ARTICLE: Glasgow Summer Sessions hailed a success by community around Bellahouston Park

Glasgow summer’s sessions has been hailed a success thanks to improved security and logistics at this year’s event.

The outdoor concert took place at Bellahouston Park on Friday and Saturday attracting thousands of revellers to the city’s South Side to see headliners Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds and Biffy Clyro.

Police Scotland said they made just six arrests at Friday’s show including a 24-year-old man who was arrested and detained in connection with culpable and reckless conduct. He is expected to appear at Glasgow Sheriff Court today.

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Summer Sessions: traffic, contacts and updates


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Resident Enquiry Line 0141 280 8144

Tues 16 – Thurs 25 August – 9am to 8pm
Fri 26 August – 8am to 1am
Sat 27 Aug – 8am to 1am
Sunday 28 – Wed 31 August – 9am to 6pm

Resident Enquiry Email

Outwith or if unanswered within 7 rings you can leave a voicemail. Please clearly state name, contact, location and enquiry. Goes to email address and responded to within 15mins while the line is active.

Criminal activity or anti social behaviour should be reported through 101. Please use 999 only in an emergency.

Buses 34 and 124 are diverted on 26th & 27th
0871 200 22 33
I will try get the exact information on these routes.

First Issued: Monday 22 August 2016


In order to accommodate the Summer Sessions, the following restrictions will be put in place


10:00hrs on the 26 August 2016 to 02:00hrs on the 28 August 2016

1. Mosspark Boulevard, between Dumbreck Road and Bellahouston Drive
2. Skene Road, for its entire length.
3. Ardo Gardens, for its entire length.
4. Hinshelwood Drive, between Skene Road and Broomloan Road.

22:30hrs to 00:00 on the 26 August 2016

1. Dumbreck Road, between Nithsdale Road and the Northbound M77 off Ramp to Dumbreck Road

2. M8 off Ramp (Westbound) Junction 23 to Dumbreck Road.

22:30hrs to 00:00 on the 27 August 2016

1. Dumbreck Road, between Nithsdale Road and the Northbound M77 off Ramp to Dumbreck Road

2. M8 off Ramp (Westbound) Junction 23 to Dumbreck Road.


08:00hrs on 26 August 2016 to 23:59hrs on the 27 August 2016

1. Dumbreck Square
2. Dumbreck Avenue
3. Dumbreck Place
4. Torridon Avenue West
5. Fleurs Avenue North
6. Fleurs Avenue South
7. Torridon Avenue East
8. Dargarvel Avenue North
9. Dargarvel Avenue South
10. Melfort Avenue
11. Torridon Avenue North
12. Erskine Avenue
13. Urrdale Road
14. Mosspark Boulevard at Dumbreck Road
15. Mosspark Boulevard at Bellahouston Drive
16. Bellahouston Drive at Mosspark Boulevard
17. Arisaig Drive
18. Alness Crescent
19. Jura Street
20. Dunellan Street
21. Morven Street
22. Barfillan Drive
23. Maryland Drive
24. Lora Drive
25. Corkerhill Place
26. Kirkdale Drive
27. Moness Drive
28. Ladybank Drive
29. Midlock Street
30. Cessnock Street
31. Harley Street
32. Elizabeth Street


16:00hrs on 25 August 2016 to 02:00hrs on 28 August 2016

1. Dumbreck Road, between Paisley Road West and Mosspark Boulevard both sides
2. Nithsdale Road, between Dumbreck Road and Fleurs Avenue both sides
3. Paisley Road West, between Dumbreck Road and Bellahouston Drive both sides
4. Bellahouston Drive, between Paisley Road West and Clunie Road both sides
5. Mosspark Boulevard, between Corkerhill Road and Dumbreck Road both sides


Diversions will be signed on street


DF Concerts – Stewart Arthur – 07795121461
TRAFFCOM Traffic Control Centre – 0141 287 6622
Michael Brady, Land and Environmental Services – 07949271068
Andrew Nicholson, Land and Environmental Services – 07785450237

Article: Parkhead and Ibrox locals ‘should be consulted’ on matchday disruption

Residents living near Ibrox and Parkhead should be consulted on how matches affect their lives, according to a senior Labour councillor.

Alistair Watson believes there should be more consultations on large-scale events, such as Rangers and Celtic Games, with locals.

He admitted some events“can and should” be managed better, and has called for community consultations like that held for Bellahouston Park’s Summer Sessions to be held for all large events in Glasgow.

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Article: More police at Glasgow’s Summer Sessions than at a Rangers game

MORE than 100 police officers, including plain clothes cops, helicopter teams and dog squads, are set to be deployed to help control concert goers at this year’s Summer Sessions.

The details were revealed at a public meeting last night to address residents concerns over event security and logistics.


Article: Residents left with ‘jungles’ in their gardens over council plan to save £500,000

ELDERLY, vulnerable and disabled residents are being left with “jungles” in their back yards due to a council plan to save £500,000.

Glasgow City Council‘s cash-saving plans to review their grass cutting service across the city is causing misery for residents across Pollok, Cardonald and Mosspark.

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