The Glasgow Clyde Valley Green Network Partnership and Clyde Waterfront Partnership have launched a new Green Network Vision for the Clyde. The Clyde Waterfront Green Network Strategy will guide future policy development and investment creating connections, maximizing recreational opportunities and assisting in the regeneration of this once bustling industrial area.
A range of projects will define ‘key nodes’ through which Green Network ambitions come alive, the proposed Kelvin Valley Park is one of 12 such projects. This project, together with one in West Dunbartonshire and one in Renfrewshire, will be taken forward in the next six months following a successful funding bid for £60,000 from the Central Scotland Green Network Development Fund.
For more information visit the Clyde Waterfront website.