Lead Partner: Glasgow City Council
Other Partners: Scottish Environment Protection Agency, Scottish Water, Scottish Enterprise
David HayGlasgow City Council email@example.com
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The Glasgow Strategic Drainage Plan (GSDP) is being undertaken
in recognition of the need for an integrated sustainable approach
to sewerage and drainage masterplanning for the city. The
objectives of the GSDP are:
• Removal of development constraints
• Flood risk reduction
• Water quality improvement
• Watercourse habitat improvement
• Integrated and optimised investment
The GSDP is being promoted and guided by a steering group
comprising Scottish Water, Glasgow City Council, the Scottish
Environment Protection Agency and Scottish Enterprise.
Glasgow City Council chairs the group.
Continuous for foreseeable future.
Clyde Waterfront is a strategic partnership comprising the
Scottish Government, Scottish Enterprise, Glasgow City,
Renfrewshire and West Dunbartonshire Councils. Its purpose is
to promote the economic, social and environmental regeneration of
13 miles of the River Clyde from Glasgow city centre to