T: 0141 287 3628
Eva Bolander has since her election in August 2015 been an active community champion; dealing with planning, regeneration and supporting grass root engagement. With a Scandinavian background, she is advocating a social democratic perspective in politics with emphasis on equality and social justice. She has also been representing the City as a Bailie during this term.
|First Monday of the month.||6:00 pm.||Drygate Concierge Office, 32a Drygate.|
|First Monday of the month.||7:00 pm.||Townhead Village Hall, St Mungo Avenue.|
|Second Monday of the month.||6:00 pm.||Dundasvale Residents' Hall, Dundasvale Court.|
|Second Monday of the month.||7:00 pm.||Garnethill Multicultural Centre, 21 Rose Street.|
|Third Monday of the month.||7:00 pm.||Gaelic School, 147 Berkeley Street.|
T: 0141 287 4311
Since being elected in May 2016, Angus has been an active councillor dealing with economy and regeneration issues and advocating for action on equalities. Locally, he has campaigned against the over-concentration of private student accommodation in the city centre and championed the views of local communities in controversial planning issues.
|First Wednesday of each month.||6.30pm.||Kelvingrove Bowls & Tennis Pavilion, Kelvin Way.|
|Second Monday of each month.||6.00pm.||Dundasvale Residents' Hall, 12 Dundasvale Court.|
|Second Thursday of each month.||6.30pm.||Library at GOMA, Royal Exchange Square.|
|Third Thursday of each month.||11.00am.||Anderston Kelvingrove Parish Church, 759 Argyle Street.|