Glasgow City Council will be holding a number of consultation events so you can learn more about the environmental impact of the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games, what their doing to make it a ‘green’ games and allow you the opportunity to ask any questions you may have. Below is information provided by Glasgow City Council:

Community consultation events

To help us achieve a strong environmental legacy from the Games and importantly, one that has the backing and support of Glasgow’s citizens, we need your help. We are holding community consultation events across Glasgow to present the SEA to you, and to provide you with an opportunity to highlight the environmental issues of importance to you and your community. We would greatly value your input into this as your comments and suggestions will help us to shape the Games’ environmental legacy and prioritise which SEA recommendations will be taken forward. These sessions will be focussed on environmental issues only, other issues have already been considered through the Health Impact Assessment, Transport Strategic Plan and similar studies.

Consultation events will be held at:

1800–2000hrs on Tuesday 30 November 2010
Tollcross Youth Centre, 1120 Tollcross Road Tollcross G32 8HE

1800-2000hrs on Thursday 2 December 2010
Molendinar Community Centre, 1210 Royston Road Glasgow G33 1HE

2000-2130hrs on Tuesday 7 December 2010
Langside Hall, 5 Langside Avenue Glasgow G41 2QR       CANCELLED DUE TO BAD WEATHER – TO BE RESCHEDULED

1800-2000hrs on Thursday 9 December 2010
Castlemilk Community Centre, 121 Castlemilk Dr G45 9UG


1700-1930hrs on Tuesday 14 December 2010
Partick Burgh Hall, 3-9a Burgh Hall Street

Your input will be of great help and we hope that you can make it along to one of our events. Please come ready to chat with us about how you think the Games can help to improve your community’s environment. You can find further information on the SEA at the Glasgow Consult web page which includes a link to the various SEA reports and advice on how to respond to the more formal consultation which is being undertaken in parallel with the community events. This will be going live on the 17th November 2010 which is the formal commencement date of Statutory Consultation as required by the Environmental Assessment (Scotland) Act 2005. The SEA Environmental Report ‘Non-Technical Summary’ is attached to provide you with more information on the Games and the SEA.

2014 Commonwealth Games SEA Non Technical Summary