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Pre hearing meeting to be held on 11th March at the Royal Concert Hall where Government Reporters Ms Sinéad Lynch and Mr Lance R Guilford will conduct the hearing. Those who made objections to the plan can request the chance to get tickets to attend although these are very limited strangely.

Guess they are intent on forcing this through without  any improvement in public transport or any thought for travelling fans from outside  Glasgow and the west of Scotland.

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5 minutes ago, docspiderman said:

Pre hearing meeting to be held on 11th March at the Royal Concert Hall where Government Reporters Ms Sinéad Lynch and Mr Lance R Guilford will conduct the hearing. Those who made objections to the plan can request the chance to get tickets to attend although these are very limited strangely.

Guess they are intent on forcing this through without  any improvement in public transport or any thought for travelling fans from outside  Glasgow and the west of Scotland.

What exactly are they trying to do?

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2 minutes ago, Redwhiteandblue said:

What exactly are they trying to do?

Ban parking in the streets around the stadium and beyond, basically any residential area  and maybe business premises within 2.5k ? of Edmiston Drive

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THE GLASGOW CITY COUNCIL (IBROX STADIUM) (EVENT DAY EMERGENCY ROUTES AND PARKING ZONE) ORDER 20__

PUBLIC HEARING

We refer to the above proposed order, the representation you have made about the proposed order, and the letter dated 20 December 2018 which was sent to you from the Director of Operations, Neighbourhoods and Sustainability in this regard.

Glasgow City Council has now appointed Ms Sinéad Lynch and Mr Lance R Guilford, reporters from the Scottish Government, to conduct a public hearing and submit a report to the council. The council has also established a dedicated Programme Officer Team to assist with the organisation of the hearing.

Participation in the hearing

The reporters have decided that since it is now over a year since the above letter was sent to you, we should write again in order to confirm those who wish to participate in the hearing. We are providing more information to help you decide.

If you decide not to participate in the hearing, your representation will be considered on the basis of your original written submission, although you may submit a further written submission in support of your representation within the next 28 days if you wish to do so. It is also important to note that all representations proceeding by written submission will have the same weight as those examined at the hearing.

Therefore, whether or not you responded to the above letter, please advise us within the next 14 days if you wish to participate in the hearing.

Pre-hearing meeting

Given the complex nature of this order and the significant number of representations that have been made, the reporters have decided that a pre-hearing meeting for hearing participants is necessary. This meeting will be held in public and will discuss the procedures relating to the hearing. However, there will be no discussion about the merits or otherwise of the order at this meeting.

The meeting will take place as follows:

7pm on Wednesday 11th March 2020 in the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall (Exhibition Hall), 19 Killermont Street, Glasgow, G2 3NX

The reporters hope that most hearing participants will attend the pre-hearing meeting, in order to ensure as far as possible that the arrangements for the hearing take everyone’s interest into account.

We enclose an agenda, together with an explanatory note which provides detailed information about the matters to be discussed. Please read this information to help you prepare for the meeting.

However, the reporters recognise that some people may have prior engagements or other reasons why they cannot attend the pre-hearing meeting, and being unable to attend the pre-hearing meeting does not preclude participation in the hearing. It is suggested that people who cannot attend the meeting may wish to contact another person (or organisation) who will be attending in order to represent their interests. There is more on this contained in the explanatory note attached to the agenda.

In any event, anyone who cannot attend the meeting may comment on the matters contained in the agenda before the date of the pre-hearing meeting. Furthermore, a note of matters agreed at the pre-hearing meeting will be uploaded to the website after the meeting, and comments on what is contained in the note of matters may be made within 14 days of that note being uploaded to the web. All such comments will be taken into account in making the arrangements for the hearing.

Please advise us within the next 14 days if you wish to attend the pre-hearing meeting in addition to participating in the hearing. Please also inform us if you intend to be represented (providing the details of any such representation) and advise whether any special access or other arrangements are required to enable attendance at the meeting.

if you wish to attend the pre-hearing meeting in addition to participating in the hearing. Please also inform us if you intend to be represented (providing the details of any such representation) and advise whether any special access or other arrangements are required to enable attendance at the meeting.

