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FINAL REPORT, November 2008

Glasgow and Clyde Valley Greenspace mapping review and consolidation Pilot Study East Dunbartonshire Council


Contents CONTENTS 1.0 2.0 3.0 4.0

Background To The Study The Methodology The Results Summary/ Recommendations

LIST OF FIGURES Chapter 1 Figure 1 Figure 2

Background to the Study PAN 65 cover Glasgow and Clyde Valley Green Network Map Typology

Chapter 2 Figure 3 Figure 4 Figure 5 Figure 6 Figure 7 Figure 8

The Methodology Greenspace Review Attribute Fields Unique Site Identifier List Applying a unique site identifier greenspace quality guide cover Network analysis components Analysing population that can access a site

Chapter 3 Figure 9 Figure10 Figures 11-16 Figures 17-22 Figures 23-28 Figures 29-34 Figures 35-40 Figure 41

The Results Open Space Summary Table for East Dunbartonshire East Dunbartonshire Quantitative Audit Settlement Quantitative Audit Maps Access and Quality Assessments Accessibility to Playspaces Accessibility to Local & Neighbourhood Parks Accessibility to Natural/Semi-Natural Sites Comparison Analysis of Langfaulds Park, Bearsden

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1.0 • Background to the Study 1.1 Introduction In 2004, Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH), Forestry Commission Scotland (FCS) and the Glasgow and Clyde Valley Structure Plan Joint Committee (GCVSPJC) carried out a pilot project to map greenspace in the Glasgow and Clyde Valley area. This pilot study involved the development of a consistent methodology for mapping and characterising greenspace which could be adopted across other Scottish local authorities. The methodology that was developed used Aerial Photo Interpretation (API) to classify Ordnance Survey (OS) MasterMap features according to a recognised open space typology. The scope of the study included all settlements in the GCV area with a population greater than 3000 people. For the purpose of the review of East Dunbartonshire some settlements with less than 3000 people have been included. This was to ensure consistency with the East Dunbartonshire local plan settlements and to allow all sites that has already been assessed for quality to be included.

The methodology the steering group developed expanded the nine suggested open space types in PAN 65 to give a more detailed breakdown of open space types within each of the nine original classes. The original pilot methodology also developed a generalised land use classification for all non greenspace areas leading to a complete picture of land use within the study area. This final map has become known as the Glasgow and Clyde Valley Green Network Map. The full land use typology is illustrated in Figure 2.

This has resulted in a more robust approach with more accurate outputs being produced. East Dunbartonshire Council was one of the areas covered in the original mapping exercise. Due to issues relating to the dissemination and support for the data when it was launched, East Dunbartonshire Council developed a separate open space dataset to support their open space audit. This dataset is also based upon MasterMap but uses a slightly different typology to classify open space. The situation within many of the other GCV councils is similar to that in East Dunbartonshire with the Green Network Map not having been utilised as much as had been hoped.

1.2 Purpose of the Study The aim of this study was to review the original GCV Green Network map for the East Dunbartonshire Council area using the amended greenspace scotland methodology. In particular it was important that all other locally available data sources were considered and utilised where relevant. This would result in an up to date greenspace map of the study area for use by local authority staff.

The typology that was used to classify open space types was developed from advice contained in Planning Advice Note (PAN) 65. Published in 2003, PAN 65 identified nine key open space types that you would expect to find in our urban areas.

Almost as important, a methodology for reviewing and updating the Green Network Map was to be developed that could be used to update the map for all authorities within the GCV area. There were also a couple of additional objectives that were to be addressed as part of this study. The first of these was to develop an approach for integrating information on greenspace quality into the greenspace map. Secondly, an approach for assessing the levels of access to greenspace was to be developed. Again these additional objectives were to be developed with a view to these being used more widely in the GCV area and beyond.

Fig. 2. Glasgow and Clyde Valley Green Network Map Typology

greenspace scotland has subsequently adapted this approach for the greenspace mapping work they have supported across local authorities in Scotland. To date this methodology has been adopted by a further 15 Scottish local authorities outwith the Glasgow and Clyde Valley area.

Fig. 1 PAN 65

The key difference in the greenspace scotland approach is the use of a number of other data sources to assist the API process and increased engagement with local authority staff during the interpretation process.

A steering group was formed to manage this project. The steering group was made up of staff from East Dunbartonshire Council, Scottish Natural Heritage and the Glasgow and Clyde Valley Green Network Partnership. The individuals representing each organisation are listed below. Keith Scrimgeour - Greenspace Development Co-ordinator, EDC Lesley Scott - Greenspace Officer, EDC Catherine Mullen - Corporate Data Custodian (GIS/CAG), EDC Scott Ferguson - Advisory Officer, SNH Ally Corbett - Development Officer, GCVGNP Kenny Monteath - GIS Manager, EDAW

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2.0 • The Methodology 2.1 Data Review and Update The key element of this study was to review and update the Green Network Map for East Dunbartonshire so that it is up to date, accurate and conforms to a consistent typology. It is essential that the method used for East Dunbartonshire is transferable to other GCV local authorities.

available at the time of the original mapping. Datasets that were used included:

The method used for the review and update of the data consisted of the following stages.

• Updated MasterMap

1. Identification of change between 2008 MasterMap features and original Green Network Map - An up to date version of MasterMap was supplied by EDC as the base for updating the Green Network Map. The first task was to identify any differences between the datasets in terms of their geometry or attribution. This was achieved by comparing the Topographic Identifier (Toid) of every feature in the Green Network map with the up to date version of MasterMap. The Toid is a unique identifier which allows every feature within MasterMap to be traced through time. Using the Toid it is possible to determine whether any change has occured to a feature over a period of time.

• OS Addresspoint

For all features where the Toid and Version number were the same in each dataset it could be assumed that these features had not changed since the original mapping exercise. Where there was a discrepancy in version numbers identified this means that the feature has either changed its shape or its attributes have been altered. These features were highlighted for further investigation during the update stage. Where a Toid exists in the Green Network Map but not in the 2008 version of MasterMap this means that the feature has been deleted usually because a number of features have been amalgamated into one larger feature with a new Toid. For example areas where redevelopment is taking place may well exhibit this type of behaviour as buildings are demolished leaving a large expanse of waste ground. Where a Toid exists in the 2008 version of MasterMap but not in the Green Network Map this signifies the creation of a new feature. This happens a lot where new development has taken place with typical new features being buildings, gardens and roads. Every new feature was highlighted for further investigation during the update stage. 2. Prior to updating the Green Network Map it was necessary to transfer all classified types to the new MasterMap base. Where Toids matched between the two datasets each Primary and Secondary code was transferred from the Green Network Map to the new MasterMap base. 3. Updating the typology information - The next stage required a detailed visual review of all data contained in the Green Network Map supported by a number of updated and additional data sources that were not

• Updated aerial photography

• Corporate Address Gazzetteer

• OS 1:10,000 Scale mapping • EDC Greenspace audit • Numerous Local data sources

Updating the Green Network Map typology requires a manually intensive process of reviewing in detail all features within every 1km x 1km square in the study area and applying changes where neccessary. The review process uses the same API rule book as that used by greenspace scotland for their greenspace mapping projects. A copy of this rule book can be obtained from greenspace scotland. It is also important when changes are made to record the reasons for change. This will help users to understand not only how greenspace is changing but the reasons behind the change. All information is recorded in the attribute table of the revised dataset making this information available for any future analysis. The revised attribute table contains the fields shown in Figure 3.

Comments - This field provides any comments from the interpreter. This field is generally used when an interpreter is unclear what classification to assign to a feature. Method - This field denotes whether a feature was classified by the pre-classification or whether it was classified using the manual API method or whether it was derived from the original GCVJSP greenspace dataset and has been left unchanged. Change_PLU - Where a change has been made to the original GCVJSP classification the original code will be added to this field and a change reason added. Change_SLU - Where a change has been made to the original GCVJSP classification or a secondary code has been added, the original GCVJSP code is copied to this field and a change reason added. Change_Reason - This field contains the reason for why any GCVJSP classification codes have been changed or added to. PLU_Class - This field contains the text description associated with the primary greenspace classification code assigned to a particular feature. SLU_Class - This field contains the text description associated with the secondary greenspace classification code assigned to a particular feature. Site_id - This field is only used when the feature is part of a surveyed site from the EDC qualitative assessment. The number recorded is the unique site identifier of the relevant site in the qualitative assessment, allowing both the quantity and quality of spaces to be assessed together. The need for this information is explained further in section 2.2. Site_id2 - This field is only used when a feature form part of two sites from the EDC qualitative assessment.

Fig. 3. Greenspace Review Attribute Fields

Figure 3 does not show all fields contained in the attribute table, only those added by the greenspace mapping and review process. A description of the information recorded in each field can be found below. Primary_LU - This field contains the Primary land use classification. Secondary_LU - This field contains a Secondary land use classification where it is applicable.

All changes were made using a customised tool to ensure consistent recording of features. The result of this process is an updated greenspace map showing the most up to date information on the typology of greenspace using the sources available. Greenspace maps for all areas in the study area can be found in the results section.

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The Methodology • 2.0 2.2 Incorporating quality with quantity In addition to reviewing and updating the information on the extent and type of the open space resource within East Dunbartonshire a requirement was also identified to link the revised open space mapping to the results of a qualitative assessment carried out in 2003. This was carried out on a selection of 204 sites throughout the council area covering a range of types and uses.

Site ID Site Name

Comment

44

Pendicle Rd O.S. 2

45

St Germains Loch

1

Shirva Glen

2

Woodilee Hospital

46

Dunvegan Dr. O.S.

3

Tintock Wood

47

Meadowburn Wood

4

McGavigans Grassland

48

Duncryne Place O.S.

5

McGavigans Scrub

49

Low Moss

6

Hillhead scrub and grassland

50

High Moss

7

Westermains scrub and grass

51

Glenorchard Wood

8

Southbank grassland

52

Main St O.S.

