Generally, one would expect that the business gets its product right before embarking on a marketing campaign.
In support of the marketing initiative I would suggest more attention is paid to safety and security in the city centre and that the aggressive and anti-social types who hang about the city centre are excluded from the area.
Bill Love, Glasgow
ACROSS the world, Oxfam supports communities who want to take over ownership of their land.
We do that because we believe land is an important asset that local people can use to create services and sources of income for themselves.
In Scotland, we support the Beith Community Development Trust, which has developed new sporting facilities in partnership with North Ayrshire Council and is now looking to take over ownership of the site.
As your February 28 article 'It's time to transform this urban wasteland' showed, there is lots of derelict and under-used land in Scotland communities could put to better use.
The Scottish Government and local councils, such as Glasgow, can do a lot more to make it easier for communities to take ownership of the land.
The benefits could be enormous.
Judith Robertson, Head of Oxfam Scotland, Glasgow
I SEE doctors are to hold a ballot for strike action because they are not happy with the possible change to their pensions.
Are these the same doctors who work only Monday-Friday 9am-6pm every week?
They are costing the UK millions of pounds in locum doctors every year.
GPs were given a major rise a few years ago and yet they now work fewer hours.
They are on nearly £100,000 a year plus perks (extra payments for giving the flu jab and signing forms and medicals, which I thought would come under their job description).
I wish I had got paid extra for doing my job.