Following the launch of the Glasgow City Food Plan this June, Women in Property is proposing a discussion for Glasgow Doors Open Day Festival (GDOF) on how this new 10 year plan has the potential to impact our built environment and help Glasgow become a greener and fairer city.
“Imagine a truly sustainable food city. A city where everyone can celebrate fresh, seasonal, local, organic and fair trade food that is delicious, healthy and affordable to all. A city that cares about its residents and the planet. This is what Glasgow Food Policy Partnership is working towards. With your help this could be Glasgow; together we can build a greener, healthier community for all of us.
The Glasgow City Food Plan has been developed by a team comprising Glasgow Food Policy Partnership, Glasgow Centre for Population Health, Glasgow City Council, Glasgow Health and Social Care Partnership, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde and Glasgow Community Food Network.
In June 2021 Glasgow was awarded Sustainable Food Places Bronze Award recognising the success of taking a joined up, holistic approach to food and achieving significant positive change on a range of key food issues. Glasgow Food Policy Partnership hopes to build on this work and engage with even more organisations and businesses to help us make Glasgow’s food system better for everyone.”