Partick Community Council

Partick Community Council

Partick Community Council (PCC) is the oldest community group in Partick. It is a secular, non-political and constituted organisation.

PCC is a statutory body, recognised and funded by Glasgow City Council. As a statutory body, PCC’s councillors represent the community in Partick – residents, organisations and businesses – and in addition respond to planning, licensing and HMO appllications. PCC councillors also represent Partick at Area Partnership meetings with Glasgow City Council and other organisations.

PCC has up to 12 elected members who represent approximately 6000 people in Partick. The boundaries for Partick Community Council run from Byres Road to Crow Road, and from the River Clyde to Highburgh Road.

Click HERE to view Partick Community Council’s Boundaries.

Current elected Community Councillors:

  • David Belcher (Chair)
  • Frances Manley (Vice Chair)
  • John Gilbertson (Treasurer)
  • Maggie Paterson (Secretary)
  • Will Labate
  • Marie-Claire McGuinness
  • Stuart McKinlay
  • Scott Nicholson
  • Alison Sherry
  • Iain MacKenzie (Associate Councillor)

Partick Community Council can be contacted as follows:

Email – 

Meetings are held on the 2nd Thursday every month, at 7pm in Partick Burgh Hall. All PCC meetings are open to the public. Everyone is welcome to come along and raise issues.
  • Members:

    Up to 12 elected members

  • Represent:

    The Partick community - residents, organisations and businesses

  • Boundaries:

    Byres Road to Crow Road, and the River Clyde to Highburgh Road

  • Meetings:

    2nd Thursday of every month

  • Funded by:

    Glasgow City Council