The changes around the canal are creating a vibrant city centre
area, full of life and culture. Not a bland,
impersonal "anytown", but a series of thriving communities;
villages within the city, places where people live and work.
As the Forth and Clyde makes its way through the city we like to
think of it as Glasgow's Canal. You can see clearly on the map the branch from
the main canal which flows through Maryhill, Ruchill, Firhill,
Westercommon and Hamiltonhill to Port Dundas. Regeneration around
the canal has already brought marked change and our vision is that
this new "Canal Quarter" should flourish.