The GCV Green Network Partnership
The GCV Green Network Partnership was formed in June 2007. The Partnership brings together the eight regional authorities as well as Forestry Commission Scotland, the Scottish Environmental Protection Agency, Scottish Enterprise, Scottish Natural Heritage and the Glasgow Centre for Population Health.
Benefits delivered through development of the GCV Green Network will help local authorities deliver on a range of strategic documents. These include Single Outcome Agreements, Open Space Strategies, Local Biodiversity Action Plans and Access Strategies.
Each partner is represented at senior officer level on the Partnership Board. The Chair of the Partnership Board is the Clydeplan Manager.
Other Key Partners
The principal role of the GCVSDPA is to prepare and maintain an up to date Strategic Development Plan (SDP) for the Glasgow and the Clyde Valley city region. This process involves engagement through joint working and consultation with a number of key stakeholder organisations and the wider community.
The Central Scotland Green Network (CSGN) will change the face of Central Scotland, by restoring and transforming the landscape of an area stretching from Ayrshire and Inverclyde in the west, to Fife and the Lothians in the east.
Over the next three years Climate Ready Clyde aims to provide a strategic approach to getting the Glasgow City Region climate ready to ensure it continues to thrive long into the future. Climate Ready Clyde is getting the region ready for the impacts of climate change.