Works implemented because of the Spaces For People online forum ward 5 Govan

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cameron wintersgill

Dear Glasgow City Council,

I would like to know what percentage of suggestions on the places for people community form (https://glasgowspacesforpeople.commonpla...) that have been implemented or acted upon in ward 5 (Govan Ward) either directly because of the suggestion on the public forum or indirectly.
could you please also include the reasons behind any lack of implementation for any suggestions in the Ward 5 area?

Yours faithfully,
Patrick Cameron Wintersgill
3/2 10 Orkney place
Glasgow
G51 2DA

Customer Care Centre, Glasgow City Council

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cameron wintersgill

Dear Customer Care Centre,
I'm still waiting on a response to the original question is it possible to have an acknowledgment that you have received and are working on producing the information?

Yours sincerely,

cameron wintersgill

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