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We are seeking your views on the draft Street Naming Strategy and proposed street names for Queens Quay.

As part of the Design Codes for Queens Quay, we have prepared a draft Street Naming Strategy for the former John Brown Shipyard.  The aim is to ensure that the history and heritage of Clydebank and the surrounding area are referenced within the wider Queens Quay development, by basing the names around the heritage and ‘street stories’ of Queens Quay and Clydebank. 

This draft strategy takes an innovative approach to street naming which references the history of the former Shipyard and the stories about the communities, industry and geography that form Clydebank’s heritage.  We want residents and visitors to the area to feel engaged in Clydebank’s streetscape identity.

Draft Street Naming Strategy  (PDF 1003KB)

Unfortunately Council buildings are not currently open to the public due to the Covid 19 restrictions currently in place.  If you are unable to access the strategy on the Council website and require an alternative format please let us know at the email address below.   

The Council welcomes comments or suggestions from you on the draft Strategy and street names.  For instance, we are keen to know:

  • Do you agree with the approach set out in the Street Naming Strategy?
  • Do you think the proposed street names are suitable?
  • Do you have any other suggestions for street names?

Please submit your comments to:

  • ldp@west-dunbarton.gov.uk
  • In writing to Forward Planning, West Dunbartonshire Council, 16 Church Street, Dumbarton, G82 1QL no later than 23 October 2020.
Consultation closes :
Fri 23 October 2020 11:59 PM