9

Luggie water 1

53

Torrance Marsh

10

Luggie water 2

54

Boghead Rd Wood

11

Birdston Comm. Woodland

55

Lenzie Moss

12

South Woodland

56

Gartshore Public Park

13

Birdston Wood

57

Twechar Public Park

14

Kincaid Wood

58

Merklands Nature Park

15

Redmoss Wood

59

Luggie Park

16

Skimmers Hill

60

Woodhead Park

17

Western Shelterbelt

61

Merklands Sports Pitches

18

Nappies Loan

62

Whitegates Park

19

Northern Shelterbelt

63

Waterside Park

20

Valleyfield Wood

64

Langmuir Park

21

Red Moss Grassland

65

Peel Park

22

South Grassland

66

Meiklehill Park

23

Antermony Road

67

Rosebank Park

24

Campsie Glen

68

Cleddans Park

25

Redhills Woodland

69

Kincaid Park

26

Southfield Woodland

70

Cairnview Park

It is therefore necessary to accurately re-capture these boundaries using the more detailed MasterMap base. All boundaries where possible have followed MasterMap geometry. Where this has not been possible the boundary will cut across MasterMap features. This will improve the ability of users to analyse the open space dataset accurately.

27

Redhills View Woodland

71

Milton Public Park

28

Westerton Wood

72

Scott Ave Park

29

Redhills View Grassland

73

High Park

30

Balgrochan Marsh

74

Whitefield Pond

31

Ashcroft Ave. O.S.

75

Station Road Playing Fields

In addition to boundaries changing because of the need to follow the MasterMap base it also became apparent that a number of the sites that formed part of the qualitative assessment had been either partially or wholly developed on. Where these instances were discovered a revised boundary was captured to show the new extent of the site.

32

Dougalston Loch and woods

76

Ferguson Park

33

Mains Plantation

77

Allander Park

34

Craigton Wood

78

Mains Park

35

Craigton Rd Woodland

79

Barloch Moor Park

36

Craigdow

80

Oak Burn Park

37

Drumbeg Terr. Wood

81

Antonine Garden

38

Templehill Wood

82

Lennox Park

39

Cairnhill Wood

83

Dougalston Ave Open Space

40

Whitehill Wood

84

Keystone Quad. Open Space

41

Whitehill Wood

85

Craigdhu Wedge

42

Pendicle Rd O.S.

86

Colquhoun Park

43

Manse Burn OS

87

Kilmardinny Loch

The methodology used for this qualitative assessment assessed each space for Function, Condition and Quality to give an overall combined score of the overall quality of the site. This information had been recorded in a GIS dataset containing each site boundary. The challenge was to link the 2003 assessment to the revised and updated greenspace map in a way that could be replicated across the rest of the Glasgow and Clyde Valley. The easiest way to do this is to identify all features within each site boundary and allocate them the same site_id as the open space they relate to. This is the reason the site_id and site_id2 fields were added to the attribute table of the greenspace mapping. There were however some obstacles that needed to be addressed before this process could be tackled accurately. The original dataset for the qualitative assessment had been captured from a OS 1:10,000 scale map base. This meant that the boundaries that the qualitative assessment are based on do not match the new MasterMap base. This mis-match is likely to cause major problems later when attempts are made to analyse the extent and type of open space within each surveyed site. This will also be the case in all likelihood in the remaining seven GCV local authorities.

Some sites were also duplicated within the assesment and other sites had to be removed as they no longer existed. This left a total of 197 sites for which qualitative information existed. Each site has been given a unique identifier which it will retain from now on. Figure 4. shows the full list of site ids and names.

Removed - under development

Removed - under development

Removed - duplicate of 102

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2.0 • The Methodology 88

Langfaulds Park

132

Laburnum Dr. O.S.

176

Cult Burn O.S.

89

King George V Park

133

Alder Rd O.S.

177

Lyndseybeg Rd O.S.

90

Baljaffrey Park

134

Maple Walk O.S. 1

178

Kirkintilloch Rd O.S.

91

Heather Ave Open Space

135

Maple Walk O.S. 2

179

Anne Cres. O.S.

92

Thorn Park

136

Cannerton Cres. O.S.

180

Crosshill Rd O.S.

93

Roman Park

137

Benvenue Rd O.S. 2

181

Netherhouse Ave

94

Cluny Park

138

Benvenue Rd O.S. 1

182

Orchardfield

95

Westerton Park

139

Craigton Gardens O.S.

183

Kelvin View O.S.

96

Antonine Park

140

Rowantree Place O.S.

184

Lyle Sq. O.S.

97

Woodhill Park 3

141

Main St O.S. 1

185

Bailie Dr. (south) O.S.

98

Woodhill Park 2

142

East High St O.S.

186

Oxgang Cemetery

99

Woodhill Park 1

143

Main St O.S. 2

187

High Church

100

Huntershill Pitches

144

Craiglea Cres. O.S.

188

Mugdock Reservoirs

101

Bishopbriggs Park

145

Ashburn Gardens O.S.

189

Langfaulds Cemetery

102

Meadowburn Park

146

Craigbarnet Rd O.S.

190

New Kilpatrick Cemetery

103

Leisuredrome Pitches

147

Craigton Road O.S.

191

Cadder Cemetery

104

Hilton Park

148

North Dumgoyne Ave. O.S.

192

The Greens Lenzie

105

Mavis Bank Park

149

Breadie Drive

193

Strathkelvin Railway Path

106

Springfield Park

150

Crawford Road O.S.

194

Strathkelvin Railway Path

107

Cloan Crescent

151

James Watt O.S.

195

Forth & Clyde Canal

108

Lenzie Moss Pitches

152

Abercrombie Dr. O.S.

196

St Ninian’s Bridge, Market Rd

109

Park Burn OS

153

Paterson Place O.S.

197

Cromalt Cresent OS

110

Alexandra Road Park

154

Stockie Muir Road OS 2

198

Forth & Clyde Canal, Twechar

111

Torrance Recreation Ground

155

Stockie Muir Road 1

199

Strathkelvin Railway Route

112

Firbank Open Space

156

Annan Dr. O.S.

200

Kelvin Valley Way

113

Balgrochan Park

157

Manse Burn SSSI

201

Allander Way, Milngavie

114

Demonstration Garden

158

Bailie Drive O.S.

202

West Highland, Milngavie

115

Afton View Open Space

159

Braemar Cres. O.S.

203

Forth & Clyde Canal, Bishopbri

116

Broom Gardens

160

Allander Sports Centre O.S.

204

Kelvin Valley Way, Torrance

117

Clober Dam Park

161

Westerton Station O.S.

118

Schoenstadt

162

Moorfoot Way O.S.

119

Tannoch Loch

163

Allander Road O.S.

120

Douglas Muir Rd O.S.

164

Argyle Road O.S.

121

Glasgow Uni. Woods

165

Southview O.S.

122

Lenzie Rugby Club

166

N. Wester Cleddans Rd O.S.

123

Kelvin View O.S.

167

Letham Dr. O.S.

124

North Harestanes O.S

168

Kirkintilloch Rd

125

Glasgow Rd O.S. I

169

Meadowburn O.S.

126

Glasgow Rd O.S. 2

170

Thrums Ave. O.S.

127

Redbrae Rd O.S

171

Angus Ave. O.S.

128

Banks Rd O.S.

172

Dalhousie Gardens

129

Valleyfield O.S.

173

Ashfield O.S.

130

Munro Dr. O.S.

174

S. Wester Cleddans Rd O.S.

131

Brash Burn O.S.

175

Watermill Ave O.S.

Removed - Amalgamated with 43

Removed - duplicate of 193

Removed - duplicate of 195

Fig. 4.Unique Site Identifier List

Removed - duplicate of 46

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The Methodology • 2.0 Once each site boundary has been captured accurately, each feature in the greenspace map that intersects it is also allocated the same site_id number and this is recorded in the site_id field of the greenspace map. Having made this link it is then possible to link the site boundaries associated with the qualitative assessment to the information contained in the greenspace mapping using the site_id. Figure 5 illustrates the concept of applying the site_id to the greenspace data.

Fig. 6 greenspace quality guidance

greenspace scotland and GCVGNP have an important advisory role to play in shaping the development of new quality assessments by encouraging local authorities to use the guidance. Where existing quality assessments are in place these authorities should be encouraged to revise their assessments in line with the guidance. Fig. 5. Applying a unique site identifier

This simple approach could be used to integrate information on quality into the Green Network Map for all local authorities in the GCV area. This approach will not tackle the issue of consistency of qualitative data across the GCV area however. Up until recently there has not been any guidance for local authorities to help them assess the quality of their open spaces. This has meant that across the GCV area it is likely that a number of different methods have been used to record quality making it difficult to make a GCV wide assessment of the quality of open space provision.

The results of the integration of the qualitative and quantitative aspects are illustrated in the Results section. The East Dunbartonshire Qualitative assessment was carried out in 2004 and has not been based on these guidelines. This assessment is going to be reviewed at a later date using the new greenspace quality guidelines.

The GCVGNP and greenspace scotland have recently published guidance on this matter, providing a toolkit for local authorities to use to develop qualitative assessments. The proposed approach will make existing qualitative information accessible through the Green Network map. It will not revise existing quality assessments in line with the greenspace quality guidance. This would require a separate assessment exercise to be carried out.

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2.0 • The Methodology 2.3 Assessing levels of access to greenspace At the project inception meeting two methods for assessing access to greenspace were discussed. These were using either a straight line distance or a network distance to measure how far people have to travel in order to reach their open space. A network distance measure uses the actual routes that a person would have to use to get to a space whereas a straight line distance doesn’t take this into account. Using the network method is more accurate but also more time consuming, whereas the straight-line distance is less accurate but also takes a lot less time to calculate. A decision was taken by the steering group to adopt the network analysis approach for assessing the levels of access that the residents of East Dunbartonshire have to their open space. Figure 7 illustrates the information that is required to calculate the catchment area of a site using network analysis.

site entrances were initially captured using API techniques. These were then checked and revised by local authority staff to ensure the entrances were as accurate as possible. This is a cost effective method of gathering this information as it reduces the need for costly site visits. Alternatively, site entrances could be checked out at the same time qualitative assessments are being carried out or are being reviewed on site. 2. A pedestrian network describing the routes that are available to pedestrians in the area. The network will usually be made up from a number of different sources. On this occassion the network has been compiled from three main sources: • OS Integrated Transport Network - this is used for all road information • Scottish Paths Record - this provides good information on the location of more informal routes eg. paths, lanes, desire lines etc. • Local EDC route information - this provided information on footpaths and Rights of Way. This information is compiled to create a network based upon the best available information. Once all the information has been gathered and built into a functioning network it is then possible to start calculating catchment areas for each site and analysing the numbers of people that have access to a site within a certain distance threshold.

