The Clyde Waterfront is a nationally important urban renewal project stretching both sides of the Clyde from Clydebank to the City Centre.
It aims to transform the River Clyde Corridor over the next 20 years making it a place where people will want to live and work and where businesses will locate and grow.
Critical to the success of the Clyde Waterfront is early integration of the Green Network into development and regeneration plans. The River Clyde Corridor forms the ‘backbone’ of the Glasgow & Clyde Valley (GCV) Green Network and it is therefore critical that it is of a high quality and functions well.
In 2006 the Clyde Waterfront Partnership, Forestry Commission Scotland and Scottish Natural Heritage commissioned a Green Network Strategy for the Clyde Waterfront area which identified actions to improve public access and habitat connectivity.
In 2010, the Partnership undertook a review of the original Strategy to respond to new policy initiatives and ensure the Strategy was still relevant. The review prioritised a number of projects in the short term which were seen as key to delivering the Green Network Vision for the Clyde Waterfront.
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