the space was better used & had more a visual impact, now it's very dull and only used it seems for xmas

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    • Katy Prior GLASGOW, UNITED KINGDOM
      • 12 months ago

      Because we have no other free central area in the city for citizens and tourists to sit and take in the surroundings. It was lovely to sit on the grass on sunny days, and has been ruined since.

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