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  • Saracen St Survey
    We will shortly be undertaking a survey to find out from businesses what their priorities are for Saracen Street over the next year or two. We would love all businesses on Saracen St to participate by completing the survey which will be uploaded here soon. Thank you.
  • Street banners are up!
    Street banners adorn the sky above Saracen Street! Designed as part of an overall campaign to lift the look and feel of Saracen Street, the banners celebrate the area’s rich heritage and encourage us all to ‘love local’. Saracen Street was given its name by Walter McFarlane of Saracen Foundry fame, and its range of wonderful… Continue reading Street banners are up!
  • New Planters!
    Specially made large scale planters were installed on Saracen Street at the end of July. We are so pleased to hear that you are all enjoying them, it’s great to have something we can enjoy together! ng homes, which is the north of the city’s largest social housing provider was successful raising funds from the… Continue reading New Planters!
  • We’re sorting out our rubbish…
    The BID is rolling out a waste management scheme with Commercial Waste Supplier, NWH, to deal with the problem of commercial rubbish and fly-tipping on Saracen Street. Traders are working with other partners including Glasgow City Council, ng homes and Police Scotland and we are seeing big improvements to the way Saracen Street looks and… Continue reading We’re sorting out our rubbish…
  • Shop Local
    A national Scotland Loves Local campaign was rolled out by Scottish Government over 2020/21 to celebrate the role of local shopping areas and support small businesses. The pandemic highlighted the important role of local communities with local high streets becoming the primary destination for family essentials and daily exercise. Financial support was awarded from the… Continue reading Shop Local