Residents are invited to have their say on East Ren Council’s future development plans for the area – including affordable housing, transport links and improving town centres.
Local people can drop into libraries across the area this month and consult with planners about the Main Issues Report (MIR), which aims to shape the area.
Councillor Tony Buchanan, Convener for Infrastructure and Growth, said: “East Renfrewshire Council listens to its residents and we are seeking the views of our community to help us achieve environmental, social and economic benefits for everyone who lives, works, visits and invests in the area.
“Please come along to one of our engagement events and find out more about the MIR and how you can help inform the future of your area.”
A council spokesperson added: “This includes where the new homes we will need should go, how we could meet the needs of a growing elderly population, what infrastructure we need, how we can support our town centres and protect our environment.”
Library dates: Barrhead Library, 3-8pm, Thursday January 12; Clarkston Library, 3-8pm, Monday January 16; Neilston Library, 3-8pm, Tuesday January 17; Mearns Library, 3-8pm, Wednesday January 18; Busby Library, 3-8pm, Tuesday January 24 and Eaglesham Library, 3-8pm, Wednesday 25 January.
The consultation period is running until Wednesday, February 8. Share your views online at www.eastrenfrewshire.gov.uk/ldp2, at your local library, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0141 577 3001. Or write to the council offices at 2 Spiersbridge Way, Spiersbridge Business Park, Thornliebank, G46 8NG.