Across Dennistoun and the east end, streets and backcourts are in no fit state to live in. When world leaders some to Glasgow for COP26, will they see how Glasgow City Council have left the city?
Glasgow's cleansing services are severely underfunded and every passing year brings new cuts. Overflowing bins, rampant flytipping and a booming rat population are now common sights across Scotlands biggest city. Residents and cleansing workers alike face unsanitary and even hazardous conditions in their streets and backcourts. When pressed for answers on the city's waste crisis, council leader Susan Aitken responded that Glasgow merely has ‘problematic patches’ which need a ‘spruce up’ in advance of COP26.
Residents and cleansing workers are uniting to say enough is enough.
Join the Dennistoun branch to plan an action to fight for investment in Glasgow's services
Thursday 14th October, 5.30-7pm- Glasgow Womens Library (G40 1BP)
Any access needs, contact Jack (details below).
- October 14, 2021 at 5:30pm – 7pm
- Glasgow Women's Library
- 12 people are going