The next step in the Avenues project has been unveiled with the public being asked for their say.

It comes as the final work is completed on Sauchiehall Avenue, a plan to make the city centre more accessible, consultation on the next phase begins on Tuesday.

The public will be able to have their say on the plans for Renfrew Street, Killermont Street and North Hanover Street on Tuesday, July 23 and Wednesday, July 24 which form part of the ongoing Avenues Project.

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An on-street consultation will take place at Concert Square in front of the bus station, Renfrew Street at the Conservatoire and George Square from 10am until 4pm.

Money for the Avenues, which is the biggest active travel project in the UK, is allocated through the £115 million of Glasgow City Region City Deal funding.

The integrated network of continuous pedestrian and cycle routes aims to transform the city centre’s streetscape and public realm, making it more "people-friendly", more attractive, greener, more sustainable and more economically competitive.

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Councillor Susan Aitken, chair of the Glasgow City Region Cabinet, said: “The Avenues project is the biggest re-imaging and re-modelling of our city centre streets since the pedestrianisation of Buchanan Street in the 1970s.

“Over 40 years it remains the jewel in our city centre crown, one of the most successful thoroughfares in the UK and cherished by Glaswegians and visitors alike.”

Stakeholder briefings will also be held in August for local politicians, the city centre strategy board, educational institutions, community councils, local businesses and other public bodies.

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Ms Aitken continued: “It’s now time for many of our other key streets to catch up and the Avenues is a generational opportunity to now give a truly European city like Glasgow the centre it deserves, one which will deliver on our carbon neutral targets and meet the challenges of the changing high street.

“Everyone wants healthier and wealthier, people-friendly and attractive streets.

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"The Avenues will  help the city centre reach its economic potential by attracting more people to visit, live, and invest there – so help make this project develop the way you want it to by giving us your views on this transformational project and what you want from it.”

Stakeholders are also encouraged to attend a drop-in event will at the Novotel on Wednesday, July 24 to discuss these proposals in more detail.

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Both online consultation surveys which close on Sunday, August 18 follow a similar exercise for other future Avenues, including Argyle Street, Trongate and Dixon Street (Summer 2018) and Sauchiehall Street precinct, Cambridge Street and New City Road (aka ‘The Underline) last autumn.

Design and construction work on the Avenues is being phased up to 2024. Construction work began with the Sauchiehall Street “pilot” project, Sauchiehall Avenue, in 2018.