Thank you for all your feedback to the consultation on initial ideas for the town centre masterplan and Alexandria 2030 vision that took place in May and June 2021.
You can see the consultation ideas and people's responses on the Town Centre and 2030 Vision pages. If you would like to see all of people's consultation responses in one place, please click on this link.
The Town Centre Masterplan has now been prepared and will be considered by the Council's Infrastructure, Regeneration & Economic Development Committee on 15 September 2021. You can see the Masterplan and related Committee Report by clicking on this link then go to Item 10 on the agenda.
Check out What's next to see what will happen next.
Your priorities for the town as a whole!
Alexandria Community Action Network (ACAN) was set up in early 2021 to turn Alexandria residents’ priorities into action. ACAN follows on from Alexandria Neighbourhood Action (ANA) that was formed in 2019 in response to the Place Standard survey referred to on the About page.
Any local community organisation or member of the local community can join ACAN. Current members include Bonhill Community Garden, Central Alexandria Tenants and Residents Association, Christie Park Friends, Leamy Foundation, Tullichewan Residents Association and a number of local residents. If you would like to join, let us know using the contact form at the bottom of this page.
ACAN have an ambitious vision for Alexandria in 2030, which is outlined on this page. We want to work with the Council and other potential partners to realise this vision by:
- Preparing a community-led action plan for the whole town which sets out a vision for Alexandria 2030 and actions by the community, the Council and others. This webpage is the start of that process, which we will continue later this year with more in-depth community consultation.
- Supporting local community organisations to deliver their own activities for the benefit of the local community.
A vibrant green place established as a significant hub of enterprise, participation and heritage.
Availing of its unique locations it offers the connectivity of Glasgow to the tranquillity of Loch Lomond and the Trossachs.
A place of significant spirit and activity providing a place to explore for residents and visitors.
Five themes and supporting actions have emerged from community consultations in recent years. They are shown below. If you click on each action, you’ll see examples.
May-June 2021 consultation responses
We asked people what they thought the community’s priorities should be in the future, to help flesh out a draft community-led action plan for Alexandria 2030.
Five themes were suggested, each with three potential priorities – so, 15 potential priorities in total. We asked people to pick three priorities. The numbers in the table below show how many people picked each potential priority.
Below you can see some of the comments people left for the 2030 Vision. You can read them all in Consulatation Report.