Fig. 8 Analysing population that can access a site

Catchment areas describe the area which can be reached from a certain point using a specified distance threshold. For example, the standard distance threshold that was agreed for East Dunbartonshire was 400m from every site. The analysis calculates how far along the network 400m is from each site entrance. The catchment area is illustrated in figure 7 by the green shading. The analysis outputs can then be used to learn more about the provision of open space in a particular area. Figure 8 illustrates how the catchment area can then be used to quantify the number of addresses and population that have access to a site within a catchment. Fig. 7 Network analysis components

In order to be able to measure access to open space using network analysis there is some key information that is required. These are: 1. Site entrances - The location of site entrances must be gathered. These are very important as these are the key access points for the public to gain entry to a site. If these are located incorrectly this can have a significant effect on the results of any analysis. All

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The Results • 3.0 As part of the commission EDAW were tasked with carrying out a range of analyses on the updated data to demonstrate how it can be used for a range of tasks. This section describes the analysis that has been carried out and the results for each area of analysis. Six examples of typical analysis that can be carried out using this data were agreed with the steering group. These were: 1. Accessibility of all play areas in East Dunbartonshire using the EDC playgrounds dataset and a 400m distance threshold. The EDC dataset was modified to remove two playgrounds which no longer exist as a result of development. 2. Accessibility from all sites surveyed in the qualitative assessment using a distance threshold of 400m. 3. Accessibility to Local Parks as defined in the EDC Greenspace Strategy using a distance threshold of 400m. 4. Accessibility to Neighbourhood Parks as defined in the EDC Greenspace Strategy using a distance threshold of 1200m. 5. Accessibility to natural/ semi-natural sites. Natural/ semi-natural sites are defined as any site with greater than 0.2 ha of natural/ seminatural open space type using a distance threshold of 1200m. 6. Temporal comparison analysis of Langfaulds Park, Bearsden using revised 2008 qualitative assessment to illustrate the effect changes to the site have had on the numbers of people with access to a space of an acceptable quality. Figures 9 - 17 quantify the extent of the total open space resource within East Dunbartonshire using the revised and updated greenspace map. Figures 18 - 23 reveal accessibility from all sites surveryed in the qualitative assessment. These figures reveal that most of the population living in East Dunbartonshire are within 400m of an open space, with the exception of people living in central Bearsden. It can also be seen that Milngavie contains the most open space sites classified as ‘Good’ or Very Good’ in terms of fitness for purpose. Similarly, Kirkintilloch appears to have the largest number of open space sites classified as ‘Fair’ or ‘Poor’ fitness for purpose. Figures 24 - 29 assess accessibility to play areas in East Dunbartonshire. All settlements with the exception of Bearsden have good access to a number of playgrounds which seem to be spread

evenly over the settlements extent. In Bearsden the playgrounds are concentrated around the outskirts of the town with households in the centre having little or no access to playground sites. The playgrounds reaching the largest number of households include Meiklehill Nursery Playground and Tintock Road Playground in Kirkintilloch. The playgrounds accessible to the least amount of households include Firbank Avenue Playground in Torrance and the playground at the rear of the Sports Centre in Bishopbriggs. Figures 30 - 36 illustrate accessibility to local and neighbourhood parks in East Dunbartonshire. A large proportion of East Dunbartonshire’s population resides within 1200m of a neighbourhood park, with the exception of two areas in central and southern Bearsden, which do not have access to a neighbrourhood park within 1200m or to a local park within 400m. Neighbourhood parks that have 5000 households or more in their 1200m catchments include: Woodhill Parks 2&3 and Bishopbriggs Park in Bishopbriggs as well as Merklands Sports Pitches and Luggie Park in Kirkintilloch. The neighbourhood parks that are the least accessible, in terms of the number of households within their catchment areas, are Gartshore Public Park and Twechar Public Park in Twechar. Local parks reaching the largest number of households (>1000) in their 400m catchments include Langfaulds Park in Bearsden and Meiklehill Road Park in Kirkintilloch. The local parks with the least number of households within their catchments include Firbank Avenue Open Space in Torrance and Lenzie Moss Pitches in Lenzie. Figures 37 - 42 show accessibility to surveyed areas containing natural/semi-natural open space. All EDC settlements have good access to sites containing natural/semi-natural open space with most of the population living within 1200m of such sites. The sites that are able to be accessed by the largest number of households (>5000) include: Luggie Park, Redbrae Road, Merkland Sports Pitches and Merkland Nature Park in Kirkintilloch as well as Bishopbriggs Park in Bishopbriggs. Sites containing the lowest number of households within their 1200m catchments include South Woodland in Milton of Campsie and Campsie Glen and Schoenstadt in Lennoxtown reaching less than 100 households. Lastly, Figure 43 reveals a temporal comparison of Langfaulds Park, Bearsden. From this figure it can be seen that the overall quality of the park has changed from fair to a good fitness for purpose as a result of changes taking place to enhance the overall function, condition and quality of the park. This park is now within 400m of 1037 households in Bearsden.

Primary Code 6.1 6.21 6.22 6.23 6.31 6.32 6.33 6.4 6.51 6.52 6.53 6.54 6.55 6.61 6.62 6.71 6.72 6.73 6.82 6.83 6.84 6.9 7.1 7.2 7.3 99 Total Secondary Code 6.1 6.21 6.22 6.23 6.31 6.32 6.33 6.4 6.51 6.52 6.53 6.54 6.55 6.61 6.62 6.71 6.72 6.81 6.82 6.83 6.9 99 Total

Description Public park and garden Private gardens School grounds Institutional grounds Amenity - residential Amenity - business Amenity - transport Playspace Playing fields Golf course Tennis courts Bowling greens Other sports Green access route Riparian route Woodland Open semi-natural Open Water Churchyard Cemetery Other functional green space Civic Space Farmland Moorland Other, e.g. landfill, quarries Area undergoing change Description Public park and garden Private gardens School Grounds Institutional grounds Amenity - residential Amenity - business Amenity - transport Playspace Playing fields Golf course Tennis courts Bowling greens Other sports Green access route Riparian route Woodland Open semi-natural Allotment Churchyard Cemetery Civic space Area undergoing change

No. of features

Area (Ha)

796 45960 683 455 1714 945 2227 27 73 482 26 61 24 214 363 1170 319 799 189 156 11 12 1513 79 3 1400 59701

268.42 1333.59 84.77 57.29 229.83 126.70 90.48 1.66 40.33 655.47 2.06 3.74 4.46 58.34 103.09 666.38 329.20 209.68 6.81 24.86 0.11 0.79 3468.13 547.14 0.22 207.01 8520.55

No. of features

Area (Ha)

1 12 2 1 53 16 16 59 90 1 4 5 1 25 30 2257 235 1 1 1 1 5 2817

0.17 5.94 0.20 0.24 36.53 11.09 4.44 31.86 90.46 6.53 0.69 0.00 0.17 5.36 46.21 667.73 176.89 0.31 0.00 0.21 0.34 7.90 1093.3

Fig.9 Open Space Summary Table for East Dunbartonshire

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East Dunbartonshire District Boundary

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260000

261000

262000

263000

Open Space Types Residential Buildings

Playspace

Other Functional Greenspace

Public Parks and Gardens

Sports Areas

Civic Space

Private Gardens or Grounds

Green Corridors

Open Water

Amenity Greenspace

Natural/Semi-Natural Greenspace

264000

265000

266000

267000

268000

269000

270000

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East Dunbartonshire Open Space Figure 10

Open Space Quantitative Audit

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669000

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671000

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674000

675000

676000

677000

678000

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±

680000

253000

680000

252000


253000

Site Name

38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 121 152 153 154 155 156 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 185 189 190 197

254000

255000

256000

33

Templehill Wood Cairnhill Wood Whitehill Wood Whitehill Wood Pendicle Rd O.S. Manse Burn OS Pendicle Rd O.S. 2 St Germains Loch Colquhoun Park Kilmardinny Loch Langfaulds Park King George V Park Baljaffrey Park Heather Ave Open Space Thorn Park Roman Park Cluny Park Westerton Park Antonine Park Glasgow Uni. Woods Abercrombie Dr. O.S. Paterson Place O.S. Stockie Muir Road OS 2 Stockie Muir Road 1 Annan Dr. O.S. Bailie Drive O.S. Braemar Cres. O.S. Allander Sports Centre O.S. Westerton Station O.S. Moorfoot Way O.S. Allander Road O.S. Argyle Road O.S. Southview O.S. Bailie Dr. (south) O.S. Langfaulds Cemetery New Kilpatrick Cemetery Cromalt Cresent OS

257000

83

±

82

162

154

149 81

155 91

90

189

32

201

197

153

152

84

85

158

43

160

88

673000

Site ID

252000

674000

251000

164

185

87

96

93

165

190

672000

672000

673000

674000

250000

92

40 86

42

41

45 38

671000

156

671000

89

44

159

163

95 39 121

670000

161

670000

94

1:20,000 250000

Legend

East Dunbartonshire District Boundary Surveyed Open Spaces

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252000

253000

254000

Open Space Types Residential Buildings

Playspace

Other Functional Greenspace

Public Parks and Gardens

Sports Areas

Civic Space

Private Gardens or Grounds

Green Corridors

Open Water

Amenity Greenspace

Natural/Semi-Natural Greenspace

255000

256000

257000

East Dunbartonshire Open Space Figure 11

Open Space Quantitative Audit - Bearsden

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Site ID

260000

261000

262000

263000

264000

265000

±

192

Site Name

46 48 49 50 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 166 167 168 170 171 172 173 174 191 195

672000

259000

Dunvegan Dr. O.S. Duncryne Place O.S. Low Moss High Moss Woodhill Park 3 Woodhill Park 2 Woodhill Park 1 Huntershill Pitches Bishopbriggs Park Meadowburn Park Leisuredrome Pitches Hilton Park Mavis Bank Park Springfield Park Cloan Crescent N. Wester Cleddans Rd O.S. Letham Dr. O.S. Kirkintilloch Rd Thrums Ave. O.S. Angus Ave. O.S. Dalhousie Gardens Ashfield O.S. S. Wester Cleddans Rd O.S. Cadder Cemetery Forth & Clyde Canal

