I hope there will be a strong community and residents group presence here, as chairwoman, Jean Charsley states, because already it looks to be top-heavy with factoring agencies who can only have their owninterests at heart.
The opinions of owners, residents and tenants have to be taken into consideration when investigating any problems.
And any commission needs to have power of sanction to bring any difficulties that are highlighted to a head.
Otherwise factors will continue to self-govern, and a toothless commission will be a failure.
Path to failure
Glasgow's Buchanan Street has lovely paving stones.
However, has the council ever thought of fixing up the city's other pavements?
The one which runs down Renfield Street, close to BHS is a hotchpotch of different colours, textures and cements.
I've seen better paths in Third World countries.
£3.3m well spent
AS a resident of Glasgow's Shawlands, I am extremely happy that the city council is to spend £3.3million getting the area back on its feet.
Shawlands has a great community feel but as it's been neglected for so long, the people staying here have been let down.
The council owes it to us to make it a safer and thriving place instead of ploughing all their money into the City Centre and West End.
Let's just hope that it delivers - and that it does it sooner rather than later.
THE council opposes the closure of a Glasgow lane where antisocial behaviour occurs.
The same council ensured Paddy's Market lane closed, leading to a marked improvement.
Come on, council, get your act together and back communities - if gating works support it.