REGENERATION

Providing a connection between the north and the south side of the river that doesn't revolve around motor dominated roads helps bring the journey along the Clyde back down to a human scale.

SOCIAL

Play areas, resting spots and grassland ingrained on either side of the walkways of the weir ensure a constant feeling of activity and community on the structure. Crossing over various people that would not normally interact.

ECOLOGY

Providing wilded resting points into the city help engrain the natural envroment into everyday workings. The proximity to the river travel hub and offices on the north bank means the nature is always present when engaging with the services.

REGENERATION

Broomielaw's proximity to the central station allows for a natural choice to have a river-based travel hub. This would help to commute around the city for those that may not necessarily live locally to the city centre. Giving options other than road-based transport.

SOCIAL

Play areas, resting spots and grassland ingrained on either side of the walkways of the weir ensure a constant feeling of activity and community on the structure. Crossing over various people that would not normally interact.

ECOLOGY

Taking advantage of the overhanging of the weir outcroppings provides a unique opportunity to have urban nature pools. This frame the ecology of the river on a human scale. Letting the users delve into what is happening in their local ecosystem.