There was total disregard for the residents, - we were issued parking permits so that we could park in our streets. What a joke!
No-one was policing the streets checking on the cars parked without permits.
Some residents are not fortunate enough to have a driveway, so we have to use the street, placing the permit in our car.
The amount of cars without permits, parking over driveways, parking on street corners, was a total nightmare.
It was also shocking to see the amount of young teenagers walking around very, very drunk, using our streets and driveways as public toilets, some just using nearest available car to vomit on as well.
At first I thought using the park for these concerts was a great idea. But if the park was to be used again, I think everyone involved should have a serious re-think and try and come up with something better more organised.
I will so glad once this last concert is over.
Disgruntled resident Mosspark
I WOULD like to thank the people who thought it would be a great idea to hold three concerts within a week at Bellahouston Park on school nights.
I stay within a mile of the park in high-rise flats and the noise is absolutely ridiculous.
I thought the noise from Kings of Leon was loud but the Eminem concert really took the biscuit.
I could actually feel the bass vibrating the windows.
When you complain, they say they cannot do anything.
My seven-year-old daughter could not sleep because of the noise.
Thanks again to the idiot planners,
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I AGREE with Brian Sweeney's view on Gibraltar.
As a frequent visitor to this part of Spain, I see no reason for us to retain a claim to the rock, with its grotty bars. How would we like Spain to govern Skye, Anglesey, or the Isle of Wight?
G Walker Glasgow