Govan Docks Consultation Report

Our Govan Voices consultation report is availalble as a PDF or hardcopy. You can access the PDF download here. Please contact us if you would like a print version. Copies are also available to collect from the following locations: Riverside Hall, Clydebrae Street Pearce Institute Elderpark Library Riverside Museum Tall Ship at the Riverside CafeContinue reading “Govan Docks Consultation Report”

Govan Graving Docks Consultation Report

Many thanks to those who came along to our event at the Riverside Hall in Govan on Saturday, despite the weather, to see the findings of our graving docks consultation. We have plenty copies of the report so please get in touch if you would like a box and can help to distribute. We willContinue reading “Govan Graving Docks Consultation Report”

Govan Graving Docks Consultation Results

We are holding a drop-in open afternoon, at the Riverside Hall in Govan, to share the findings of our Govan Voices consultation project. The National Lottery Community Fund funded consultation ran for a year from October 2018, documenting the views of the community about the iconic dry dock site and how its future should beContinue reading “Govan Graving Docks Consultation Results”

Volunteer Opportunity: Treasurer / Finance Officer

Govan Docks Regeneration Trust (SCIO) are seeking applications for a volunteer treasurer / finance officer to oversee the organisation’s finances as well as to support funding applications / fundraising and development of business plans. The Charity has just completed a consultation with the local community about the future of Govan’s historic A-listed dry docks. TheContinue reading “Volunteer Opportunity: Treasurer / Finance Officer”

Could You Help to Shape Govan’s Future?

Govan Docks Regeneration Trust, SCIO is seeking applications for new Trustee appointments to guide the organisation through the next exciting stages of development. Local residents in the G51/G52 area are particularly welcome as the Trust seeks to deliver community consultation and engagement around the potential future for the iconic, A listed Govan Graving Docks. IndividualsContinue reading “Could You Help to Shape Govan’s Future?”

Festive Greetings From Govan Docks Regeneration Trust

We’d like to wish all our followers and supporters a merry and enjoyable festive season. 120 years since the opening of No. 3 dry dock, 2018 has certainly been a significant year for Govan’s historic graving docks. We’ve seen proposals announced to bring the docks back into use as a working ship repair yard andContinue reading “Festive Greetings From Govan Docks Regeneration Trust”

We Are Seeking Applications for New Board Members

Could you help shape the future of one of the most significant industrial heritage sites in the World? The A-listed Govan Graving Docks in Glasgow have been derelict and overgrown for 30 years and have spent most of that time land-banked by property speculators. In August 2018 Glasgow City Council decisively refused planning consent forContinue reading “We Are Seeking Applications for New Board Members”

Govan Graving Docks: Where Do Your Councillors Stand?

Originally posted on CDPI Blog:
As reported in the Evening Times (Super-yachts and river taxis could be set for the Clyde, Wed 24th April 2018), it is extremely disappointing to see the SNP councillors in Govan nailing their colours to New City Vision’s mast. Ferguson Marine are putting forward a golden opportunity for skilled jobs,…

Why Oppose Housing Plans – Surely We Need New Housing?

A small number of people have questioned the reasons behind the campaign and why we are challenging plans for housing development at Govan Graving Docks. Surely we need new and especially affordable housing? Yes we agree that new housing is always needed but there are other disused sites not far from Govan Graving Docks thatContinue reading “Why Oppose Housing Plans – Surely We Need New Housing?”