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Clarkston Town Centre

photo showing Clarkston town centre

A community engagement event was held in September 2016 to commence the process of regeneration of Clarkston town centre. This process was undertaken to encourage the local business community and local residents to work with the council on a project entitled 'Clarkston, Your Town'. The council has now published the final report of that Clarkston community engagement process and this is available below.

The process undertaken involved the public, local professionals and stakeholders working together with a specialised team led by Aecom, with Nick Wright Planning and Willie Miller Urban Design to generate ideas in response to a work undertaken by the council to consider all our town centres. The council will look forward to the continuing engagement with the community of Clarkston to effect transformational change.

The pdf icon town centre audit [952kb] undertaken by Scotland's Towns Partnership provided a baseline for the work.


Clarkston Town Centre Improvements

The Council is in the process of a series of improvement works in the town centre. The works are aimed at creating a more pedestrian friendly environment and are the start of a process of regeneration within the town centre. Clear pedestrian routes across the Clarkston Car Park to/from the Library and Halls have been introduced as well as the creation of a more attractive and pedestrian priority treatment at the railway station entrance and landscaping improvements to Clarkston toll roundabout.

Further information can be viewed online on the Clarkston: Your Town Facebook page


Improving walking and cycling in and around Clarkston

The Clarkston - Stamperland - Busby Active Travel Network Delivery Plan responds to local priorities to improve walking and cycling provision. The plan outlines key short and long term actions that may be considered so that walking and cycling for shorter, everyday journeys is the natural choices for residents and visitors.



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