Don't you think there are too many coffee shops and eateries in Glasgow?
There are outdoor eateries in Buchanan Street, Sauchiehall Street, St Enoch Square, John Street, Royal Exchange Square, and many more.
These eateries are taking over Glasgow city centre and giving pedestrians less and less room to walk. The council is correct in refusing another coffee shop to be set up in Glasgow.
If the tourists are looking for a good coffee shop, then I am sure they will be able to make a choice from the many eating establishments already in place.
The council should, in fact, be taking steps to reduce the amount already taking up space meant for pedestrians.
In reply to your correspondent's letter on Wednesday regarding the roundabout on Dumbreck Road, it is there to improve access for residents and to deter traffic from using Dumbreck Road to access Ibrox Stadium.
The Seaward Street Loop is the route he should take for his journey as this is why it was built.
As he resides in Busby, he does not pay council tax in Glasgow. The traffic reduction scheme in Dumbreck Road has been designed to benefit Dumbreck residents who do.
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I would like to compliment Bill Love's Monday letter and urge Glasgow City Council scrutiny committee to adopt a common sense approach on fixing easy-win fixes.
Firstly, starting with the traffic ticket and litter warden problem, giving the city an army to generate income.
I would then suggest it looks at City Property and see where losses are being made.
Doors Open Day
I agree with the letter on Doors Open Day (Tuesday).
I'm heartbroken I didn't get a ticket for the Central Station Tour. ScotRail, please start tours.