Gartcosh Tenants and Residents Association Hosts VIP visit

GTRA Foreign Affairs Reporter interviews Santa.  Well, who would have believed it? Santa is making a special visit to Gartcosh. I caught up with him and Mrs Claus when he was taking a short break before the Christmas madness, I mean magic ( sorry Santa ), and so you should […]

A Villager’s Perspective

Johnston Loch is part of the Garnkirk Chain, a group of local kettle lochs formed at the end of the last Ice Age. The glaciers which had covered most of Scotland retreated, creating the landscape around us which we all enjoy today. Johnston Loch forms part of our heritage, supporting […]

Fairer Scotland Duty assessment

Gartcosh Tenants and Residents Association was invited to attend The Fairer Scotland Duty assessment at NHS Lanarkshire Board headquarters on Thursday.

Hospital update

On Wednesday evening GTRA met with the NHS, at their request, after the consultation presentation held in Gartcosh a few weeks ago.

Autumn 2018 Newsletter

The Association was set up in January 2018 to oppose the endless new housing developments in the area, particularly the planned large development at Heathfield Farm. During this time much time was spent on the basic administration of setting up the Association, such as drawing up our Constitution, setting up […]

Community Engagement with Planning

North Lanarkshire Council is having a meeting regarding planning. Hopefully, there can be some actual discussion around planning, as any attempt to discuss it was shut down at recent Local Area Partnership meetings.

Come and see us

We will be available for a chat again this weekend, 16/17 June 1pm-3pm at 122 Lochend Road, Gartcosh.

New Monklands Hospital

NHS Lanarkshire has announced a set of proposals to replace the existing Monklands Hospital in Airdrie. Gartcosh has emerged at this stage as the “highest scoring” option. Glenmavis is also being considered as a new location.