Flourishing Molendinar

We are seeking views on a proposed project to make it safer and easier for people to walk, cycle and wheel in the North East of Glasgow.


About the Project

St. Paul's Youth Forum has  been awarded a grant by the charity Sustrans to make it safer and easier for people to walk, cycle and wheel in the North East of Glasgow. 

To make it easier and more pleasant for people to walk, cycle and wheel, we propose to make some changes to street layouts and regulations such as building continuous pavements, creating segregated cycleways and adding planters to streets.

The project is in its initial stages and nothing is 'set in stone' yet. For now, the project is limited to the area shown on the map. We aim to extend the project all the way into the city centre, where it would connect to other projects such as the Avenues. We would like to hear from as many people as possible to gather ideas, get feedback and address any concerns. 


Add to the Conversation

We want to hear from as many people as possible. 

There are several ways you can let us know what you think. 

You can pick the one you prefer or all of them - it's up to you! :)

1) Fill in the         

Online Survey

2) Attend an online consultation

5) Contribute to our Commonplace Map

4) Drop us a


3) Talk to us in person at one of our stalls

(when we can)


Possible Ideas

Below is an outline of the ideas we have to create healthier and greener neighbourhoods. Please let us know your thoughts about them.

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Install shelters and seats at all bus stops

Reasons for Change

We want safer streets

Over 50 traffic accidents have been recorded in our neighbourhoods in the last 10 years and 100 accidents over the last 20 years.

Reasons behind ideas

We want everyone to be able to walk, cycle and wheel around our neighbourhoods in a safe and enjoyable way. 

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