Attached below is the proposals, produced by Advance Construction (Scotland) Ltd. for developing the Braidbar Quarry/Huntly Park.
Advance Construction Scotland Presentation (c)
Also attached are the council papers for the meeting on 31st October, which contain the proposal to work with Advance Construction Scotland to produce a report on remediating the quarry (see Pages 99-102)
Council Papers for meeting 31st October
The community council has received information that SPT are about to close down the 375 bus route, which runs from Spiersbridge via, Rouken Glen Road, Rowallan Road, Robslee Road, Orchard Park Avenue, Orchard drive, Fenwick Road, Eastoodmains Road and on to Clarkston and Netherlee.
This is an important service for accessing the new Health Centre on Eastwoodmains Road. If it is withdrawn it can make it very difficult for many Giffnock residents to access the health centre unless they have their own transport, or use taxis.
If Giffnock residents wish this service to be retained then use the undernoted link to contact SPT and tell them how important this service is.
The current (temporary timetable for this service can also be viewed at:-
See also the following link:-
At the community council meeting on Monday 19th September, it was reported that over 1500 questionnaire forms had been completed.
Over 80% of respondents support the community council in bidding for a community centre/hub in Giffnock.
As a result, a formal request has been submitted to East Renfrewshire Council to fund a feasibility study, looking at options for creating a community hub. The three councillors present at the meeting indicated their support for the feasibility study.