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1 Presentation to Community Council’s Discussion Forum Saturday 4 th February 2012

2 Introduction Susan Deighan – Deputy Chief Executive / Director of Corporate Services and Community Planning Niki Smith – Glasgow Life Area Manager North East Alex Byers – Glasgow Life Area Manager North West Andrew Olney – Glasgow Life Area Manager South

3 Decision Making Structures Legal entity Culture and Sport Glasgow –Company limited by guarantee with Charitable Status –Wholly owned subsidiary of Glasgow City Council –Contract to deliver services for Glasgow City Council –Public Body – FOI and Procurement Board of Directors / Charity Trustees –Charity Trustees are expected to put the interests of the Charity before their own interests or those of any other person or organisation –Ensure that delivery against contractual obligations with Glasgow City Council in respect of the delivery of indentified services Culture and Sport Glasgow (Trading) Community Interest Company –Wholly owned subsidiary of Culture and Sport Glasgow –Designed for Social Enterprises that want to use profits and assets for public good –Assets are locked into company to ensure they are used for community benefits –Profits are “gift aided” to Charity

4 2 Year Programme 2011/12 & 2012/13 £6.8m reduction Service Reform Programme –Reduction in Staffing Costs £4.7m –Increased Income Sport £1.9m –Other Income (Retail) £0.2m Staffing Changes –Creating an integrated workforce –Review of Administrative Support and Back Office

5 Glasgow Life’s Operational Structures from a local perspective Organised across 3 geographical areas: - North West North East South Clustered into Operational Hubs across the City e.g. Pollokshields & Southside Central: -

6 Hub Model–South Strategic Planning Area POLLOKSHIELDS AND SOUTHSIDE CENTRAL CPP NON-DENOMINATIONAL LEARNING COMMUNITY Voluntary Managed Venues Shawlands GLASGOW LIFE FACILITIES Glasgow Sport St Frances Centre GorbalsLeisure Centre Holyrood Sports Complex Area Teams OatlandsResource Centre LarkfieldNeighbourhood Centre Glasgow Libraries GorbalsLibrary ASSOCIATED OTHER SECONDARY Holyrood Govanhill Neighbourhood Centre LangsideHall GovanhillLibrary ToryglenRegional Football Centre LangsideLibrary Geoff Shaw Community Centre

7 Scope of Services provided by Glasgow Life Sport Libraries Museums Events Arts and Music Community Facilities Glasgow Kidz Card and Young Scot Services for Young People Learning

8 Sport Glasgow Club across 34 sports facilities and 42 outdoor recreation and pitch sites Sport Development across 15 target sports: - AthleticsBadmintonBasketball CyclingFootballGolf GymnasticsHockeyJudo NetballRugby UnionSwimming Table TennisTennisVolleyball Sports programmes and activities including Silver Deal, ACES, Vitality, Learn to Swim programmes School of Sport

9 Libraries Mitchell Library including Archives 9 Central Libraries (3 per area) 23 Community Libraries 29 School Libraries McMillan Cancer Information and Support Services

10 Museums 9 Museum Facilities including Glasgow Museums Resource Centre, Kelvingrove, The Burrell, Riverside Management of the Collection on behalf of the City

11 City Events Programme Fireworks Display Great Scottish Run and Women’s 10k World Pipe Band Championships Glasgow Loves Christmas Aye Write Merchant City Festival World Cup Gymnastics International Athletics

12 Arts and Music Tramway Glasgow Royal Concert Hall City Halls and Old Fruitmarket Arts Development Programmes across City including Inspiration Festival Celtic Connections GI International Festival of Visual Arts

13 Young Glasgow Glasgow Kidz Card and Young Scot Card Recorded data % of Population at 31 Dec 2011 Number of Cardholders GYS37,50485% Number of Cardholders Kidz37,69196% The Grid The Wee Grid

14 Community Facilities 29 Community Centres including Public Halls Community Facilities Investment Fund Social Enterprise Fund

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