Kilsyth Town Centre

Draft Kilsyth and The Kelvin Valley Framework & Action Plan Consultation

Kilsyth TC

Ironside Farrar has prepared the pdf icon Draft Kilsyth and Kelvin Valley Framework & Action Plan [3Mb]. The Plan seeks to set out the priorities and actions that can support Kilsyth as a key settlement within the Kelvin Valley and help to advance local and area based project initiatives and help to set priorities for action.

This is your final opportunity to read, consider and respond to the draft document before the Framework & Action Plan is finalised.

This Consultation runs from 25 September 2017 until 4.45pm on Monday 6 November 2017 .

Please complete the pdf icon feedback questionnaire [374kb] to enable your comments and responses to be taken into account. 

You can return to us by:
• Completing and leaving your questionnaire at Kilsyth Library
• Email your responses: mail@ironsidefarrar.com with subject line 'Kilsyth Consultation'
• Printing a copy of the questionnaire then it to us at:
Kilsyth & Kelvin Valley Consultation
Ironside Farrar
111 McDonald Rd
Edinburgh
EH7 4NW

For further information please contact Ironside Farrar at mail@ironsidefarrar.com or 0131 5506500.

Historic Kilsyth

Kilsyth is an historic town with a town centre that offers a range of traditional family owned businesses, these include butchers, a fishmonger, bakers and general stores.

This reflects its status as a historic market town and Conservation Area. The nearby Burngreen Park and Recreation Ground provides children's play facilities and is adjacent to the local library and community hall.

Kilsyth is located within the Kelvin Valley and is a gateway into the wider Campsies area. This offers a range of outdoor activities, pdf icon tourist attractions [8Mb] and points of natural and historical interest.

Local points of interest include the , Dumbreck Marsh Local Nature ReserveAntonine Wall and the Forth and Clyde Canal.

We are currently developing a Town Centre Framework for Kilsyth.

The Frameworks are supported by a Scottish Government commissioned review of the wider role and function of Town Centres with actions to tackle common issues and help deliver positive actions at a local level.

Kelvin Valley Action Plan Review

The Kelvin Valley Action Plan was produced in 2003 and sets out a 10 year vision for renewal of those parts of the valley located within North Lanarkshire. It is now timely to review the plan and prepare an updated plan which takes into account the remaining challenges and new opportunities for the area.

We are taking an inclusive partnership approach to review of the pdf icon Kelvin Valley Action Plan [2Mb]Feedback from surveys with local residents and businesses in Kilsyth and from local groups is helping us to prepare an updated Action Plan for the Kelvin Valley.

Noticeboard

Improvements to signage and interpretation, parking and pedestrian access were completed in 2012, you can see pdf icon before and after pictures [1Mb] of the work.

Town Centre Activities

In addition to the work we do, Town Centre Activities (TCA) provides CCTV monitoring and other safety services. It also promotes events and provides business support to North Lanarkshire town centre businesses.

North Lanarkshire Properties

If you are thinking of opening a new business or relocating an existing one within Kilsyth town centre, then North Lanarkshire properties may have retail and office space to suit your needs.

Please contact us if you have any questions. For more information, see 'related pages', 'download' and 'other useful websites'.

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