109

116

191

122

54

195

55

49

102

673000

258000

672000

257000

108

168

46

103 173

104

107

671000

671000

50

172

166 101

174

106

48

98

171

670000

670000

170

97 99

105

167

669000

669000

100

1:20,000 257000

Legend

East Dunbartonshire District Boundary Surveyed Open Spaces

258000

259000

260000

261000

Open Space Types Residential Buildings

Playspace

Other Functional Greenspace

Public Parks and Gardens

Sports Areas

Civic Space

Private Gardens or Grounds

Green Corridors

Open Water

Amenity Greenspace

Natural/Semi-Natural Greenspace

262000

263000

264000

East Dunbartonshire Open Space Figure 12

Open Space Quantitative Audit - Bishopbriggs

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265000


265000 15

130

267000

268000

269000

270000

±

134

17

Shirva Glen Tintock Wood McGavigans Grassland McGavigans Scrub Hillhead scrub and grassland Westermains scrub and grass Luggie water 1 Luggie water 2 Birdston Comm. Woodland Boghead Rd Wood Lenzie Moss Gartshore Public Park Twechar Public Park Merklands Nature Park Luggie Park Woodhead Park Merklands Sports Pitches Whitegates Park Waterside Park Langmuir Park Peel Park Meiklehill Park Rosebank Park Cleddans Park Lenzie Moss Pitches Park Burn OS Alexandra Road Park Afton View Open Space Broom Gardens Lenzie 113 Rugby Club Kelvin View O.S. North Harestanes O.S 114 111 Glasgow Rd O.S. I Glasgow Rd O.S. 2 204Redbrae Rd O.S Banks Rd O.S. 52 East High St O.S. Watermill Ave O.S. Cult Burn O.S. 183 Lyndseybeg Rd O.S. 112 Kirkintilloch Rd O.S. Anne Cres. O.S. Crosshill Rd O.S. Netherhouse Ave Orchardfield Oxgang Cemetery The Greens Lenzie Strathkelvin Railway Path Strathkelvin Railway Path Forth & Clyde Canal St Ninian's Bridge, Market Rd Forth & Clyde Canal, Twechar

266000

14 22

16

133

198

13

12

676000

Site Name

56

1 200

57 675000

123 193

11

124

64

68

3

6 125 126

128

142

115 66

65

7

61

58

67

127

59

9

63

10 196

60

195

673000

674000

675000

1 3 4 5 6 7 9 10 11 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 108 109 110 115 116 122 123 124 125 53 126 127 128 142 175 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 186 192 193 194 195 196 198

264000 21

674000

676000

Site ID

263000

192

673000

262000

186 5 62

109

116

191

122 194

54

102

55

49 108

168

175

672000

672000

4

178

177

182

181

110 176

107

1:22,500

179

50

262000

Legend

East Dunbartonshire District Boundary Surveyed Open Spaces

180 263000

264000

265000

266000

267000

Open Space Types Residential Buildings

Playspace

Other Functional Greenspace

Public Parks and Gardens

Sports Areas

Civic Space

Private Gardens or Grounds

Green Corridors

Open Water

Amenity Greenspace

Natural/Semi-Natural Greenspace

268000

269000

270000

East Dunbartonshire Open Space Figure 13

Open Space Quantitative Audit Kirkintilloch & Twechar

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Site Name South Woodland Birdston Wood Kincaid Wood Redmoss Wood Skimmers Hill Western Shelterbelt Nappies Loan Northern Shelterbelt Valleyfield Wood Red Moss Grassland South Grassland Antermony Road Campsie Glen Redhills Woodland Southfield Woodland Redhills View Woodland Westerton Wood Redhills View Grassland Balgrochan Marsh Ashcroft Ave. O.S. Kincaid Park Cairnview Park Milton Public Park Scott Ave Park High Park Whitefield Pond Station Road Playing Fields Ferguson Park Schoenstadt Valleyfield O.S. Munro Dr. O.S. Brash Burn O.S. Laburnum Dr. O.S. Alder Rd O.S. Maple Walk O.S. 1 Maple Walk O.S. 2 Cannerton Cres. O.S. Benvenue Rd O.S. 2 Benvenue Rd O.S. 1 Craigton Gardens O.S. Rowantree Place O.S. Main St O.S. 1 Main St O.S. 2 High Church Strathkelvin Railway Path Kelvin Valley Way

680000

24

679000

118

30 74

73 143

75

187

678000

12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 118 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 143 187 193 200

139

141

26

31 193

76

28

137 138

140 27

29

677000

25

131 129 20

72

71 23

70

676000

15

132 18 136 19 130

69 135

134

17

14 22

16

133

12

Legend

East Dunbartonshire District Boundary Surveyed Open Spaces

13

200

1:25,000 258000

676000

21

677000

678000

679000

680000

Site ID

260000

11 259000

260000

261000

262000

263000

Open Space Types Residential Buildings

Playspace

Other Functional Greenspace

Public Parks and Gardens

Sports Areas

Civic Space

Private Gardens or Grounds

Green Corridors

Open Water

Amenity Greenspace

Natural/Semi-Natural Greenspace

264000

265000

266000

267000

East Dunbartonshire Open Space Figure 14

Open Space Quantitative Audit Lennoxtown & Milton of Campsie

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254000

255000

256000

257000

258000

±

Dougalston Loch and woods Mains Plantation Craigton Wood Craigton Rd Woodland Craigdow Drumbeg Terr. Wood Allander Park Mains Park Barloch Moor Park Oak Burn Park Antonine Garden Lennox Park Dougalston Ave Open Space Keystone Quad. Open Space Craigdhu Wedge Clober Dam Park Tannoch Loch Douglas Muir Rd O.S. Craiglea Cres. O.S. Ashburn Gardens O.S. Craigbarnet Rd O.S. Craigton Road O.S. North Dumgoyne Ave. O.S. Breadie Drive Crawford Road O.S. James Watt O.S. Lyle Sq. O.S. Mugdock Reservoirs Allander Way, Milngavie West Highland, Milngavie

676000

Site Name

32 33 34 35 36 37 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 117 119 120 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 184 188 201 202

202 77

188

117

34

150

119 151

35 184 120

677000

253000

148 675000

Site ID

252000

675000

676000

677000

251000

79

147

78 146

37

144 145 36

80

32

33

83

162 153

152

84

154

201 149

197

81

155 91

90

189

85

158

43

674000

674000

82

88

1:20,000 Legend

185

673000

673000

160

164 87

96 251000

East Dunbartonshire District Boundary Surveyed Open Spaces

252000

253000

254000

255000

Open Space Types Residential Buildings

Playspace

Other Functional Greenspace

Public Parks and Gardens

Sports Areas

Civic Space

Private Gardens or Grounds

Green Corridors

Open Water

Amenity Greenspace

Natural/Semi-Natural Greenspace

256000

257000

258000

East Dunbartonshire Open Space Figure 15

Open Space Quantitative Audit - Milngavie

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Site ID

260000

261000

262000

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Site Name

675000

Glenorchard Wood Main St O.S. Torrance Marsh Torrance Recreation Ground Firbank Open Space Balgrochan Park Demonstration Garden Kelvin View O.S. Kelvin Valley Way, Torrance

675000

51 52 53 111 112 113 114 183 204

113

114 51

111

53

674000

674000

204 52

112

183

1:10,000 259000

Legend

East Dunbartonshire District Boundary Surveyed Open Spaces

260000

261000

Open Space Types Residential Buildings

Playspace

Other Functional Greenspace

Public Parks and Gardens

Sports Areas

Civic Space

Private Gardens or Grounds

Green Corridors

Open Water

Amenity Greenspace

Natural/Semi-Natural Greenspace

262000

East Dunbartonshire Open Space Figure 16

Open Space Quantitative Audit - Torrance

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Site Name

38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 121 152 153 154 155 156 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 185 189 190 197

189

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_ ^

_ _^ ^

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^ _

±

32

_ ^ _ ^

_ ^

_ ^ 85

^ _ _ ^

_ ^ _ ^

^ _ _^ ^ _^ _^ _ _ ^ _ ^

_ ^ _ ^160^ _ _^ _ ^ _ ^

_ ^ _ _^ ^

87

^ _ _ ^

_ ^ ^^ _ _^ _ _ ^ 96

^ _ 165^ __ _^ ^

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^ _ _ ^ _ ^

93

_ ^

190

_ ^ _ ^

92

_ ^

_^ ^^ _ _ _ ^ 86

^ _ _ ^ _^ ^ _

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_ ^

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_ ^

45

_ ^ 89

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^^ _ _ _ ^ 95 _^ ^ _^ _ _ 161^ _ ^

^^ _ _^ ^ _ _ _ 94 ^ _ ^

159 ^^ _ _ _ ^ _^ ^ _ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^

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_ _ ^ ^ 39

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38

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_^ ^ _ _ ^ ^ _

163

41

42

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^^ _ _

156

671000

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671000

_ ^^ _

670000

257000

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_ ^ ^81^ _ __ ^

^ _ _ ^ _ ^

^ _ _ ^

201

_ ^ _ ^

256000

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^ _ 84 _^ ^ _ _149^ ^ _

_ ^

_ ^

_ ^

255000

33

_ ^

Templehill Wood Cairnhill Wood Whitehill Wood Whitehill Wood Pendicle Rd O.S. Manse Burn OS Pendicle Rd O.S. 2 St Germains Loch Colquhoun Park Kilmardinny Loch Langfaulds Park King George V Park Baljaffrey Park Heather Ave Open Space Thorn Park Roman Park Cluny Park Westerton Park Antonine Park Glasgow Uni. Woods Abercrombie Dr. O.S. Paterson Place O.S. Stockie Muir Road OS 2 Stockie Muir Road 1 Annan Dr. O.S. Bailie Drive O.S. Braemar Cres. O.S. Allander Sports Centre O.S. Westerton Station O.S. Moorfoot Way O.S. Allander Road O.S. Argyle Road O.S. Southview O.S. Bailie Dr. (south) O.S. Langfaulds Cemetery New Kilpatrick Cemetery Cromalt Cresent OS

