Tuesday, 27 August 2013
Yesterday, along with representatives of the Friends of Balgay, two of my ward colleagues and a City Council Environment Department officer, I attended the latest Balgay Stakeholders' Group meeting that took place in the pavilion at Lochee Park.
This group discusses projects and issues at Balgay Park, the Hill, Cemetery and Victoria Park and we had a very productive discussion on a number of issues including repairing the wall damage at the Jewish Section of Balgay Cemetery, proposals to replace the goalposts in Lochee Park and repairing damage to the hedging at the Victoria Park Bowling Green.
There was excellent news that environmental improvements, much needed at the park’s Scott Street entrance, are being scoped in the coming weeks. This issue – of fence damage and fly-tipping - was raised at a walkabout I participated in back in April, so I am pleased at progress towards a solution. As you can see from the photograph (right) action to improve the fencing is needed.