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teenagers, traffic congestion to be controlled and the provision of parks and green space to match population growth.
The community council survey team was made up of John Batchler, Linda Wallace, Michelle Farmer and Iain McKenzie.
Community council chair John Taylor said: “The results of the survey are a call for action to improve the town centre, address public concerns about crime, provide better facilities for sports and leisure, especially for young people, and protect and enhance our green space.
“Economic times are hard but there is much that we can do. Other towns have shown that they can improve and we are inviting people to get involved in helping change Cambuslang for the better.”
John Batchler added: “The results of the survey require an ambitious agenda of improvements.
“Some of the issues can be dealt with relatively easily over the short term with sufficient community commitment and support from relevant partners such as South Lanarkshire Council.
“Others are long- term aspirations, especially at a time of cuts in public spending, but are nevertheless important parts of any vision for improving Cambuslang.”
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A town institution Cambuslang Institute was praised as a community venue