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Last edited 10 Aug 2021
Strategic economic investment locations
Glasgow City Development Plan, published by Glasgow City Council in 2016, defines strategic economic investment locations (SEIL) as: ‘Locations identified as possessing an ability to offer low carbon economic growth and to support the Scottish Government’s key sectors and Scottish Enterprise locational priorities. As strategic priorities, they best reflect the need for sustainable locations to address long-term drivers of change.’
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