254000

^^ _ _ __^ ^

_ ^ ^ _^ _ _ ^ 121 ^ _ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^

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Legend

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674000

253000

672000

Site ID

252000

_ ^

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673000

251000

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_ _^ ^ _^ _^ ^ _ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^

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670000

672000

673000

674000

250000

_ ^ ^ _

251000

252000

Quality of Open Space Poor Fitness For Purpose

Site Entrances

Fair

Access to publicly accessible open space within 400m

Good Very good Excellent Fitness For Purpose

253000

254000

255000

256000

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East Dunbartonshire Open Space Figure 17

Accessibility & Quality of Open Space Bearsden

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673000

Site ID

260000

261000

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Site Name

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672000

259000

263000

_ ^

_ ^

Dunvegan Dr. O.S. Duncryne Place O.S. Low Moss High Moss Woodhill Park 3 Woodhill Park 2 Woodhill Park 1 Huntershill Pitches Bishopbriggs Park Meadowburn Park Leisuredrome Pitches Hilton Park Mavis Bank Park Springfield Park Cloan Crescent N. Wester Cleddans Rd O.S. Letham Dr. O.S. Kirkintilloch Rd Thrums Ave. O.S. Angus Ave. O.S. Dalhousie Gardens Ashfield O.S. S. Wester Cleddans Rd O.S. Cadder Cemetery Forth & Clyde Canal

264000

265000

±

192

^ _

_ ^

^ _ _ ^

673000

258000

^ ^ _ _ ^ _ _ _^ ^ _^

^ _ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ 109 _ ^ _ 116 ^ _^ _ _ ^ ^ _^ _ ^ _ ^

191

^ _ _ ^

_ ^ ^ _ _ ^

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^^ _ _ 168 _ ^ _ ^ 46 _ ^ ^ _ _ ^ _ _^ ^ _ ^ ^ _ _173^ ^ _ ^ _ _ _107^ ^ ^^ _ _ _ ^

195

_ ^

_ ^^ _ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^

102

49

_ ^ ^ _ 104

_ ^

^ _ _ ^

122

_ ^ _ ^

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103

_ ^

54

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_ ^ ^ _

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_ ^^ _

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55

672000

257000

108

_ ^

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_172 ^ _ ^ ^ _ _ ^

_^ ^ _^ _ ^ _^ _

^ _ _ ^ _ 166 ^ _ ^ _ ^ _^ ^ _^ _^ _

_ ^ ^^ _ _^ _ _^ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ _^

101

_ 174^ ^ _ _ ^

_ ^

670000

_ ^ ^ _

671000

_ ^

_ ^ ^ _ 106

_ ^

48

^ _ _ ^ _ _ 105^ ^ _^ ^ _ _ ^ _ ^ _^ ^ _

_ ^^ _

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_ ^ ^ _ _ _^ ^ _ _ ^ ^

_ _167^ ^^ _

_ ^

669000

_ ^

99

98 ^ _ _ ^ _ _ ^ _^ _^ ^ _^ _^ _ ^ _ ^ _ 97 ^ ^ _ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ ^ _ _ ^ _ _^ ^

669000

_ ^

_ ^

_ ^

_ ^

^^ _ _ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ _^ ^ _170 ^ _ ^ _ _^ _^ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ 171 _ ^ _^ ^ _ ^ _ _ _^ _^ ^

670000

671000

50

_ ^

1:20,000 257000

Legend

258000

East Dunbartonshire District Boundary

_ ^

259000

Quality of Open Space Poor Fitness For Purpose

Site Entrances

Fair

Access to publicly accessible open space within 400m

Good Very good Excellent Fitness For Purpose

260000

261000

262000

263000

264000

East Dunbartonshire Open Space Figure 18

Accessibility & Quality of Open Space Bishopbriggs

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265000

_ ^

_ ^


_ ^ ^^ _ _ ^ _ ^ __ _^ _^ _ ^ ^ _ ^ _ ^

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^ _ _ ^

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_ _^ ^ _ _^ ^ _^ ^ 125 _ _ 126^ ^ _ _^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ ^ _ 65 _ ^

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^^ _ _ _ ^ ^ _ _ ^ _ _^ ^ _^

^ _

_ ^ ^ _ _ ^

672000

_ ^

_ ^ ^ _ _^ ^ _

_ ^^ _

^ _ _^ ^ _ _ ^_ ^ _ ^ 57

_ ^

Quality of Open Space Poor Fitness For Purpose

Access to publicly accessible open space within 400m

Good Very good Excellent Fitness For Purpose

_ ^

_ 67^ ^ _ _^ 9

^^ _ _ _^ ^ _ _ 196^

_ ^^ _

63

_ _ ^ ^ _^ ^ _ ^ __ ^

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_ ^

_ ^ ^^ _ _

_ ^ ^ _

_ ^

186

_ ^

5 62

_ ^

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_ ^ ^ _ 194

_ ^

55

108

264000

_ ^

_ ^

_ ^

_ ^

^180 _ _ _^ ^ ^ _ _ ^

Fair

_ ^

_ ^

122

_ ^ ^110 _ _ _^ ^ _ _^ ^

Site Entrances

_ _^ _^ _ ^ _^ _^ _^ _ 127^ ^^ _ _^ ^ _ ^ _ ^ 59 _ ^ _^ _ _^ ^ _ _^ _ ^ ^ ^ _ _ _ ^

_ ^

_ ^178^ _ _ ^

_ ^

263000

_ ^

_ ^ ^ _ _ ^

49

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_ ^

_ ^

_ ^

6

_ _^ ^ _66 _^ ^ _^ ^^ _ _^ _^ _

^ _ _ ^

^ _ _ ^ 60 ^ __ _ ^ ^ _^ _^ ^ _^ _ _^ _ _^ ^

192

54

Legend

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^ _ _ ^ _ _ ^ ^

_ ^

_ ^

^ _ _ ^

^ ^ _ _ 128^ _ _ _^ ^

142

_ ^

_ ^

262000

1

_ ^ ^ _^ ^ _ _ _ ^ _ ^ ^ 124 _ _^ _^ _ ^ _^ _ ^ ^ _ _ ^ _ ^ ^ _ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ ^ _ _ ^ ^ ^^ _ ^ _ _ ^ __ _ ^ _ ^ _ 3 _^ _^ _^ _^ _ ^ _^ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ 68 ^ _ _ 64 ^ _ _^ ^ _^ ^ _ ^ _ ^ __ ^ ^ _ _^ _ ^ _ _^ ^ _^ ^ _115 ^ _ ^ _ ^ _^ _^ ^ _ _ _^ ^ _^ ^ _ _^ ^ _ _ _^ _^ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ 61 _ ^ 58 _ ^ _ ^

^^ _ _

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_ ^

_ ^ _ ^

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^_ _ _ 168^ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ ^ _ _ ^ _ _^ ^ _ ^ _ ^ ^ _ _ _107^ ^ _ ^ _ ^

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_ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ ^ _ _ ^

193

11

_ ^ 102

^ _ _ ^ _ ^

±

_ ^

123

^ _ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ 109 _ ^ _^ ^ _^ _ _ _116^ ^ _ ^

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56

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^ _ _ 200 _^ _^ ^

^ __ _^ ^ _ ^

_ ^ ^ _

_ _^ ^^ _ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ _^ _^ ^

198

13

^^ _ _

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_ _ ^ _^ ^ _ ^ _133 ^^ _

_ ^

270000

_ ^

16

_ _^ ^ _ ^ ^ _ ^ ^ _ _

191

269000

12

_ ^

195

^ _ _ ^

268000

676000

15

267000

675000

Shirva Glen Tintock Wood McGavigans Grassland McGavigans Scrub Hillhead scrub and grassland Westermains scrub and grass Luggie water 1 Luggie water 2 Birdston Comm. Woodland Boghead Rd Wood Lenzie Moss Gartshore Public Park Twechar Public Park Merklands Nature Park Luggie Park Woodhead Park Merklands Sports Pitches Whitegates Park Waterside Park Langmuir Park Peel Park Meiklehill Park Rosebank Park Cleddans Park Lenzie Moss Pitches Park Burn OS Alexandra Road Park Afton View Open Space Broom Gardens 113 Lenzie Rugby Club Kelvin View O.S. North114 Harestanes O.S 111 Glasgow Rd O.S. I Glasgow Rd O.S. 2 204Redbrae Rd O.S Banks Rd O.S. 52 East High St O.S. Watermill Ave O.S. Cult Burn O.S. 183 O.S. Lyndseybeg Rd 112 Kirkintilloch Rd O.S. Anne Cres. O.S. Crosshill Rd O.S. Netherhouse Ave Orchardfield Oxgang Cemetery The Greens Lenzie Strathkelvin Railway Path Strathkelvin Railway Path Forth & Clyde Canal St Ninian's Bridge, Market Rd Forth & Clyde Canal, Twechar

673000

674000

^ _ _ ^

Site Name

^ _ _ ^ _ ^

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21

266000

674000

675000

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264000

_ ^

_ ^

673000

676000

Site ID

263000

^ _ _ ^ _ _^ _^ ^

265000

_ _ _ ^ ^^ 182 _ ^ _ 175 _ ^ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^

^ _ _^ _^ _177 _^ ^ _^ ^ _

672000

262000

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_^ ^ ^ _ _

_ _^ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ _ ^ 181 ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ 176^ ^ _

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_ ^ _ ^

^ _179_ _^ ^ 266000

267000

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East Dunbartonshire Open Space Figure 19

Accessibility & Quality of Open Space Kirkintilloch & Twechar

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261000

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Site Name South Woodland Birdston Wood Kincaid Wood Redmoss Wood Skimmers Hill Western Shelterbelt Nappies Loan Northern Shelterbelt Valleyfield Wood Red Moss Grassland South Grassland Antermony Road Campsie Glen Redhills Woodland Southfield Woodland Redhills View Woodland Westerton Wood Redhills View Grassland Balgrochan Marsh Ashcroft Ave. O.S. Kincaid Park Cairnview Park Milton Public Park Scott Ave Park High Park Whitefield Pond Station Road Playing Fields Ferguson Park Schoenstadt Valleyfield O.S. Munro Dr. O.S. Brash Burn O.S. Laburnum Dr. O.S. Alder Rd O.S. Maple Walk O.S. 1 Maple Walk O.S. 2 Cannerton Cres. O.S. Benvenue Rd O.S. 2 Benvenue Rd O.S. 1 Craigton Gardens O.S. Rowantree Place O.S. Main St O.S. 1 Main St O.S. 2 High Church Strathkelvin Railway Path Kelvin Valley Way

24

680000

_ ^ ^ _ _ ^ ^ _ _ ^

118

_ ^

679000

_ ^

_ ^ _ ^^ _ _ ^ _ ^

^^ _ _^ _ _ 30 ^ ^ _ _ ^ _^ _ ^ _ ^ _^ ^ _^ _^ _ _ 74 ^ _ 73 _^ ^ _^ ^ _ _ ^ _ ^ 187 _ ^ _ ^ _143 ^ _^ ^ _ _ ^ _ ^ _ _ ^ ^ ^^ _ 141 _ _ ^ 75 ^ _ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ 26

_ ^ _ ^ _ ^ ^ _ 193

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25

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East Dunbartonshire District Boundary Site Entrances Access to publicly accessible open space within 400m

260000

261000

262000

263000

Quality of Open Space

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Very good Excellent Fitness For Purpose

_ ^ ^ _ 131 _ _ ^ _ ^ ^72^ _ _ _^ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ ^ _20^ _71^ ^ __ 129 ^ ^ _ ^ _ _ _ ^ _^ ^ _^ _^ ^ _^ _ _^ ^ _ 23 _^ _ ^ _ 70 _ ^ __ ^ _ ^ _^ _ ^ ^ _^ _ ^ _^ _ ^ _ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _^ 21 _^ _ 69 ^ ^ _ ^ _^ ^ _ _ ^ 132 18 _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ _^ 136 _^ ^ _ ^ _^ ^ 19 __^ _ _ ^ _ ^ _ _^ _^ ^ _^ ^ _ ^ ^ _^ 135 _ ^ _^ _ _ ^ 15 ^ _ ^ _^ _^ ^ _ _ ^ _ ^ _ _ ^ ^ _ ^ _ _ ^ 130 _ _^ ^ _ ^ _^ ^ 134 _ ^ _^ ^ _ ^ _^ ^ _ _ ^ _ _ ^ _ _ ^ _ 14 ^ ^ 17 _ _ ^ _ ^ _ 22 16^ ^ _ _ ^ _ ^ ^ _^ ^ _ ^ _133 _^ _ 13 12 _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _^ ^ _ _ _^ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _200 _^ _^ ^ _ 11 ^ 264000

265000

_ ^

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Fair Good

_ 28 _139^ ^ _ ^ ^ _ _ ^ _ ^ _138 ^ _ _ ^ 137 _^ ^ _ _ _^ ^ _ ^ _^ ^ _^ ^ _ _ ^ 31 _ ^ __ ^ _^ ^ _^ ^ 29 _ _ ^ 140 _ ^ _ 27 76 _^ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^

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266000

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678000

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677000

12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 118 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 143 187 193 200

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680000

Site ID

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_ of _^ _^ & Quality _^ ^ _^ _^ ^ _^ _^ _ Lennoxtown & Milton of Campsie

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East Dunbartonshire District Boundary Site Entrances Access to publicly accessible open space within 400m

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676000

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119

_ _150 ^ ^ _ ^ ^ _ _ ^ _ ^ _ _ ^ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _^ ^ _ _ ^ _ ^ 151 ^ _ _ ^ _^ ^ _148 _ ^ _^ ^ _ ^ _^ ^ _ ^ _ _ ^ _ ^ _ _ _ ^ _^ ^ 35 _ ^ _^ ^ _ ^ _ _ ^ _ _ ^ 79 ^^ _ _ ^ _^ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ 184 _ ^ _ ^ _ 147 _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ ^ _ _ ^ _ ^ _^ ^ _^ ^ _ ^ _^ _^ _^ __ _^ _^ _^ ^ _^ _ ^ _ ^ 120 _ _ __ ^ _ ^ ^ 78 _ ^ _ ^ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ ^ _ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ 146 37 _ ^ ^ _ _^ ^ _^ _ _^ _^ _ ^ __ ^ _^ ^ _ _ ^ ^^ _ _ _ ^ 144 _^ ^ _ ^ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ _ ^ _^ ^ _ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ 145 _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _^ ^ _ 80 ^ _^ _ _ ^ _ 36 ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ ^83 _ 33 ^ __ ^ _ ^ _ ^ ^ 82 _ _ ^ ^ _ ^ _ _ ^ _ ^ _ _^ ^ _^ ^ _201 _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ 84 _ 162 ^ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ 149 154 _^ ^ _ _ ^ _ ^ _^ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ _ ^ _ _^ ^ _ 197 ^ _ ^ _ ^ _81^ ^ _^ _ ^ _153^ _ _^ _ _^ ^ _^ ^ _ ^ _^ _ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ __ ^ _ ^ _^ ^ _ ^ 155 _ ^ _ _ ^ _^ _^ _ ^ ^ _ ^ _ ^ 152^ _ ^ _ ^ _ _ _ ^ _ _ ^ ^ _^ ^ _^ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ ^ _ _ ^ _ _ ^ 91 _ _ ^ _^ ^ _^ _ ^ ^ _ ^ _ _^ _^ 189 ^ _^ _ ^ _^ _^ _ 90^ _ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ ^ _ _ ^ _^ ^ _^ ^ 85 _ ^ _^ _ ^ _ _158 ^ _ ^ __ ^ _ _^ _^ ^ _^ _^ _ ^ _ ^ ^ _ _ ^ 43 _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _^ ^ _ ^ _ _^ ^ _ _ ^ _ ^ _160^ ^ _ _^ _ _^ ^ _^ _ ^ _ ^ ^ _ ^ _ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _^ ^ _ _ ^ _ ^ _ _ ^ _ ^ _164^ ^ _185 ^ _^ ^ 88 _^ _ ^ _^ _ ^ _ ^ _ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ _ 87 ^ _^ ^ _ ^ _ _^ ^ _ ^ _ 96^ ^ _^ _^ _ _ ^ 252000 253000 254000 255000 256000 _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ Quality of Open Space _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ Poor Fitness For Purpose

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117

202

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_ ^ 32

674000

Dougalston Loch and woods Mains Plantation Craigton Wood Craigton Rd Woodland Craigdow Drumbeg Terr. Wood Allander Park Mains Park Barloch Moor Park Oak Burn Park Antonine Garden Lennox Park Dougalston Ave Open Space Keystone Quad. Open Space Craigdhu Wedge Clober Dam Park Tannoch Loch Douglas Muir Rd O.S. Craiglea Cres. O.S. Ashburn Gardens O.S. Craigbarnet Rd O.S. Craigton Road O.S. North Dumgoyne Ave. O.S. Breadie Drive Crawford Road O.S. James Watt O.S. Lyle Sq. O.S. Mugdock Reservoirs Allander Way, Milngavie West Highland, Milngavie

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Site Name

32 33 34 35 36 37 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 117 119 120 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 184 188 201 202

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Accessibility & Quality of Open Space Milngavie

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Glenorchard Wood Main St O.S. Torrance Marsh Torrance Recreation Ground Firbank Open Space Balgrochan Park Demonstration Garden Kelvin View O.S. Kelvin Valley Way, Torrance

675000

51 52 53 111 112 113 114 183 204

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113

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53

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204

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111

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51

114

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52

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112

_ ^^ _ _ ^ _ ^

183

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260000

Quality of Open Space Poor Fitness For Purpose

Site Entrances

Fair

Access to publicly accessible open space within 400m

Good Very good Excellent Fitness For Purpose

261000

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East Dunbartonshire Open Space Figure 22

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Accessibility & Quality of Open Space Torrance

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104 125 409 132 292 196 278 352

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671000

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East Dunbartonshire Open Space Figure 23

Access to Playspaces - Bearsden

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No. of Households within 400m of a Playspace 533 275 135 237 329 296 257 125 219 534 283 35 177 421 200 218

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672000

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4 9 13 19 23 30 35 39 44 47 54 56 58 60 61 68

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671000

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East Dunbartonshire Open Space Figure 24

Access to Playspaces - Bishopbriggs

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148 119 317 297 381 334 291 337 254 441 180 309 119 565 74 388 220 114 156 649 242 323 55

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1 2 3 11 17 20 21 22 25 26 27 38 41 45 49 51 52 57 62 63 64 65 67

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262000

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East Dunbartonshire Open Space Figure 25

Access to Playspaces - Kirkintilloch & Twechar

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Site ID

680000

537 378 51 160 227 150 71 278 298 202

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7 8 12 29 31 33 34 48 55 59

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196 108 317 424 254 461 511

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East Dunbartonshire Open Space Figure 27

Access to Playspaces - Milngavie

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181 52 22 365

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5 16 24 42

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260000

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East Dunbartonshire Open Space Figure 28

Access to Playspaces - Torrance

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Site ID

Site Name

38 88 92 93 94 95

Templehill Wood Langfaulds Park Thorn Park Roman Park Cluny Park Westerton Park

Neighbourhood Parks Site ID

Site Name

Colquhoun Park King George V Park Heather Ave Open Space

254000

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No. of Households within 400m of a Local Park

339 1037 168 681 389 430

82

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No. of Households within 1200m of a Neighbourhood Park 3180 2023 2212

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673000

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253000

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673000

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252000

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38

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Site Entrances

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253000

Accessibility to Surveyed Sites

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East Dunbartonshire Open Space Figure 29

Access to Local & Neighbourhood Parks Bearsden This map is reproduced from Ordnance Survey material with the permission of Ordnance Survey on behalf of the Controller of Her Majesty’s Stationery Office © Crown copyright. Unauthorised reproduction infringes Crown copyright and may lead to prosecution or civil proceedings. 100020774 (2008).


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Local Parks Site ID

Site Name

63 65 67

Meadowburn Park Hilton Park Springfield Park

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Site Name

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97 98 99 100 101 103 105

Woodhill Park 3 Woodhill Park 2 Woodhill Park 1 Huntershill Pitches Bishopbriggs Park Leisuredrome Pitches Mavis Bank Park

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192

No. of Households within 400m of a Local Park

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354 677 887

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No. of Households within 1200m of a Neighbourhood Park 5120 5186 4234 3241 5091 1915 3431

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102

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108

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Site Entrances

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East Dunbartonshire Open Space Figure 30

Access to Local & Neighbourhood Parks Bishopbriggs This map is reproduced from Ordnance Survey material with the permission of Ordnance Survey on behalf of the Controller of Her Majesty’s Stationery Office © Crown copyright. Unauthorised reproduction infringes Crown copyright and may lead to prosecution or civil proceedings. 100020774 (2008).

