Students walking on campus


Places for Everyone

Led by the University of Strathclyde, Places for Everyone is a £2M collaboration between the University, Glasgow City Council, City of Glasgow College and Sustrans.  The aim and vision of the project is to form an active, safe and walkable Learning Quarter in the north-east of the city centre through the creation of an innovative urban realm, which improves the physical environment and allows the student population to move freely between the University of Strathclyde, City of Glasgow College and nearby Glasgow Caledonian University and the rest of the city centre.

What's happening now?

This exciting project will deliver a range of active travel solutions in and around the Learning Quarter in the centre of Glasgow. The project also includes local community footpaths, footways and streets. The project is currently at Phase 1 feasibility and concept design stage.

Related links

Heart of the Campus 

Stantec: Creating people-first infrastructure in a city centre campus

Places for Everyone: Study Area Evolution