Public Consultation on National Litter and Flytipping Strategy for Scotland Launches

The Scottish Government public consultation on litter and flytipping in Scotland, supported by Zero Waste Scotland, the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) and Keep Scotland Beautiful, has launched today.   

The 15-week public consultation will seek the views of stakeholders and the wider public on the aims and objectives that will form the National Litter and Flytipping Strategy for Scotland, due to launch in 2022.

This is an important opportunity for everyone to have their say and input into the proposed strategy.     

Consultation closes 31st March 2022

Public engagement on the future design of George Square and avenues

A four-week public engagement process on the future design of George Square – Glasgow’s principal civic, ceremonial and cultural space – and the surrounding Avenues began on 11 February.

The online engagement will consider the design of Block C of Glasgow City Council’s ambitious Avenues Programme – funded by the Glasgow City Region City Deal – comprising George Square and approximately 2.5km of the surrounding streetscape.

Those interested in taking part in the engagement, or looking for more information, should go to: