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Seven Lochs Wetland Park

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Realising the Vision

The Wetland Park vision and masterplan has been enthusiastically received. It will be a flagship site within the Central Scotland Green Network, and the Partnership will continue to work with others to achieve the vision and implement the masterplan.
We now need to develop effective and efficient ways of working, utilize existing skills and resources, co-ordinate action, and secure new resources and direct these to where they can add most value.

Delivering the masterplan is one measure of success, but the real success will be measured by what the Wetland Park delivers for communities living in and around it. The park is adjacent to some of Scotland's most deprived communities. Its creation and management must support on-going social and economic regeneration, delivering a more attractive place to live and improving people's quality of life.

Key elements of achieving this are:

  • Effective governance and structures
  • Partnership working
  • Funding and resources
  • Delivering socio-economic benefits
  • Community engagement

About our Partners

The GCV Green Network Partnership was formed in June 2007, and brings together the region’s eight local authorities as well as Forestry Commission Scotland, the Scottish Environmental Protection Agency (SEPA), Scottish Enterprise, Scottish Natural Heritage and the Glasgow Centre for Population Health. Each partner is represented at senior level on the Partnership Board.

Need to know more?

t: 0141 229 7746e: enquiries@gcvgreennetwork.gov.ukGCV Green Network Partnership, 125 Regent Street, Glasgow, G2 2SA

  • North Lanarkshire Council

  • wdc

    West Dunbartonshire Council

  • Glasgow City Council

  • South Lanarkshire Council

  • Scottish Natural Heritage

  • Glasgow Centre of Population Health

  • Renfrewshire Council

  • East Renfrewshire Council

  • Inverclyde Council

  • Forestry Commision

  • Scottish Enterprise

  • East Dunbartonshire Council

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    Scottish Environment Protection Agency

  • Clydeplan