A campaign to invite Glaswegians and day trippers to Glasgow city centre will begin on Monday 26 April, reminding people that the area is now ready to welcome back visitors to enjoy its wide range of attractions, which so many have missed during lockdown. The LoveGlasgow campaign supports those sectors that are being allowed to open at this time. It will remind people that it is safe to travel to and get around the city centre, while enjoying its fantastic shops, restaurants, bars, and walking trails, as well as its outdoor and creative spaces like parks, gardens, museums and galleries. Local businesses that have been closed during lockdown are ready to open and welcome visitors as the economy reopens and moves towards normality. Businesses are encouraged to take ownership of the campaign by using LoveGlasgow on their own social media channels and a handy industry toolkit has been prepared to help businesses communicate their own welcome messages.
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Proposed improvements to the Halls would see them become fully accessible, with greater flexibility and more useful spaces as well as creating a welcoming entrance space and new meeting spaces to accommodate all user groups — and to allow Langside Halls to fulfil its full potential as an important community and cultural hub. The study is tasked with producing a viable Business Plan and costed design and conservation proposal to enable the Trust to seek the capital funding necessary to refurbish the Halls and realise its vision. Our study will focus on improving circulation and accessibility for all, identifying key building fabric improvements and assessing the functionality of the existing spaces to develop a sustainable plan for the Halls. With Jura Consultants, our aim is to develop a robust strategy that ensures the longevity of this exceptional building as a vital asset for the local community and a hub for cultural events in Glasgow. An integral part of the Feasibility Study will be a community consultation around a range of options, where community organisations and individuals will be able to input to help identify a final, worked up and costed proposal. Its aim is to create a sustainable future for this historic Strathclyde property as a fully refurbished and programmed and community venue-for-hire that meets the needs of all and expands cultural and social provision in Glasgow and the Southside. The building has been closed since April due to the failure of the boiler.
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