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Site Name

63 64 66 67 68 108 109 110 115 116 192

Waterside Park Langmuir Park Meiklehill Park Rosebank Park Cleddans Park Lenzie Moss Pitches Park Burn OS Alexandra Road Park Afton View Open Space Broom Gardens The Greens Lenzie

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Neighbourhood Parks Site ID 56 57 59 60 61 62 65

Site Name

Gartshore Public Park Twechar Public Park Luggie Park Woodhead Park Merklands Sports Pitches Whitegates Park Peel Park

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No. of Households within 400m of a Local Park

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No. of Households within 1200m of a Neighbourhood Park 649 649 7119 4971 5116 2461 2892

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Access to Local & Neighbourhood Parks Kirkintilloch & Twechar This map is reproduced from Ordnance Survey material with the permission of Ordnance Survey on behalf of the Controller of Her Majesty’s Stationery Office © Crown copyright. Unauthorised reproduction infringes Crown copyright and may lead to prosecution or civil proceedings. 100020774 (2008).


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Scott Ave Park Station Road Playing Fields Ferguson Park

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No. of Households within 1200m of a Neighbourhood Park

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1556 1542 1322 1585

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Kincaid Park Cairnview Park Milton Public Park High Park

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69 70 71 73

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_ _^ _^ Access to Local & Neighbourhood Parks _^ ^ _^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _^ ^ _^ _^ _ Lennoxtown & Milton of Campsie

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Site ID

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81 83 84 120

Antonine Garden Dougalston Ave Open Space Keystone Quad. Open Space Douglas Muir Rd O.S.

Neighbourhood Parks

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Site ID

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Mains Park Barloch Moor Park Oak Burn Park Lennox Park Clober Dam Park

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No. of Households within 400m of a Local Park 377 129 319 396

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No. of Households within 1200m of a Neighbourhood Park 2829 3244 4249 3816 1920

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253000

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_ ^ _ ^ Accessibility to Surveyed Sites ^ _ ^ _ Access to Local Parks within 400m Access to Neighbourhood Parks within 1200m

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_ ^

255000

256000

257000

258000

East Dunbartonshire Open Space Figure 33

Access to Local & Neighbourhood Parks Milngavie

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261000

Local Parks Site ID

Site Name

112 113 114

Firbank Open Space Balgrochan Park Demonstration Garden

Neighbourhood Parks 111

263000

264000

±

No. of Households within 400m of a Local Park

105 291 316

Site Name

No. of Households within 1200m of a Neighbourhood Park

Torrance Recreation Ground

866

675000

675000

Site ID

262000

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113

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111

674000

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674000

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_ ^ _ 112 ^

1:10,000 Legend

East Dunbartonshire District Boundary

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Site Entrances

261000

Surveyed Sites

262000

Accessibility to Surveyed Sites

Local Park

Access to Local Parks within 400m

Neighbourhood Park

Access to Neighbourhood Parks within 1200m

263000

264000

East Dunbartonshire Open Space Figure 34

Accessibility & Quality of Open Space Torrance This map is reproduced from Ordnance Survey material with the permission of Ordnance Survey on behalf of the Controller of Her Majesty’s Stationery Office © Crown copyright. Unauthorised reproduction infringes Crown copyright and may lead to prosecution or civil proceedings. 100020774 (2008).


Site ID 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 86 87 93 121 152 155 156 158 159 160 162 163 185

252000

Site Name

No. of Households within 1200m

Templehill Wood Cairnhill Wood Whitehill Wood Whitehill Wood Pendicle Rd O.S. Manse Burn OS Pendicle Rd O.S. 2 St Germains Loch Colquhoun Park Kilmardinny Loch Roman Park Glasgow Uni. Woods Abercrombie Dr. O.S. Stockie Muir Road 1 Annan Dr. O.S. Bailie Drive O.S. Braemar Cres. O.S. Allander Sports Centre O.S. Moorfoot Way O.S. Allander Road O.S. Bailie Dr. (south) O.S.

1680 2396 2215 2008 2613 4012 2979 1514 3180 3404 3686 2177 2374 3085 1988 3955 2947 2272 1510 2582 3016

253000

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254000

^ _

256000

^ _ _ ^

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257000

^ _ _ _83^ ^

_ _82 ^ ^ ^ _ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _^ ^ _^ _

33

_ ^ _ _ ^ ^ 162

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_ ^

255000

201

±

32

_ ^

674000

251000

_ ^

_ ^

_ ^ _ ^ _155 _ ^ ^^ _ _ ^ _ ^ _ _ ^ _ ^ _^ ^ _ ^ _ ^

_ _^ _^ _ ^ ^_ _^ ^^ _152 _ ^ _ _^ ^ _ ^ ^ _ _ ^ ^^ _ _^ __ ^ _^ _^ _ ^ ^ _^ _ ^ _ ^ _ _ ^ ^ _ 43 _^ _^ ^ _ ^ _ _ _ ^ ^^ _ ^ __ ^

_ ^ ^ _ _ ^

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_158 ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ _^ ^ _^

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_ ^ 85

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_ ^ _ ^

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^ _ _^ ^ _^ _^ _ _ ^ _ ^

^185 _ _ _ ^ ^

_ ^ _ ^160^ _ _^ _ ^ _ ^

_ ^ _ _^ ^

87

673000

673000

674000

250000

_ ^ ^ _

_ ^

^ _ _ ^

_ ^

_ ^

672000

^ _ _ ^ _ ^

672000

93

_^ ^^ _ _ _ ^ _ ^^ _

^44 _ _ ^ _ ^

156

671000

42

_ ^

45

_ ^

_ ^

38

_ ^ _ ^ _ ^ ^ _ _^ ^ _ _ ^ ^^ _ _ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^

_ ^ 163

_^ ^ _^ _

_ _ ^ ^ 39

_ ^

_ ^ 670000

_ ^

_^ ^^ _ _ ^ _

159

_ ^

_ ^ ^ _^ _ _ ^ 121 ^ _ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^

670000

^ _ _ ^ _^ ^ _

^ __ _^ _^ ^

_ ^

_ ^

41

671000

86

40 ^ _ _ ^ _^ ^ _ _ ^

_ ^

_ ^

1:20,000 250000

Legend

East Dunbartonshire District Boundary

_ ^

Site Entrances

251000

252000

Surveyed Sites Natural/Semi - Natural Greenspace

253000

254000

Accessibility to Surveyed Sites Access to Natural/Semi - Natural Greenspace within 1200m

255000

256000

257000

East Dunbartonshire Open Space Figure 35

Access to Natural/Semi - Natural Greenspaces Bearsden This map is reproduced from Ordnance Survey material with the permission of Ordnance Survey on behalf of the Controller of Her Majesty’s Stationery Office © Crown copyright. Unauthorised reproduction infringes Crown copyright and may lead to prosecution or civil proceedings. 100020774 (2008).


_ ^

_ ^

673000

Site ID 50 99 100 101 103 167 195

259000

Site Name

No. of Households within 1200m

High Moss Woodhill Park 1 Huntershill Pitches Bishopbriggs Park Leisuredrome Pitches Letham Dr. O.S. Forth & Clyde Canal

3119 4234 3241 5091 1915 2967 2355

260000

261000

262000

263000

191

^ _ _ ^

_ ^

_ ^^ _

672000

195

_ ^

_ ^^ _ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^

49

102

_ ^ _ ^

54

_ ^

_ ^ _ ^

±

^ _

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265000

195

_ ^

_ ^

264000

673000

258000

672000

257000

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55

_ ^ 46

103

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670000

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101

670000

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671000

671000

50

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48

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669000

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669000

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99

1:20,000 257000

Legend

East Dunbartonshire District Boundary

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Site Entrances

258000

259000

Surveyed Sites Natural/Semi - Natural Greenspace

260000

261000

Accessibility to Surveyed Sites Access to Natural/Semi - Natural Greenspace within 1200m

262000

263000

264000

265000

East Dunbartonshire Open Space Figure 36

Access to Natural/Semi - Natural Greenspaces Bishopbriggs This map is reproduced from Ordnance Survey material with the permission of Ordnance Survey on behalf of the Controller of Her Majesty’s Stationery Office © Crown copyright. Unauthorised reproduction infringes Crown copyright and may lead to prosecution or civil proceedings. 100020774 (2008).

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_ ^


_ ^

Site Name

No. of Households within 1200m

1 Shirva Glen 3 Tintock Wood 4 McGavigans Grassland 5 McGavigans Scrub 6 Hillhead scrub and grassland 7 Westermains scrub and grass 9 Luggie water 1 10 Luggie water 2 24 Campsie Glen 25 Redhills Woodland 26 Southfield Woodland 27 Redhills View Woodland 28 Westerton Wood 29 Redhills View Grassland 30 Balgrochan Marsh 31 Ashcroft Ave. O.S. 54 Boghead Rd Wood 55 Lenzie Moss 56 Gartshore Public Park 57 Twechar Public Park 58 Merklands Nature Park 59 Luggie Park 60 Woodhead Park 61 Merklands Sports Pitches 62 Whitegates Park 64 Langmuir Park _ _^ ^ _ ^ Peel Park _65 ^ _ ^ 111 High Park ^ _ 73 ^ _ ^ _ 53 74 Whitefield Pond _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ 204 75 ^ _Station Road Playing Fields ^ _ _ Schoenstadt ^ _ 118 52 _ ^ ^ _ ^ 125 Glasgow Rd O.S. I _2 126 Glasgow Rd ^ O.S. _^ ^ _ _ ^ 127 Redbrae^ _Rd183O.S 128 Banks Rd O.S. 143 Main St O.S. 2 175 Watermill Ave O.S. 176 Cult Burn O.S. 177 Lyndseybeg Rd O.S. 181 Netherhouse Ave 182 Orchardfield 195 Forth & Clyde Canal

_ ^

649 1570 2464 2187 4042 1860 4038 3183 83 1399 1698 1193 1030 957 1251 1364 988 3094 649 649 5001 7119 4971 5116 2461 2503 2892 1585 1370 1762 95 3142 3141 5154 3954 1507 1878 1289 1729 1541 1860 2355