Owing to the limited capacity within the venue (200 places) an entrance ticket will be provided to those who have made representations about the order and wish to attend the pre-hearing meeting.

You can register for a ticket using the following link:-

 

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/ibrox-stadium-traffic-regulation-order-pre-hearing-meeting-tickets-91762077845

 

Tickets will be available to download from 4pm On Friday 7th February 2020

In the event that there is any difficulty relating to the capacity of the venue and the number of people who wish to attend, you will be advised of any action being taken before the date of the meeting.

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https://www.glasgow.gov.uk/article/20479/Ibrox-Stadium

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1 minute ago, docspiderman said:

Ban parking in the streets around the stadium and beyond, basically any residential area  and maybe business premises within 2.5k ? of Edmiston Drive

Fucking joke. Even if they do do that, how will they enforce it?  I usually park on Helen Street, in the TRS Refrigeration car park which is obviously privately owned ground.  So how could they stop that?

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9 minutes ago, Redwhiteandblue said:

Fucking joke. Even if they do do that, how will they enforce it?  I usually park on Helen Street, in the TRS Refrigeration car park which is obviously privately owned ground.  So how could they stop that?

They spoke about giving anyone that needs to be there stickers for their cars, So employees would have a sticker any car without one after kick off gets towed. 

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5 minutes ago, docspiderman said:

THE GLASGOW CITY COUNCIL (IBROX STADIUM) (EVENT DAY EMERGENCY ROUTES AND PARKING ZONE) ORDER 20__

PUBLIC HEARING

We refer to the above proposed order, the representation you have made about the proposed order, and the letter dated 20 December 2018 which was sent to you from the Director of Operations, Neighbourhoods and Sustainability in this regard.

Glasgow City Council has now appointed Ms Sinéad Lynch and Mr Lance R Guilford, reporters from the Scottish Government, to conduct a public hearing and submit a report to the council. The council has also established a dedicated Programme Officer Team to assist with the organisation of the hearing.

Participation in the hearing

The reporters have decided that since it is now over a year since the above letter was sent to you, we should write again in order to confirm those who wish to participate in the hearing. We are providing more information to help you decide.

 

We enclose an agenda, together with an explanatory note which provides detailed information about the matters to be discussed. Please read this information to help you prepare for the meeting.  

Do you have this 👆 bit mate?

 

And to everyone else, does the part about the ECHR, is it still Legal? 

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7 minutes ago, Redwhiteandblue said:

Fucking joke. Even if they do do that, how will they enforce it?  I usually park on Helen Street, in the TRS Refrigeration car park which is obviously privately owned ground.  So how could they stop that?

As far as I can remember their excuse was about emergency response vehicles as well as residents concerns. As I understand parking without a special permit will be outlawed   up to the M77 slip on Drumbreck for example.

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2 minutes ago, Courtyard Bear said:

They spoke about giving anyone that needs to be there stickers for their cars, So employees would have a sticker any car without one after kick off gets towed. 

Will need a good few tow trucks. And where the fuck would they tow them too?

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Just now, Redwhiteandblue said:

Will need a good few tow trucks. And where the fuck would they tow them too?

No idea mate, it’s a total shambles once again. Anyone moving into the area knows there is a Stadium, so they are simply moving the problem to somewhere else if there even is a problem. 

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3 minutes ago, Redwhiteandblue said:

That's the obvious answer. But which pound? And will this include buses which usually have a driver sitting in it? 

Yes, all buses will be allowed to drop off then they must leave the area and come back at full time to pick up. 

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thing is Helen St and crossloan road can't be classed as residental, not until you get passed where the tall cranes is so it's just to be a pain rather than any actual reason!

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2 minutes ago, Courtyard Bear said:

Yes, all buses will be allowed to drop off then they must leave the area and come back at full time to pick up. 

That will cause more pollution.  With the way things are going politically world wide in regards to Carbon emissions, that is an insane idea!!

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