Physically reconnecting the city with the docks, active travel links across the site are proposed to vastly improve accessibility along the southern riverside.

In early 2023 Glasgow City Council was awarded funding from Sustrans under their Places for Everyone Scheme, to design an active route from the east to the west of the site.

To ensure that these crucial connectivity links meet the needs of the community and allow the docks to become an easy to access attraction for the local community and those further afield, we are hosting co-design workshops with Central Govan Action Plan (CGAP) to allow the community to make their suggestions.

The Proposals

Consultation boards from our first workshop session can be viewed here.

Tell us your views by filling out the feedback form below.

Active Travel Route: Feedback

If you require any further information, or if you have any questions, please contact Eamonn Campbell on 0141 287 8646 or at eamonn.campbell@glasgow.gov.uk


To ensure that our vision for the Docks, as a thriving hub of activity for the community and city comes to fruition, input into the design proposals from the local community is essential.

Over the summer of 2023, we will be hosting a series of drop-in workshops for members of the public to inform the design proposals.

The first stage of this will allow members of the public to leave their feedback and suggestions with the project team, while the second will allow those interest to view informed proposals by the initial round of engagement.

In-person drop in events will be held on:

Thursday 25 May:

  • 14:30 – 16:30 – The Riverside Hall (29-31 Clydebrae St, Govan, Glasgow G51 2AJ)
  • 17:30 – 19:30 – The Pearce Institute (840-860 Govan Rd, Govan, Glasgow G51 3UU)

A second event will take place in early autumn.

The opportunity to submit feedback will remain open until Friday 30 June and Saturday 30 September respectively.