Plans for a new riverside park and travel routes along the Clyde are going on show for people to give their views.

As part of a development proposal for the Govan Graving Docks site a community park is included with new homes and a visitor centre.

The site has been derelict for decades but is finally set for regeneration which will also bring back ship repair to the dock.

A public consultation, where people can put forward ideas, is the next step after plans were revealed last year.

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The plans will be on view with workshops at the Riverside Hall on May 25 at 2.30pm to 4.30pm and at the Pearce Institute from 5.30pm to 7.30pm.

The active travel plan will propose a route from east to west on the large site linking along the riverfront from Govan to the science centre.

A second public exhibition on August 24 will be held at the same venues and will allow the local community to view informed design proposals drawn up by the project team.

Deirdre Gaughan, chairperson of Central Govan Action Plan (CGAP), said: “This is an exciting time for Govan with projects like the redevelopment of Water Row and construction of the new bridge across the Clyde due for completion within the next year.

“We’ve waited a long time but we are now seeing some positive change.

“It’s important that we keep moving forward and there would be no better way to do that than to deliver the regeneration of Govan Graving Docks which has been a priority for decades.”

The Graving Docks and surrounding land is one of the largest remaining undeveloped sites along the riverside.

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Harry O’Donnell, Chairman of New City Vision, said: “The riverside park and active travel routes are critical components in our vision for the docks as a thriving hub of activity for the community and city.

“The riverside park will provide a new green space for people to enjoy, while the active travel route from east to west will vastly improve accessibility on the riverside.”