266000

268000

_ ^

_ ^ 22

_ ^

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_ ^

13

56

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61

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58

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_ _^ ^ _ _^ ^ _^ ^ 125 _ _ 126^ ^ _ _^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ ^ _ 65 _ ^

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_ ^ ^ _ 11

_ ^

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16

^ _ _ 200 _^ _^ ^

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270000

12

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195

269000

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14

9

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62

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191

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672000

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_ ^ _ ^

54

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49

102

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55

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^ _ _^ _^ _177 _^ ^ _^ ^ _ _ _^ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ 181 ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ 176^ ^ _

50

262000

Legend

East Dunbartonshire District Boundary

_ ^

_ ^

672000

^ _ _ ^

_ ^

267000

15

674000

Site ID

673000

674000

675000

676000

21

Site Entrances

676000

264000

675000

263000

_ ^

_ ^

673000

262000

^ _ _ ^ _ _^ _^ ^

^^ _ _ _^ _ ^ _ ^ _ _^ ^ _ _ ^ _^ _ ^ ^ _ ^ 265000 _ ^ _ ^

263000

264000

Surveyed Sites Natural/Semi - Natural Greenspace

265000

266000

Accessibility to Surveyed Sites Access to Natural/Semi - Natural Greenspace within 1200m

267000

268000

269000

270000

East Dunbartonshire Open Space Figure 37

Access to Natural/Semi - Natural Greenspaces Kirkintilloch & Twechar This map is reproduced from Ordnance Survey material with the permission of Ordnance Survey on behalf of the Controller of Her Majesty’s Stationery Office © Crown copyright. Unauthorised reproduction infringes Crown copyright and may lead to prosecution or civil proceedings. 100020774 (2008).


259000

Site Name

No. of Households within 1200m

Birdston Comm. Woodland South Woodland Birdston Wood Kincaid Wood Redmoss Wood Skimmers Hill Nappies Loan Valleyfield Wood Red Moss Grassland South Grassland Antermony Road Campsie Glen Redhills Woodland Southfield Woodland Redhills View Woodland Westerton Wood Redhills View Grassland Balgrochan Marsh Ashcroft Ave. O.S. Kincaid Park Scott Ave Park High Park Whitefield Pond Station Road Playing Fields Schoenstadt Cannerton Cres. O.S. Main St O.S. 2 Kelvin Valley Way

1632 25 1007 1327 1195 1064 1365 780 1314 1003 1293 83 1399 1698 1193 1030 957 1251 1364 1556 1210 1585 1370 1762 95 1411 1507 209

262000

263000

264000

265000

266000

267000

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680000

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118

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11 12 13 14 15 16 18 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 69 72 73 74 75 118 136 143 200

261000

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^ _ _ _^ ^ _^ 18 136 _ ^ _ ^ _ _^ ^ _ ^ _^ _^ ^ __ _^ ^

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Legend

East Dunbartonshire District Boundary

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Site Entrances

22

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12

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262000

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_ _^ ^^ __ ^ _ ^ _ ^ ^ _ _^ _ ^ _ ^ Access _ ^ _ ^

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_ _^ _^ ^ _ _^ _^ ^ ^ _ _ ^ _ _^ ^ __ ^ ^ _ _ ^ _^ ^ _^ ^ _

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_ ^

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No. of Households within 1200m

Dougalston Loch and woods Mains Plantation Craigton Wood Craigton Rd Woodland Craigdow Drumbeg Terr. Wood Allander Park Mains Park Barloch Moor Park Lennox Park Dougalston Ave Open Space Craigdhu Wedge Clober Dam Park Craiglea Cres. O.S. Craigton Road O.S. North Dumgoyne Ave. O.S. Crawford Road O.S. Mugdock Reservoirs Allander Way, Milngavie

2652 1223 2514 1375 2389 1623 3915 2829 3244 3816 1390 4587 1920 3705 3831 2903 2034 1397 4265

255000

256000

257000

258000

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677000

Site Name

254000

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32 33 34 35 36 37 77 78 79 82 83 85 117 144 147 148 150 188 201

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188

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Site ID

252000

32

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676000

677000

251000

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673000

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_^ _ _^ _ ^ _^ _^ _^ ^152 ^ _ _ _^ ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^

Site Entrances

252000

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253000

254000

^ _ _ ^ _ ^ Accessibility to Surveyed Sites _ ^ Access to Natural/Semi - Natural Greenspace within 1200m

255000

256000

257000

258000

East Dunbartonshire Open Space Figure 39

Access to Natural/Semi - Natural Greenspaces Milngavie This map is reproduced from Ordnance Survey material with the permission of Ordnance Survey on behalf of the Controller of Her Majesty’s Stationery Office © Crown copyright. Unauthorised reproduction infringes Crown copyright and may lead to prosecution or civil proceedings. 100020774 (2008).


259000

Site ID

No. of Households within 1200m

Glenorchard Wood Main St O.S. Torrance Marsh Torrance Recreation Ground Kelvin View O.S. Kelvin Valley Way, Torrance

110 947 951 866 871 952

262000

± 675000

Site Name

261000

675000

51 52 53 111 183 204

260000

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111

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52

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183

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1:10,000 259000

Legend

East Dunbartonshire District Boundary

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Site Entrances

260000

Surveyed Sites Natural/Semi - Natural Greenspace

261000

Accessibility to Surveyed Sites Access to Natural/Semi - Natural Greenspace within 1200m

262000

East Dunbartonshire Open Space Figure 40

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Access to Natural/Semi - Natural Greenspaces Torrance This map is reproduced from Ordnance Survey material with the permission of Ordnance Survey on behalf of the Controller of Her Majesty’s Stationery Office © Crown copyright. Unauthorised reproduction infringes Crown copyright and may lead to prosecution or civil proceedings. 100020774 (2008).


253000

253000

October 2008

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673000

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673000

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88

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673000

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88

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1037 Households within 400m of Langfaulds Park 253000

Legend

East Dunbartonshire District Boundary

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Site Entrances Access to publicly accessible open space within 400m

Quality of Open Space Poor Fitness For Purpose Fair Good Very good Excellent Fitness For Purpose

253000

Quality Assessment - Langfaulds Park, Bearsden Criteria

Mar-03 Oct-08

Function

16

21

Condition

15

18

Quality

14

17

Overall Score

45

56

*Scoring out of 75

East Dunbartonshire Open Space Figure 41

Quality Assessment Comparison of Langfaulds Park, Bearsden

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4.0 • Summary/ Recommendations 4.1 Summary of the process

4.2 Lessons Learned

The main aim of this study was to develop a method for reviewing and updating the Glasgow and Clyde Valley Green Network Map using East Dunbartonshire as a test area for the methodology.

This pilot study progressed with few major difficulties although a few minor issues were noted which should be addressed for future studies. These have been described below.

This section will outline the key steps that will be required to repeat this methodology for other local authorities in the GCV area.

Display of data - The main issue that local authority staff raised during the process was that it was difficult to review the data accurately using the symbology the data was originally delivered with. A revised layer file was created which displayed both the primary and secondary open space types for each feature. Feedback on the revised symbology was positive and it is recommended that this approach is taken for future data delivery.

Step 1. Inception meeting - Agree scope of study, work programme and delivery mechanisms. Step 2. Choose a pilot area - a small area representative of the wider study area should be chosen. This should include a variety of the different open space types to be found within the study area. The pilot area should be at least 3km x 3km and no greater than 5km x 5km in size. Step 3. Gather data - Collate all data sources required for the study and review these for completeness/ accuracy. Any gaps in the data resource should be noted at this stage. Step 4. Capture site entrances - Use API techniques to identify entrances in the first instance. Produce mapped outputs for review by local authority staff. Step 5. Create pedestrian network - collate route information from available sources. Produce mapped outputs for review by local authority staff. Step 6. Review and revise pilot area - any issues relating to the interpretation and recording of open space typologies should be raised at this stage. The classification process can be revised if required to ensure consistency for the whole study area. Step 7. Review and revise site entrances and pedestrian network Revise according to local authority input. Build the pedestrian network once complete. Step 8. Agree standards - local authorities use a range of different standards to assess access to open space. Agree the standards to be used for any analysis. Step 8. Analyse data - Agree the analysis to be carried out.

to be carried out. Licences can be purchased for different time periods and for this reason it is worth coordinating any additional work for multiple authorities to be carried out concurrently to reduce licencing costs. Resource commitment - This process is essentially a collaboration between the contractor and the local authority. It is therefore critical that local authorities understand the time commitment that will be require of them from the start to allow them to plan accordingly. In particular time input is required for quality assurance tasks throughout the life cycle of the project and project management meetings.

Attribution - Another issue that was raised relating to the initial pilot data was that it was difficult to know what open space type a feature was as only the code was recorded in the attribute table. This issue was resolved by adding an additional field which contained a text description of the open space type. Scope of study - Whilst this was not necessarily a major problem it is an issue that needs to be resolved early in the process. The original Green Network Map was based upon a 500m buffer from all settlements with a population greater than 3000 people. This used the General Register Office for Scotland Census area boundaries. As a result of discussion at the inception meeting it became clear that the EDC Greenspace strategy is based upon a 500m buffer the local plan settlement boundaries. It was agreed that the greenspace mapping should cover the same extent as in the strategy. This meant that some additional data capture was required to cover this extent. Boundaries - Open space boundaries are prone to change over time usually through development pressure. It is important that local authority staff have a good knowledge of their sites to help validate the process. Even in EDC where they were able to draw upon a wealth of knowledge about the sites there was still surprise about the number of sites where space had been lost or where sites had disappeared entirely. It is advisable for local authorities to consider who the most appropriate indiividuals are to inform this process. Standards - Another subject local authorities should give some thought to prior to the process is their open space standards. These will be fundamental to any analyses being carried out towards the end of the process. Licensing - It is important that any contractors working on the job have permission to use local authority data sources. In particular this will require the contractor to sign a licence agreement for use of Ordnance Survey products. It may also mean purchasing an additional licence for the use of certain aerial photography products. This was the case for EDC where an additional licence was required to enable the API work

Greenspace mapping review and consolidation - East Dunbartonshire


East Dunbartonshire - Greenspace Mapping Pilot Study